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Demolition Fu; redecoration through battle. In a hand-to-hand fight in a furnished room e. This may or may not exclude the walls themselves. Luckily, this is covered under Hero Insurance. Furniture in movies is actually incredibly rickety; no furniture maker would get away with stuff so easily broken.
Except the kind that makes stuff out of balsa wood and sugar glass for the movies, that is. Of course, the intended effect is to make the fighters look so badass that they can break solid furniture.
Higher-powered versions of the trope for example, those involving Humongous Mecha or Attack of the Foot Whatever involve the destruction of entire buildings, and from there we go to fighters re-arranging the landscape: Allowing this in Video Games results in Die, Chair!
When used as part of a grand finale, it's Trash the Set. The very first time Akane expressed her feelings towards Ranma, it was with the dining room table. It just went on from there.
A mild example in Fruits Basket. Shigure's front door seems to get destroyed if somebody even thinks about fighting near it. This is heavily lampshaded by Shigure himself. In later arcs of every incarnation, the weaker fighters will often smash eighty-meter-high mountains to rubble.
Early on in Dragon Ball ZPiccolo actually destroys the moon. Because it was a softer target than his moon-powered opponent Gohan- oozaru.
Master Roshi did the same thing earlier, during the first World Martial Arts tournament in order to stop the rampage of a young, transformed Goku by reverting him to his normal form. In the manga, Goku is actually questioned about his missing tail when he arrives for the second Tournament Arc and explains that Kami removed it permanently before restoring the moon, closing both plot holes at once.
Comics One Lucky Luke album has a running gag of the bar owner removing the large mirror behind the bar, only for it to be broken accidentally after the fight. Pretty much every superhero comic includes a measure of this Anything happening in the same county with Incredible Hulk.
The understatedly-powerful Ferrigno version busted a lot of barrooms. The comics, movie and video game versions bust a lot of buildings and military equipment. Ont of the recurring jokes of the X-Men during Chris Claremont 's run was the amount of property damage inflicted upon the environment.
Especially the habit to bust the walls instead of using doors. This happens in one issue of Gold Diggerwhere the annual Explorers' Society banquet results in the hall being demolished every year.Dec 05, · I'd almost think that a show like MXC or Kung Faux would be closer then either B.H.
Ninja, Ricky-o, or Shaolin Soccer. Those would simply be funny (your definition on what's funny may vary widely) kung fu type movies, as opposed to Kung Pow's slaughtering of an older film.
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A pioneer in the concept of spoof cinema and to a great extent introducing the concept to the general audience. It is because of this movie, Kung Fu Hustle, Although Hot Fuzz is a very close second. Views · View 4 Upvoters. Jason Amodea, studied at Binghamton University.
Mar 02, · Search titles only; Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Newer Than: Search this thread only; Search this forum only. Display results as threads. The answer to this question is Stephen Chow’s film Kung Fu Hustle (). In this motion picture, there are clearly aspects of not only physical comedy but also a .
Kung Fu Hustle opened in Hong Kong on December 23, , and earned a massive HK$4,, on its opening day.
It stayed at the top of the box office for the rest of and for much of early , eventually grossing HK$60 alphabetnyc.comed by: Columbia Pictures.