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Kwoon (2004)

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Nelson Aguilar ... Construction Worker
Serina Aguilar ... Construction Worker
Vince Amadio ... King Yummy
Chuck Becker ... Chuck Num
Nathan Decker ... Nathan Blocks
... Museum Girl 2 (as Gina Rose)
... Museum Girl 1 (as Leah Miller)
Janet Doe ... Dance Instructor
Jack Dougherty ... Jack
Donald Hamby ... Don
Andy Hick ... Computer Guy
... Killer
Jivani Jordan ... Jivani
Jivanni Jordan ... Jivanni
Jimmy Lam ... Jimmy Chops
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The Devil hates Kung Fu

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$250,000 (estimated)
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'Never gets old; fun to watch and re-watch
13 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

I can't believe there's only one other review besides mine at this point. KWOON has been available on DVD now for quite a while. If you took the time to read this review, PLEASE GO RENT OR BUY THE KWOON DVD. The cast and crew of this entertaining gem puts every ounce of ability, charm, fun and action they could squeeze in.

You won't be disappointed. Even if you're not much a fan of comedies, like me, you'll love this. It's silly, but not too silly. It's got kung fu, and it is authentic, but it's not presented or performed or arranged in a boring way. Both the comedy and the action are equally pleasing. Also, the sets, locations, music and cinematography work very well. The camera lets you see what's going on. Very few edits during the action, so it's not annoying. For a low-budget series (I think each episode averaged about $15,000-$20,000 each), you get so much entertainment and aesthetics, plus slightly larger casts than other films/shows on that kind of a budget.

The extras on the DVD are many and a lot of fun. They filled it as full as possible, it appears.

You must experience the awesome fury that is KWOON.


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