25 Sep 2015

Kung Fu Hustle [2005 China BrRip 720p YIFY 600 MB Google Drive]

Kung Fu Hustle [2005 China BrRip 720p YIFY 600 MB Google Drive]

Durasi: 99 Minutes Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime Rating IMDB: 7,8 dari 10

Label: Recent, AsianMovie, Kung Fu Hustle, China, 2005, Stephen Chow, Action, Comedy, Crime, Stephen Chow, Wah Yuen, Qiu Yuen, BrRip 720p, , , YIFY,

Director: Stephen Chow
[Lihat juga film yang disutradari oleh : Stephen Chow]

Casts: Stephen Chow, Wah Yuen, Qiu Yuen
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Stephen Chow]
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Wah Yuen]
[Lihat juga film yang dibintangi oleh : Qiu Yuen]

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Quality: BrRip 720p YIFY Size: 600 MB
Audio: English
SubtitleSoft Muxed / SRT: English, Indonesia
Password: AdMaioremDeiGloriam

Kung Fu Hustle is a 2004 Hong Kong-Chinese action comedy martial arts film. It was directed, co-written and co-produced by Stephen Chow, who also stars in the lead role. The other producers were Chui Po-chu and Jeffrey Lau, and the screenplay was co-written with Huo Xin, Chan Man-keung, and Tsang Kan-cheung. Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Danny Chan, and Bruce Leung co-starred in prominent roles.

After the commercial success of Shaolin Soccer, its production company, Star Overseas, began to develop Kung Fu Hustle with Columbia Pictures Asia in 2002. The film features a number of retired actors famous for 1970s Hong Kong action cinema, yet has been compared to contemporary and influential martial arts films such as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero. The cartoon style of the film, accompanied by traditional Chinese music, is often cited as its most striking feature.

The film was released on 23 December 2004 in China and on 25 January 2005 in the United States. It received highly positive reviews, with Rotten Tomatoes giving it a 90% fresh rating and Metacritic 78 out of 100. The film was also a commercial success, grossing US$17 million in North America and US$84 million in other countries. Kung Fu Hustle was the highest-grossing film in the history of Hong Kong until it was surpassed by You Are the Apple of My Eye in 2011.

The film was the all-time tenth highest-grossing foreign language film in the United States as well as the highest-grossing foreign language film in the country in 2005. Kung Fu Hustle won numerous awards, including six Hong Kong Film Awards and five Golden Horse Awards.

Sinopsis / Plot / Resensi / Ringkasan Cerita / Reviu:

In Shanghai during the 1930s, Brother Sum, the leader of the Deadly Axe Gang, exercises control over the city, openly killing anyone who gets in his way. One day, two troublemakers, Sing and Bone, come to Pig Sty Alley impersonating members of the Axe Gang to gain respect. Their plan fails, and Sing's antics attract the real gang to the scene. In the massive brawl that ensues, more than fifty gangsters are defeated by three tenants who are Coolie, a laborer, Fairy, the clothing retailer, and Donut, the noodle chef. Coolie, Fairy, and Donut turn out to be incognito martial arts masters.

After the fight, Sing and Bone are apprehended by Brother Sum for publicly humiliating the Axe Gang. They are hung by their arms to be killed, but Sing uses his lock picking skills to escape and asks to join the gang. Sum is impressed by Sing's lock picking, so he tells them that if they kill a person they will be accepted into the gang. Asked to explain his escape skills, Sing describes his childhood: he bought a Buddhist Palm manual from a beggar and trained himself to be a martial artist, but when he tried to defend a mute girl from bullies, he was beaten up and humiliated.

The next day, the duo return to Pig Sty Alley and attempt to murder the Landlady, but their efforts fail. The cantankerous Landlady chases Sing, who becomes badly injured in the process after being bitten on the lips by multiple snakes and hides in a traffic control pulpit, where his multiple injuries including comically swollen lips spontaneously heal, a surprise even to him. As he recovers, thrashing in pain from his injuries, he unconsciously throws his hands outward and violently dents the pulpit from the inside. These dents appear to be the result of kung-fu strikes.

Meanwhile, Sum hires two mystical assassins to kill the three martial artists at Pig Sty Alley. That night, the Landlady, fearing retaliation from the Axe Gang, evicts the three martial artists. In the process of leaving, Coolie is murdered by the assassins, who use a magical guqin as their weapon, and Fairy and Donut attain fatal injuries during the fight. The assassins are defeated by the Landlady and Landlord, who are in fact martial arts masters in self-imposed retirement. They had sworn not to fight anymore due to their young son being killed years earlier in a fight. Moments after Fairy dies, a very weak Donut speaks to the Landlord and Landlady right before dying before their eyes. The dead three are surrounded by the grateful but saddened Pig Sty Alley denizens. Afterward, sensing an impending showdown with the Axe Gang, the Landlady and Landlord order all the citizens and tenants to evacuate Pig Sty Alley.

A desperate Sing mugs an ice cream vendor only to realize she is the mute girl from his childhood. For helping her, the woman offers him the lollipop she had as a girl, but Sing refuses it and knocks it away, shattering it to pieces. Sing berates Bone for being unhelpful in their quest to become Axe members and forces him away. Sing is then picked up by the Axe Gang and in exchange for joining the gang, Sum orders him to break into a mental asylum to free a legendary fighter known as the Beast. Sing succeeds (although he experiences several moments of great foreboding during the job) and brings the Beast to Sum at his office. The Beast is initially flippant and his sloppy appearance bewilders Sum, who orders his men to torture the fighter. In response, the Beast stops a bullet with two fingers, and the Axe Gang bows in respect.

The Beast then confronts the Landlady and Landlord at the casino and they fight, with the Beast having the advantage. The Landlady and Landlord manage to overpower him with a large temple bell through which the Landlady amplifies her lion's roar technique. Just before they finish him off, the Beast proclaims his awe at their abilities and claims to surrender. However, the moment the Landlady and Landlord let down their guard, the Beast treacherously stabs them both in the stomach with concealed daggers. The three end up intertwined, both sides immobilizing the other. Brother Sum orders Sing to hit the Landlord with a table leg. When Brother Sum's berating becomes too much, Sing angrily bashes Brother Sum in the head to get him to shut up. Sing, having reformed, rushes in to help them by hitting the Beast with the table leg. Unfortunately, the blow only incenses the Beast, who pummels Sing into the floor. Before the Beast can deliver the final blow, the Landlord and Landlady grab Sing and flee. Sum angrily berates the Beast for letting them escape, and the Beast casually murders Sum and takes over his men.

At Pig Sty Alley, Sing undergoes a metamorphosis; the Beast's thrashing has inexplicably awoken his true potential as a kung-fu genius. He quickly recovers from his wounds, and suggests that the Landlord and Landlady rest. He easily defeats the Axe Gang before confronting the Beast. The two engage in a fierce brawl before the Beast uses his Toad Style techniques to send Sing rocketing into the sky. As he falls back to earth, Sing comes to terms with the Buddha and the techniques he learned from the manual as a child, and delivers the Buddhist Palm to defeat the Beast. After a final failed attack on Sing, the Beast accepts his defeat and appears to experience an epiphany. He begins to cry, and kneels before Sing, as if in supplication before his new master.

Some time later, Sing and Bone open a candy store with the vendor's lollipop as the store sign. When the mute ice cream vendor walks by, Sing goes out to meet her. As they gaze upon one another, the camera spins around them as they transform into the children seen in the flashbacks. They smile, clasp hands and run into the candy store together. Various characters from the movie, who appear to have formed happy couples, walk through the square in front of the store. The beggar (suspected to be a magical traveller) who gave Sing the Buddhist Palm is then seen attempting to sell the Buddhist Palm manual to a young boy. The boy turns to leave until the beggar offers all of the manuals.

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