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Kung Fu Hustle 2004
2004 ‧ Drama/Fantasy ‧ 1h 39m
7.8/10 IMDB  90% Rotten Tomatoes
Initial release: 20 December 2004
Director: Stephen Chow
Produced by: Stephen Chow,Chui Po-chu, Jeffrey Lau
Starring: Stephen Chow, Danny Chan, Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Eva Huang
Language: Hindi, English

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Story: Kung Fu Hustle 2004, In Shanghai during the 1930s. Sing and his sidekick Bone aspire to join the notorious Axe Gang. Where rules the town under the leadership of cold-blooded Brother Sum. One day, the two visit the Pigsty Alley in the slums of the town. They try to blackmail the residents there but the Landlady chases them off. Sing, in an attempt to bluff them, throws a firecracker, which blows up the hat of a minor Axe Gang boss passing by. Kung Fu Hustle 2004

Sing blames the Pigsty Alley residents for throwing the firecracker. The remaining gangs fire the signal to summon more gangs there. Three of the tenants – Coolie, Tailor, and Donut – reveal themselves to be Kung Fu masters and triumph over all of the gangs. Fearing the Axe Gang’s retribution, the Landlady quickly evicts the trio. Kung Fu Hustle 2004

Infuriated by the bitter loss of his gangs, Sum captures Sing and Bone, whose impersonation caused all the troubles. He wants to kill them by throwing axes at them. Sing narrowly frees themselves with his lock-picking skill, surprising Sum. Sum allows them to join the gang if they kill a person, and they leave. Lamenting his failure on the street, Sing tells Bone his story when he was a young boy.

He used his slender savings to buy a manual from a beggar. Beggar called him “a potential Kung Fu genius”, and taught himself the legendary Buddhist Palm moves. He tried to protect a mute girl named Fong from bullies but he got beaten as the Buddhist Palm moves didn’t work. He is determined to be a relentless criminal to survive in the wicked world. The two then snatch the ice cream from a female vendor and flee on a tram, laughing maniacally as she runs after them.

The next day, Sing and Bone return to the Pigsty Alley to kill the Landlady. Their plan backfires, however, and Sing barely escapes from the Landlady’s wrath. Sing is surprised as his body rapidly heals from the injuries.

Later, Sum hires The Harpists – two mysterious assassins whose weapon is a Guzheng – to kill the three Pigsty Alley tenants. The Landlady and her husband – the Landlord – reveal that they too are Kung Fu masters, having led the recluse lives with an oath of non-violence after their son’s death. Although the two overcome the assassins and break their Guzheng, they are too late to save Tailor and Donut, who both end up dead. The Landlords temporarily evacuate the remaining tenants for their own safety.

Meanwhile, Sing attempts to rob the same ice cream vendor he met earlier, who turns out to be Fong – the mute girl of his childhood. She offers him a lollipop – like she did in the past, but he knocks it away, ashamed of himself and how far he has fallen. Sum orders Sing to free “the Beast” from an asylum to use against the Pigsty Alley, offering him instant membership of the gang after the mission. Though appearing to be a middle-aged, slovenly, and flippant man, the Beast is quickly shown to be a powerful and ruthless fighter.

When the Landlords arrive at the Axe Gang’s casino to settle the score, Sum sends the Beast to fight them. Despite being overpowered initially, the Landlady breaks the top of a funeral bell and uses it as a megaphone to amplify her Lion’s Roar, taking down the Beast. Feigning surrender, he stabs them both with his hidden pins before the three get stuck in a tight hold, immobilizing each other.

Sum orders Sing to strike the Landlord to break the stalemate, but Sing has a change of his heart, causing him to strike Sum and the Beast instead. Enraged, the Beast brutally pummels Sing until the Landlords rescues him and takes him back to the Pigsty Alley. Sum berates the Beast for letting his rivals escape. In return, the Beast kills Sum, then takes over the Axe Gang and wages an all-out assault on the Pigsty Alley.

Back at the Alley, Sing undergoes a transformation as a result of the Beast’s attack. He fully heals himself, unleashing his inner powers and becoming a Kung Fu master instantaneously. He sees to the well-being of the Landlords as the gangs arrive. Sing easily beats them all before facing the Beast, who uses the Toad style moves to launch Sing high into the sky. While aloft, he comes to peace with Buddha and is finally able to deliver the mighty Buddhist Palm moves to subdue the Beast. Accepting his defeat, the Beast breaks down and cries, calling Sing his master.

With the Axe Gang eliminated, the townsfolk enjoy their peaceful lives. Sometime later, Sing and Bone open a candy store (with Fong’s lollipop as their logo, and their main product). When Sing sees Fong outside, he happily invites her in to share their childhood memories. The beggar who sold the manual to Sing in the past appears on the street.

 

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