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Balls of Fury

A hard fall from grace strips Randy Daytona (Dan Fogler) of being considered a pingpong phenomenon. Now he must bounce back to take on an undercover assignment for the government. The CIA wants him to enter a tournament sponsored by Feng (Christopher Walken), a ping-pong enthusiast and notorious criminal. Randy must get the goods on Feng and bring him to justice.

Dan Fogler Randy Daytona
Christopher Walken Feng
George Lopez Agent Ernie Rodriguez
Maggie Q Maggie Wong
James Hong Master Wong
Terry Crews Freddy
Robert Patrick Sgt. Pete Daytona
Diedrich Bader Gary
Aisha Tyler Mahogany
Thomas Lennon Karl Wolfschtagg

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Sep 02, 2007 - risumonki9 on Balls of Fury
Mild Delight

When I went to see the movie, I had low expectations. And thanks to my low expectations, I was happy. Some scenes are pretty funny. Others are just random. And the love.. very random.

Good idea behind the plot and crazy ping pong (reminded me of Mortal Kombat). The movie could have been better though, oh well.

Overall, the movie was light-hearted and gave me a good start to my Labor Day weekend.

Aug 30, 2007 - dpodrid on Balls of Fury
The noble art of ping-pong...

...or as the Chinese say, "ping-pong"...

I suspect that this movie evolved around the same thread as Snakes On A Plane, but with Chhristopher Walken as the centerpiece Awesome Celebrity instead of the Samuel L. Jackson. While Mr. Walken is awesome, I think he wasn't used to his full potential in this movie.

That being said, this is a pretty good comedy. It's got the whole quest motif, lots of references to martial arts movies, mix in some James Bond, and of course romantic tension. Sorta. Ish.

Some of the ping-pong scenes reminded me of 300. There's a lot of bullet-time. It's pretty sweet.

So yeah. If you love ping pong, or Christopher Walken, watch this movie. Or obscure tournements. Or Karate Kid.

If not, watch it anyway. It's Christopher Freaking Walken!

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