In , stand-up comic and television comedy writer Woody Allen wrote a new dub script for the Japanese spy comedy Key of Keys, at the behest of U. The result somewhat disingenuously referred to as Allen's directorial debut - and aye, he did direct his friends and colleagues in the dub cast, but really now Counting Tiger Lily itself, the IMDb identifies a mere 18 feature-length films as "redubbed with comedy soundtrack", and I'm pretty sure at least a few of them don't actually exist. As far as actual prominence with any kind of audience of size, that list of 18 winnows down to two: Tiger Lilly, and then, in , Steve Oedekerk's Kung Pow: Enter the Fist. He also personally overdubbed virtually every character, taking great pains to make them all sound very fake and bad. And it's
So, ‘Kung Pow: Enter the Fist’ is Getting a Sequel…
Kung Pow! Enter the Fist - Movie Reviews
Plot[ edit ] A man, called The Chosen One by the narrator, wanders from town to town to search for the man who killed his family and tried to kill him when he was a baby. In one town, he meets Master Tang, a very ill and slightly deranged sifu , and asks Tang to help him improve his already impressive martial arts ability. Master Tang is skeptical at first, but after seeing The Chosen One's mark his sentient tongue, which he names Tonguey , he allows him to train at his dojo. The Chosen One is introduced to two other students: Wimp Lo, a young man who was deliberately trained incorrectly as a joke, and Ling, who has romantic feelings for him. While training, The Chosen One shows cartoon-like feats of strength, and Wimp Lo deems him an enemy out of jealousy.