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Kung Pow: Enter The Fist 2002

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Kung Pow: Enter the Fist is a movie within a movie, created to spoof the martial arts genre.

Starring:
Steve Oedekerk, Fei Lung
Runtime:
1 hour, 21 minutes

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Genres Action, Comedy
Director Steve Oedekerk
Starring Steve Oedekerk, Fei Lung
Supporting actors Leo Lee, Ling-Ling Hsieh, Lin Yan, Chia Yung Liu, Hui Lou Chen, Chi Ma, Jennifer Tung, Ming Lo, Peggy Lu, Tad Horino, Tori Tran, Simon Rhee, Joon Kim, Philip Tan, Nasty Nes, Chad Stahelski, Michael Li, Jen Sung
Studio 20th Century Fox
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By T. Hooper on March 26, 2004
Format: DVD
Kung Pow is one of the most hilarious movies I have ever seen. I've seen it more than 15 times, and I still laugh out loud every time I see it. This movie uses footage from an old 1970's Kung Fu movie and splices it together with some new footage made specially for this movie. This mishmash is then dubbed with cheesy sounding voices. It's a completely nonsensical and silly movie. You won't be able to resist laughing. Perhaps the most famous scene in this movie is when the hero happens to find a cow and this cow jumps up and challenges him to a fight. There is even milk shooting out like the bullets in The Matrix. If you have a craving for a goofy movie, this is my top recommendation. If you don't like goofy movies, then avoid it.
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It's insane, and I'm not talking about the movie... yet. I've seen reviews where the person is straining their vocabulary to make their negative review of this movie sound credible and intelligent. Truthfully, reviews have to be intelligent if they are going to be negative, (the critic's reputation depends on it) but this movie doesn't deserve such spellchecking. It is stupid and wonderful and that's all that matters. Why? That's a question you almost don't need to ask. Either you like this movie or you don't, (but even if you don't you may eventually change your mind).

For the record, writer director Steve Oedekerk has taken an obscure Hong Kong movie from the 70s, digitally transferred it, and incorporated new footage of his own and redubbed the voices for some well needed comedic insanity. The result is something you don't need the IQ of say... a movie critic (*ahem*) to appreciate. Sometimes in life, things don't make sense nor do they need to. I imagine that movie critics would pee themselves if it were the case that every movie have a perfect plot and the same kind of "intellectual" comedy... but what's life without variety? The very fact that this movie, (that some even have the nerve to call the worst ever) has found a nice "cult" fanbase and is rated so highly in fan reviews is proof that movie critics sometimes collectively drop the ball on certain reviews to make themselves appear quite respectable... they should be thanking their lucky stars that they have a job at all.

The plot itself is very typical, (as far as the kung-fu master seeking revenge bit goes) although it isn't necessary to enjoy the movie.
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Sometimes a movie's best charm is in perfectly hitting upon a certain relaxed pace that lets a viewer just flow with its light screwball comedy. This movie did that for me. Sometimes specific episodes seemed like they'd be tedious or boring in some movies, but this movie set its mood so precisely that they were welcome here. A movie like CROUCHING TIGER HIDDEN DRAGON, with its dead-serious tone demanding a creedence that was certainly stretched by scenes seeming to defy gravity and other things, invites having minor fun poked at it by a spoof like this. As such this movie is timely, and that perhaps increases its charm. Should someone call this film stupid, that would be hard to refute, but if stupid, it's delightfully stupid. Maybe its success is due to being perfectly attuned in what it demands from its audience. I've seen movies that were stupid but begged to be taken seriously, and watching them can range from embarrasing to insufferable. But KUNG POW: ENTER THE FIST begs only to be taken for precisely the farcical diversion that it is.
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Format: DVD
One of the funniest parodies I've ever seen. The dubbing is hilarious. "If you've got an [butt], I will kick it!" "Gentlemen, from now on I demand that you refer to me as Betty." "I apologize for him. We trained him wrong on purpose, as a joke." The guy with the squeaky shoes and the big nipples is my favorite. I'd say anybody who generally loves Ben Stiller and Tom Green movies will enjoy this, since they're my two favorite comedians. There's also a lot of Mystery Science Theater 3000 influence in KP. I'll definitely be getting KP on DVD, along with everything Ben Stiller is in. Feel free to visit my wishlist and buy me anything on it!
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Kung-Pow has got to be the stupidest movie I've ever seen.
That doesn't mean it isn't funny, though. I spent most of the 80-something minutes laughing, so how bad could it have been..?
Writer/Director Steve Oedekerk stars as "The Chosen One" (raised in a ditch by "Various Rodents..), chosen for WHAT we never learn. We Do know that the mark of The Chosen One is a bizarre face that sits on the tip of his tongue, and the the evil Master Pain, A.K.A. "Betty", wants him dead. That's pretty much it, plot-wise. The really amazing part of the movie is this: It's an old Hong-Kong action movie, with Oedekerk digitally inserted; kind of a Zelig/What's Up Tiger Lilly?/Forrest Gump mish-mash. (Stick around for the credits and you'll see scenes from the original, and see how they put Oedekerk into the action.)
The BIG problem with Kung-Pow IS Oedekerk. He looks like your next-door neighbor; not someone who should be on the big-screen. I just didn't think HE was that funny. (He DID provide EVERY VOICE-OVER for the Movie, so I guess he's funny as long as I can't see him...) The real laughs come from the other characters.
There are a lot of laughs to be had in Kung-Pow. As long as you're expecting a low-brow, lightweight film, you won't be disappointed.
And stay until after the credits; there's still one more joke....
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