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Kung Fury (2015)

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In 1985, Kung Fury, the toughest martial artist cop in Miami, goes back in time to kill the worst criminal of all time - Kung Führer, a.k.a. Adolf Hitler.

Director:

David Sandberg

Writer:

David Sandberg
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3 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Sandberg ... Kung Fury
Jorma Taccone ... Adolf Hitler
Steven Chew Steven Chew ... Dragon
Leopold Nilsson Leopold Nilsson ... Hackerman
Andreas Cahling ... Thor
Per-Henrik Arvidius Per-Henrik Arvidius ... Voice of Thor / Chief
Erik Hörnqvist Erik Hörnqvist ... Triceracop
Frank Sanderson Frank Sanderson ... Voice of Triceracop / Cobra / Dinomite
Eleni Young Eleni Young ... Barbarianna
Helene Ahlson Helene Ahlson ... Katana
Yasmina Suhonen Yasmina Suhonen ... Katana (voice)
Magnus Betnér ... Colonel Reichstache
Björn Gustafsson ... Private Lahmstache
Eos Karlsson Eos Karlsson ... Red Ninja
David Hasselhoff ... Hoff 9000 (voice)
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Storyline

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)

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It takes a cop from the future to fight an enemy from the past.


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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

English | Swedish | German

Release Date:

28 May 2015 (Sweden) See more »

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Kung Fury See more »

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Budget:

$600,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The Laser Unicorn arcade game was an Atari Centipede arcade game (which can be seen in the background when the two thugs are shown looking at the evil arcade machine). See more »

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In the precinct scene, the Police Chief mentions Viagra. Pfizer did not patent Viagra until 1996. See more »

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Kung Fury: [narration] I'm a cop, and damn good at my job. It all began years ago, in the line of duty. Me and my partner were chasing down a mysterious kung-fu master.
[Flashback shows Kung Fury and Dragon cornering the red ninja in a back alley]
Kung Fury: You're under arrest, punk!
Dragon: Show us your hands.
[Kung Fury handcuffs the ninja]
Kung Fury: Good work, Dragon.
Dragon: He could've killed both of us with that crazy stunt. But goddammit, you the best partner I've ever had.
Kung Fury: Thanks. I learned from the best.
[...]
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No dinosaurs were extinct in the making of this movie. See more »

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Spoofs Miami Vice (1984) See more »

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Phoenix Rising
Written and produced by Lost Years
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30 mins of 80's nostalgia of awesomeness
2 June 2015 | by MattBrady099See all my reviews

Hitler: (Phoning the police) "Hello is this the police?"

Police officer on the phone: "Yes".

Hitler: "Fuck you!"

Kung Fury started off as a fan film made by David Sandberg that got released on the YouTube as 30 min short film, but in a matter of hours it was a big hit with it's views and the amount of people loved it because they got that nostalgic 80's feel to it. I got so much praised and so much love that it got a big release. So I checked it out myself just to see what was all the fuss about and I got to say that Kung Fury is the coolest action movie of 2015, it's right up there with Mad Max: Fury Road.

What really surprise me is that this is just a fan movie and it blows my mind how fans can make a better and more well made movie then even Hollywood can sh*t out, I mean David Sandberg put a lot of effort to make the whole movie look like a out of date VHS tape and to catch the 80's magic and it payed off so well.

The movie is really funny, the actor who played Hitler in the movie did really good and David Sandberg made a pretty awesome movie that's creative and fresh.

For problems I had for this movie these only a couple like: These one scene towards the end that kind of lost me a little and that's the end battle with Hitler vs. Kung Fury.

Some of the dialogue needs improving a little bit, but besides that this movie is awesome and it brought a lot of the 80's action fluff that we as movie lovers loved in the first place and it's so good to see it again in this brilliant 30 min short movie.

It's free on YouTube if you want to check it out and the video is only 30 mins long and it was 30 mins of awesomeness.


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