House of Fury

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House of Fury
Houseoffuryposter.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Stephen Fung
Yuen Woo-ping (action)
Yuen Shun-yee (action)
Produced by Willie Chan
Jackie Chan
Solon So
Written by Stephen Fung
Lo Yiu-fai
Starring Stephen Fung
Anthony Wong
Gillian Chung
Charlene Choi
Jon Foo
Michael Wong
Daniel Wu
Philip Ng
Music by Peter Kam
Cinematography Poon Hang-sang
Ray Wong
Davy Tsou
Edited by Cheung Ka-Fai
Distributed by Emperor Entertainment Group
JCE Movies Limited
Release date(s)
  • 24 March 2005 (2005-03-24)
Running time 102 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
English

House of Fury (Chinese: 精武家庭) is a 2005 Hong Kong martial arts comedy film written and directed by Stephen Fung, who also co-stars in the film, and executive produced by Jackie Chan.[1] The film stars Anthony Wong, Michael Wong and Gillian Chung. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 24 March 2005. House of Fury features a collaboration between Anthony Wong and Michael Wong, reuniting them for the first time since 1998's Beast Cops.

Plot[edit]

Terry Yue Siu-bo, a single father who single handedly raises his two children, Natalie and Nicky, to young adulthood after his wife's death. Nicky works as a dolphin trainer at Ocean Park and Natalie goes to school with Ella. Her boyfriend, Jason, is a musician who does not speak Cantonese very well, and in his first scene, gives Natalie a pet pig. Siu-bo works as a Chinese traditional bonesetter and has kung fu skills, which he has passed on to his children, who display prowess while fighting each other in sibling disputes.

Siu-bo tells exaggerated stories to his children and their friends, but they think they don't believe them to be true thus causing a lot of embarrassment to Nicky and Natalie. A figure an ex-CIA Agent from Siu-bo's past appears, and kidnapping Siu-bo and demands information about a former spy whom Siu-bo knew. The children then unite their skills in a desperate attempt to save their father, and while at it, learn of his great past as a G4 agent assigned to protect former spies.

Cast[edit]

  • Anthony Wong – Terry Yue Siu-bo
  • Stephen Fung – Nicky Yue
  • Gillian Chung – Natalie Yue
  • Charlene Choi – Ella
  • Daniel Wu – Jason
  • Michael Wong – Rocco
  • Josie Ho – GJ (Rocco's fighter)
  • Wu Ma – Uncle Chiu
  • Winnie Leung Man-yee – Tank
  • Jon Foo – John (Rocco's fighter)
  • Philip Ng – King (Rocco's fighter)
  • Jake Strickland – Nelson (Rocco's son)
  • Chen Hu – Tiger (Rocco's fighter)
  • Lee Ka-ting – Tortured Man
  • Dick Tung Wai-keung – Headmaster
  • Yau Chi-wang – Young Nicky
  • Law Kar-ying – Cab Driver
  • Yuen Man-jun – Teacher
  • Chan Siu-gwan – Edward (Rocco's fighter)
  • Jason Tobin – Rocco’s fighter
  • Higuchi Asuka – Rocco’s fighter
  • Lo Po-shan – Rocco’s fighter
  • Victy Wong Yin-keung – Rocco’s fighter
  • Mak Hon-gei – Rocco’s fighter
  • Chan Siu-wah – Rocco’s fighter
  • Wong Wai-fai – Rocco’s fighter
  • Yee Tin-hung – Rocco’s fighter
  • Wong Kim-ban – Rocco’s fighter

DVD release[edit]

On 22 June 2009, DVD was released by Cine Asia in a two-disc ultimate edition at the United Kingdom in Region 2.

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