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    Reader comments on Kung-Fu Hustle

    Subject: Uh huh
    Date: Jul 10, 2006
    Sender: FLUVIRUSPrevious | Next

    Was it packed with action? Yes. Was it exciting? Yes. Was it packed with slapstick humour? Yes. Did it glamourise ganghood? Yes. Did it teach us the power of humility? Yes. Was it outrageous? Yes. But there was also relevance, in that the instruction manuals (and kung-fu moves, exaggerated or not) draw on pre-existing and famous moves in the pugilistic world. So it's a make-believe movie made to make you believe in the stupendous powers of Chinese martial arts. Beware, you could find yourself wishing that it was all true! Enjoyable. 7/10

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    Comment index:

  • !   from qnl, Apr 19, 2005
  • one of the most funny movie   from cheril, Aug 8, 2005
  • kung fu hustle is awsome   from sarah, May 20, 2006
  • » Uh huh «   from FLUVIRUS, Jul 10, 2006
  • thanks to stephen chow   from ban mido, Dec 3, 2006
  • !   from qnl, Apr 19, 2005
  • one of the most funny movie   from cheril, Aug 8, 2005
  • kung fu hustle is awsome   from sarah, May 20, 2006
  • » Uh huh «   from FLUVIRUS, Jul 10, 2006
  • thanks to stephen chow   from ban mido, Dec 3, 2006