Balls of Fury Reviews
Areal light hearted movie to watch on a rainy day!
its mainly about ping pong and the cops want to get inside a private but neccessary ping pong compitition to get hold off Walkens evil character!
A nice ligth hearted silly movie that is fun and enjoyable with a watch!
A disgraced former ping pong champion is drawn back into the world of high-stakes table tennis to carry out a top-secret mission in the feature directorial debut of Reno 911! writer/director Ben Garant. Far removed from the rigidly regulated world of professional sports, clandestine ping pong tournaments offer thrilling competition where only the strong survive. There was a time when the mere mention of the name Randy Daytona (Dan Fogler) was enough to make even those most hardened ping pong player cower in fear, but these days Randy has fallen out of favor with ping-pong fans. The former champ soon receives a much-needed shot at redemption, however, when he is recruited by a determined FBI agent named Rodriguez (George Lopez) to win a coveted spot in the upcoming underground table tennis tournament and ferret out the nefarious Feng (Christopher Walken), whose thriving criminal empire has transformed him into a true menace to society.
There is absolutely no salvation for this abomination of comedic film. It's not even so stupid it's funny, its just really stupid. Thomas Lennon (Lt. Dangle from Reno 911) is just about the only character with any humor. The blind guy has no funny parts either, you basically have to force yourself to laugh. The main character is as drab as he is two-dimensional. This was an opportunity to be a good film, but it just doesn't even come close. Christopher Walken has once again embarrassed himself, not for being bad, for continually appearing in third rate films. He has never turned down a movie offer, and I respect that, but could he just stop doing things like this? There are only two positives in this movie, Maggie Q is hot, and Thomas Lennon's performance, other than that, it's basically worse than Gigli.
Good for a few chuckles (mostly Walken related), but there were no 'laugh out loud' moments for me here.
I had to spread this one out over a period of three days to get through it.
Trying to parody, "Enter The Dragon" in many parts-this movie simply falls short in way too many areas.
If you want to see a good parody of "Enter the Dragon" check out "A Fistful of Yen" in the movie, "Kentucky Fried Movie." THAT captured the flavor.
The long and the short of this movie...they didn't push it nearly far enough or in other words...not enough balls.