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Kung Pow! Enter the Fist (Widescreen) [Import]

3.9 out of 5 stars 200 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Steve Oedekerk, Fei Lung, Leo Lee, Ling-Ling Hsieh, Lin Yan
  • Directors: Steve Oedekerk
  • Writers: Steve Oedekerk
  • Producers: Steve Oedekerk, Paul Marshal, Bruce Devan, Tom Koranda
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: July 23 2002
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 200 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005JKXE
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Writer/director Steve Oedekerk (The Nutty Professor and Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls) creates an off-the-wall comedy and a new martial arts genre that substantially alters dubbed action footage from a 1970's martial arts picture with a brand new twist in the story line and altered dialogue. The story follows The Chosen One (Oedekerk) as he seeks to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of the evil and seemingly indestructible kung fu legend, Master Pain.

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Was extremely disappointed with this DVD. When I went to watch it, it said on the screen that it wasn't compatible to play on any DVD player I had in the house. So, unfortunately I wasted $10+ for nothing. I believe it is not compatible unless you live in China/Asia. :( such a huge disappointment! I have seen this movie before years ago, and was so looking forward to watching it again.
I think they should specify in their product description that this DVD is not compatible with Canadian and US style DVD players.
Don't buy it unless you own that kind of DVD player.
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Have you ever seen the commercials? It is like the spot light of all the bad things in this movie. But maybe it was a good idea, because if you come in with high expectations, it would be a major disappointment.
Kung Pow was perhaps the funniest movie right up there with Monty Python and the Holy Grail, it is complete nonsense! You think that all the dubbing is horrible?? It's supposed to be that way! All the idiots that hate the movie make stupid comments, they don't get the big joke. It's supposed to be totally idiotic. Therein lies the comedy, the complete insanity of it.
But I will say this, the baby scene and the cow fight where just embarrasing to watch. They are perhaps the worst parts of the movie. But otherwise all of the original stuff and the new stuff that Steve made is pure comedic genius! Many scenes HAD to be toned down in order to match the grainy texture of the original Tiger & Crane Fist movie.
The DVD extras are amazing! There is a "What where they really saying" audio option in which you get to see what the actors where really saying before they got dubbed over (includes audio from Tiger & Crane Fist and the funny stuff the new cast said). There's even a "Lost Book on Tape" audio option, in which a English man says all the lines with hilarious results! There is so many DVD extras, it's a very good deal for only $14 (though I got mine for $10 at a Wal-Mart, MUCH better deal). The deleted scenes are awesome.
This is perhaps the best spoof of kung-fu flicks just because of the pure insanity!
The best part is, that many people didn't get the joke, and make fools of themselves when they comment on this movie and whine about the parts that were SUPPOSED to be bad and stupid.
Please, rent this movie, and just shut your mind off.
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By A Customer on Sept. 30 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Kung Pow
Title: Kung Pow
Rating: PG
Due date-2002
Do you like movies?
Well my review is on a movie that I watch. Its name is Kung Pow and I didn't thank that the movie was very good. But as you read my review you can see just how bad this movie is.
First we will talk about the graphics. The graphics in this movie were very bad. Because when someone hits another person they fall down like a minute later. And that's what I call bad graphics.
The next thing we will be talking about is the martial arts. Like when they run and jump they fly a crossed the room and then hit the person. You know the people can't stay in the air that long.
The fighting scene was ok. But you know and I know that you can't nock 8 people off you at the same time. Like in the movie a bunch of guys grab him and he waits for a minute and jumps up and knocks everyone off.
The characters in the movie played the part very good. They fit the part perfect.
They looked like they have been acting for a long time.
For all you people that like movies that don't make a lot sense. I would tell you about this movie. Because it really doesn't make sense.
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Take a really bad 70s kung-fu film, add some new footage, dub some really corny dialogue, and what do you get?
This movie.
Director and lead actor Steve Oedekerk brings us this slapstick comedy that is meant to be nothing more than side-splitting fun. From the beginning to the end you will be doubled over in pain from lauging so hard.
Steve Oedekerk plays the Chosen One (yes, that's his name). As a child he saw his parents murdered at the hands of Master Pain (if the character's names are making you groan, just wait until you watch it). Now that the Chosen One is an adult, he sets out to seek revenge for his parents.
The above is all the plot line you really need to know. Everything else that happens during the movie is only meant to make you laugh (or, as in a few scenes, grate on your nerves). One of the funniest scenes is an added one that pokes fun at the movie "The Matrix" in which the Chosen One comes up against a kung-fu, milk-squirting cow.
This movie is clearly not made for everyone. It is intended for people who like sight gags and slapstick comedy (not to mention anyone who can't stand those awlful 70s kung-fu movies). If you fall into this group, you will enjoy this movie for the only thing it was intended to be: funny.
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The murderous Master Pain (aka: Betty) executes an entire family. The only witness is a baby - the only son. Steve Oedekerk portrays the man known as "The Chosen One", a man who has trained all of his life toward one goal - to avenge the death of his family at the hands of Master Pain. What follows is a hysterical journey into kung fu parody!
Digital technology is used to place Steve Oedekerk within a classic Kung fu flick from the 1970's. Nothing is sacred in this film! From the horrible voice dubs of the classic karate flicks to the impossible fight scenes! This film parodies all movies that contain karate fights, from the classics of the '70s to the newer films like Mortal Kombat and The Matrix.
Fans of karate flicks will love this film! It's so silly at some points that you can't help but laugh! I laughed so hard my stomach still hurts! You definitely have to check this movie out!
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