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Video Vulture: The Scariest Prisoner (and the Scariest Scary Prisoner Movies)new

A good way to introduce a villain is to show the elaborate safety precautions needed to keep him safely behind bars. A regular old jail cell just isn't secure enough for these maniacs.
Fast Forward Weekly  |  John Tebbutt  |  09-17-2009  |  Movies

Dance Fevernew

Stephen Chow's love of cinema floods the scenes of Kung Fu Hustle like so many kicks and chops, moving almost chronologically through a history of not only martial-arts movies but movies in general.
Gambit  |  David Lee Simmons  |  04-27-2005  |  Reviews

Pulse Quickening Funnew

Stephen Chow's chopsocky offering is a manic, hyper-entertaining blend of classic kung fu tropes, special effects, and outrageous comedy.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marc Savlov  |  04-22-2005  |  Reviews

Harp-Fu Mania!new

The special effects, humor and non-likeable protagonist make Kung Fu Hustle worthy of the admission price.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  04-21-2005  |  Reviews

Kung Fu Hustle Kicks Genre Into Whole New Realmnew

Kung Fu Hustle isn't just a goofy, gravity-defying combo of two-fisted action flick and anything-for-a-laugh parody. It feels like the latest volley in a globe-spanning table tennis match between American and Hong Kong filmmakers.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  04-21-2005  |  Reviews

Glee Club

Stephen Chow's love of movies spills out of the delightful Kung Fu Hustle.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  04-06-2005  |  Reviews

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