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Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

"Kung Pow: Enter the Fist" parodies martial arts films. The "Chosen One" chases the evil Master Pain, with absurd fights and bizarre humour.

Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

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United States
81 minutes
2.35 : 1

About 'Kung Pow: Enter the Fist'

“Kung Pow: Enter the Fist” is a comedic parody of mar­tial arts films released in 2002. The plot revolves around the hero “Chosen One” who seeks revenge for the death of his par­ents, who were murdered by a sin­ister war­rior named Master Pain. The film com­bines new material with adapt­a­tions of scenes from the 1976 kung fu film “Tiger and Crane Fists”.

The plot fol­lows the absurd adven­tures of the “Chosen One” as he fights Master Pain on an epic journey and meets a variety of eccentric char­ac­ters along the way. One of the most out­standing ideas is the integ­ra­tion of the prot­ag­onist into the ori­ginal scenes of the old film through com­puter tech­no­logy. Thus, the “Chosen One” inter­acts with char­ac­ters from the ori­ginal recording, which leads to absurd and humorous moments.

The film is char­ac­ter­ised by its whim­sical humour and sur­real scenes. One example is the kung-fu fight against a cow in which the “Chosen One” is attacked by the anim­al’s horns. Another crazy scene is the con­front­a­tion with a master who has a “tongue of fury” with which he attacks his oppon­ents. Such quirky con­cepts and exag­ger­ated fight scenes are typ­ical of the film and give it its unique char­acter.

“Kung Pow: Enter the Fist” is a daring mix of absurd comedy, parody and slap­stick fight scenes. The plot, which delib­er­ately alludes to ste­reo­types and clichés from mar­tial arts films, is lightened up by whim­sical ideas and exag­ger­ated per­form­ances. The film is a homage to the genre and at the same time a humorous exag­ger­a­tion of its char­ac­ter­istic ele­ments, which makes it an uncon­ven­tional and enter­taining film exper­i­ence.

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Killing is wrong. And bad. There should be a new, stronger word for killing. Like badwrong, or badong. Yes, killing is badong. From this moment, I will stand for the opposite of killing: gnodab.

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