House of Fury (2005)

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House of Fury: Directed by Stephen Fung. With Anthony Chau-Sang Wong, Stephen Fung, Charlene Choi, Gillian Chung. Teddy Yu is a former secret agent turned chiropractor who thought he left his past behind. He teaches martial arts to his two kids. However, his past catches up to him as a rogue agent demands to know the whereabouts of an agent known as Dragon. Now, father and children must team up to stop the rogue agent and his goons.

“Sue me I liked this.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYouu0026#39;ve heard the story before: two kids who donu0026#39;t believe their dadu0026#39;s way out tales find he was telling the truth when heu0026#39;s kidnapped and they have to go rescue him. Its been the story of countless films most recently in films like Spy Kids. Here its done with an Asian flair and for the most part it works. Its not the be all and end all of action films but as a 100 minute lark its quite nice (even with tongue in cheek this film does contain some graphic violence and blood of the PG 13 variety). The fights are incredible even if the wire work is far from believable. I liked this film a great deal, my only complaint is that the pacing at times is a bit slow, considering this is the directors second time out of the box Iu0026#39;ll cut him some slack. In reading reviews on this film I was struck by the intense dislike for the director. Iu0026#39;m not familiar with him or his earlier work as actor or director but I canu0026#39;t see why the knives have been drawn, its just a harmless movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf this film passes your way give it a shot. Turn you mind off and grab some popcorn and youu0026#39;ll have a good time.”


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