During an unfortunate series of events a friend of Kung Fury is assassinated by the most dangerous kung fu master criminal of all time; Adolf Hitler, a.k.a Kung Führer. Kung Fury decides to travel back in time, to Nazi Germany, in order to kill Hitler and end the Nazi empire once and for all. Written by
David Sandberg (from kickstarter)
The Viking Babe Katana was originally played by Joanna Häggblom in the trailer. Because Häggblom was not available to shoot additional footage, she was replaced by Helene Ahlson in the final print. The scene of Katana calling Thor by the lake is altered with videotape wear effects to obscure the change of actresses. The scene of Häggblom carrying a boom box in front of a DeLorean is retained in the film's opening sequence. See more »
When Hackerman is hacking Kung Fury back in time, he points his right hand with the Power Glove at the monitor and shoots a beam. Then it cuts to the wide shot, he is still pointing his right hand at the screen. When he stands, you clearly see the Power Glove on his left hand. If you look at his shirt, the E is backwards, indicating this scene was mirrored in post-production. See more »
[Kung Fury knocks down the arcade machine robot and points his gun at it]
[He suddenly notices a Swastika on the robot's body]
Wait a minute. I've seen that symbol before, somewhere.
[He begins to recall his memories of Hitler and his Nazi army]
[Kung Fury looks up as Hitler and his robot bird fly over the Miami sky]
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No dinosaurs were extinct in the making of this movie. See more »
This is an epic movie. So epic it hurts. It is well produced and you can really feel that it's a genuine dream project of the creator. The pacing works brilliantly, the soundtrack fits perfect with the action and theme, and the special effects is really high class.
Awesome in everything and just simply a great ride! It has laser shooting dinosaurs, kung fu, Vikings with guns, time travel, a Norse god, Adolf Hitler as villain etcetera etcetera. It is plus size extra everything crammed into 30 minutes. It's like riding a roller-coaster of 80s entertainment with everything from street fighter style fighting to a 80s flying credits. Plus, the director/writer/lead actor David Sandberg is strikingly attractive and works really well as the star Kung Fury. Good looking and bad-ass what more do you need?
You think is review is over the top? Well so is the movie. This movie turned me from a 30- something movie critic into a little fan boy.
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