Nominated for "Best Action Choreography" at the 2006 Hong Kong Film Awards.
Chinese chiropractor Teddy is a widower struggling to raise his sullen teenage son Nicky and his wild daughter Natalie. Teddy's kids are deeply embarrassed by their Dad's outlandish tales of his glory days. What they don't know is that their father leads a clandestine life protecting retired agents. When an evil nemesis re-appears and kidnaps Teddy to settle an old score, Nicky and Natalie, along with her boyfriend Jason, put their martial arts training into action and pummel the assassins that stand in their way.
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Light-hearted, yet exhilarating, “House of Fury” has the hues and tones of an 80’s teen comedy fused with action. Think John Hughes or Savage Steve Holland with roundhouse kicks, hammer fists, and Crane beak strikes. Hong Kong filmmakers are passionate about the Kung Fu genre and it shows here. Look for the fight sequence that is a playful tribute to Bruce Lee, it's a blast! All in all, "House of Fury" makes you wish more American action films had this kind of simple, but effective energy and pace.
this is a awesome movie!!!
I enjoyed it. Great movie