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African Kung-Fu Nazis (2019)

Unlike history books tell us, Adolf Hitler did not commit suicide in his bunker, but instead fled to the African continent in his submarine. Teaming up with his new right hand, infamous ... See full summary »

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Sebastian Stein

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Sebastian Stein
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Credited cast:
Elisha Okyere Elisha Okyere ... Addae
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kwaku Adu Kwaku Adu ... Mongolian Fighter
Yoshito Akimoto Yoshito Akimoto ... Hideki Tojo
Ntul Andrew Ntul Andrew ... Shadow Snake Master
Samuel Asante Samuel Asante ... Kawacha
Boateng Walker Bentil Boateng Walker Bentil ... Akante
Nkechi Chinedu Nkechi Chinedu ... Eva
Marsuel Hoppe Marsuel Hoppe ... Horse-Man Göring
Sebastian Stein Sebastian Stein ... Adolf Hitler
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Unlike history books tell us, Adolf Hitler did not commit suicide in his bunker, but instead fled to the African continent in his submarine. Teaming up with his new right hand, infamous Japanese military leader Hideki Tojo and the brutal Horse-Man Göring, he plans on conquering the world once again - starting in Ghana. With the might of his loyal (although brainwashed) Ghan-Aryans and his superhuman Karate-Powers, Hitler destroys the African Kung-Fu school of the shadow snake, killing its leader. Grieving for his master, Kung-Fu disciple Addae seeks revenge by participating in Hitler's martial arts tournament. Will he find the strength of body and mind to defeat the evil dictator?

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Action | Comedy | Horror

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Stunning Martial Arts
9 November 2020 | by picklefartfaceSee all my reviews

I fear the negative reviewers can't see the trees for the forest, to twist an old idiom; the title should immediately indicate the tongue-in-cheek B-movie intent of the plot. The haters here should really get out of their mother's basement occasionally. I'm sorry they lost their latest online video game competition before watching this movie, but I happen to think it's wonderful, particularly for the truly spectacular martial arts moves in it. The performers are not only skilled martial artists, but create some very creative and unique moves that dazzle the viewer. This movie is well worth the time for the martial arts work alone.


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English | German

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24 December 2019 (Ghana) See more »

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