House of Fury

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  • NR
  • 2005
  • 1 hr 42 min
  • 6.1  (1,985)

House of Fury is a Hong Kong action-comedy film that tells the story of Teddy Yu, a single father who leads a quiet life with his rebellious teenage daughter, Nicky. What Nicky doesn't know is that her father was once known as "Kung Fu Master," a legendary fighter who retired from the martial arts world after the death of his wife.

The plot kicks off when two mysterious men show up at Teddy's house, claiming that his wife is still alive and that they need his help to find her. The two men turn out to be agents from a secret organization called "The Order," and they reveal that Teddy's wife was actually one of their agents, and that she went missing while on a mission.

Teddy initially refuses to help, but when Nicky is kidnapped by the same people who are looking for his wife, he is forced to team up with The Order to find them both. Along the way, they encounter a variety of colorful characters, including a group of bumbling assassins and a group of martial arts experts who are also searching for Teddy's wife.

The action sequences in House of Fury are well choreographed and executed, with plenty of acrobatics, stunts, and fight scenes to keep viewers entertained. The humor is also a strong point of the film, with several laugh-out-loud moments throughout.

One of the film's standout performances comes from Anthony Chau-Sang Wong, who plays Teddy Yu. Wong brings a mix of humor and intensity to the role, making Teddy a likable and relatable character despite his past as a skilled fighter.

Gillian Chung also gives a strong performance as Nicky, Teddy's rebellious teenage daughter. Chung is able to bring both toughness and vulnerability to the role, making Nicky a character that viewers can root for.

Stephen Fung rounds out the main cast as one of The Order's agents, and while he doesn't have as much screen time as the other two leads, he still manages to make an impression with his action scenes and comedic moments.

Overall, House of Fury is an entertaining action-comedy that is sure to appeal to fans of martial arts films. The film features strong performances, well-executed action sequences, and plenty of laughs, making it a must-see for anyone looking for an enjoyable and lighthearted action flick.

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    6.1  (1,985)