The “Kung Fury” full movie has recently been uploaded via Youtube, and it has already garnered more than one million views since it got posted.
The film stars director David Sandberg as Kung Fury, a former cop who becomes a hero to the city.
The film was initially put up in Kickstarter to be crowdfunded.
After succeeding with the campaign, Sandberg quickly went forward with production.
As taken from the movie’s official website , the official synopsis reads, “Miami Police Department detective and martial artist Kung Fury time travels from the 1980s to World War II to kill Adolf Hitler, a.k.a.
“Kung Fuhrer” and revenge his friend’s death at the hands of the Nazi leader.
An error in the time machine sends him further back to the Viking Age.” Thousands of fans received the movie with positive feedback.
Moreso that Sandberg was able to get 80’s superstar David Hasselhoff to make the soundtrack for the film.
While numerous followers were satisfied with the movie, one critic found it a little too much for his taste.
Nathan Grayson of Kotaku thinks the “Kung Fury” full movie “tries too hard” and that he was cringing on alot of parts in the film.
“It is the movie that would hear me say that and make a joke about the word ‘hard,'” he wrote.
“You would expect it to be a d*** joke, and-reliably, faithfully, like an old hound who will f***ing fight you before learning any of your crummy new tricks-that is exactly what it does.” “It does this in excess,” he continued.
” It does it so much that it stops being funny, then becomes funny again, then stops being funny again.
That’s how Kung Fury ‘s brand of ridiculousness works.
‘I AM RIDICULOUS,’ it shouts.
‘LOOK AT MY NEON COLORS AND GIANT PHONE AND LASER RAPTORS.
I HAVE IT ALL AND I WILL NOT ALLOW YOU TO FORGET FOR EVEN A FRACTION OF A SECOND HEY REMEMBER THE EIGHTIES OK COOL JUST CHECKING.'” While Grayson was clear that he didn’t like the film, he was still quick to admit that it made him laugh.
” It often made those things so ridiculous that I couldn’t not laugh, but it sometimes struck me as mechanical, perhaps even a bit cynical,” he said.
Watch the “Kung Fury” full movie below and find out for yourself whether it’s worth your time or otherwise: