Calling all Jackie Chan fans, calling all Jackie Chan fans! Do we have your attention now? Great, because you are in for a treat. Are you in search for great martial arts action film but are at a loss of where to begin because there are so many? Why not take a look at one of China’s finest producers, directors, actors, and writers, Stephen Chow, and his film that has won the hearts of many, Kung Fu Hustle. While this movie is chock full of fist swinging and punch throwing action, it is a difficult movie to define. Kung Fu Hustle holds several elements that can place it into many genres. There is a love story, Asian master fighters, excellent fight scenes, mystery, knee slapping humor, outrageous special effects and a kind of suspense that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Spanning over so many genres, Kung Fu Hustle is nearly impossible to dislike for those who are imaginative individuals and feed off the sense of adventure. Whatever your preconceived notions are about this movie, throw them out the window because they are not accurate until you watch the movie to confirm them. Even though there are many facets that make this action movie complete, Kung Fu Hustle still sticks to its original kung fu storyline. There are a variety of names for great and powerful fighting stances and moves, such as the “lions roar,” which is a powerful move that can only be acquired by a kung fu master. The kung fu master in this flick is quite unsuspecting! Remember that hint of mystery we mentioned? Another appropriately named kung fu fighting move is the “Palm of Buddha,” which is hilarious to see in action, to say the least. The fighting scenes are marvelously over-the-top, with awe inspiring special effects that mirror the effects you see in “The Matrix,” but still hold their own originality. The story begins with a man, Sing, who wishes to fight like a master and is sure that he will learn by joining a very powerful, neighborhood gang called the Axe Gang. While this gang terrorizes the town’s citizens, the Landlord and Landlady forbid these happenings by pushing the Axe Gang out of the town. This movie must be taken with a light heart and open mind. Chow very wittily pokes some fun at the martial arts action genre, but it is done tastefully so. While throughout the movie the viewer may find it difficult to put their finger on this film, once you arrive at the ending, you will be pleasantly surprised and pleased. For more information or questions regarding buying or selling used action film DVDs from Kung Fu Hustle to Rush Hour, visit www.used-actionmovies.com. For any questions you may have, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.