Written on: 10/01/2009 by eddie07 (12 reviews written)
Kung Fu Hustle is a film I wouldnt reccomend because it is just a load of people fighting. But if you are into kung fu and strange stuff, then yes, this is for you. (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2007 by darkangel917601 (12 reviews written)
The movie was poor it was trying too hard focus how to make the traditional old form martial movies and how to entertain the local modern audiences of today. And quite frankly FAILED. To look at the fact that all the way the movie fight scenes were too comical and should of been made for kids who would humored them for not knowing non the wiser of actually what is going on in the movie. Like watch the Jet Li movie Twin Warriors the most amazing film with the oh so funny context in places not... (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2007 by madison01 (2 reviews written)
I've never been a huge fan of Martial Arts movies and only caught this one on a bored Wednesday evening, and glad I am that I did.
Visually stunning, Kung Fu Hustle blends the wire acrobatics and fight scenes of the 'Crouching Tiger..', 'Hero'genre with the CGI of the Hollywood's 'Matrix' style movies (take a listen to the background music to the bigger fight scenes and look about for the black clad gangsters flying through air) The story may be predictable but when the focus is on huge... (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2005 by bOB Sachs (1 review written)
It's over an hour of your life that you will NEVER get back. Kung Fu Hustle is a subtitled martial arts comedy with a very predictable story. There are NO surprizes in this movie. It ends exactly how you think it will within the first 10 minutes of the film. (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2005 by The Hooded Claw (36 reviews written)
Kung Fu Hustle has an art-house feel because of the subtitles (original language chineseish). Set in pre-revolutionary China it has one of the the standard Kung Fu plot types - small guys forced to battle big guys.
It carries this off very well - the scenes and shooting enhance the quality art-house feel. The comedy is very good - some excellent slapstick scenes, though the second half of the films concentrates on increasingly cosmic Kung-Fu as every opne and their dog is revealed to be... (read more)
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