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Kung Fu Joe

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2009
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82 min
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Kung Fu Joe, On Demand Movie, Comedy

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Plot: Kung Fu Joe, neighborhood hero and martial arts expert, must uncover the plot of a mad scientist and his bizarre minions bent on ruling the world. Joe joins forces with his old nemesis, the Detective, and the mysterious Femme Fatale, but can they overcome the most dangerous enemy of all? Watch this absurd and hilarious comedy unfurl with an ensemble of colorful characters in a bizarre mix of pop culture and cult cinema. This unique and original movie has a bit of everything: pirates, ninjas, a Master on the mountaintop, disco grooves, burpees, Kung Fu fighting, a mystical hammer, a Mad Scientist, a hunchback and a guy with a plant for a head.
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