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The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies

The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies

The story of a man who teaches people how to kick other people in the faceJun. 24, 200683 Min.
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Watch: The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies, Full Movie Online – Small town Tae Kwon Do instructor Fred Simmons relishes the power that comes from being the king of a small kingdom. A former champion, Mr. Simmons fancies himself one in the same as his hero, Chuck “The Truck” Wallace, a B-movie Martial Arts film star. Mr. Simmons openly boasts about his self-proclaimed status as “king of the demo” [Tae Kwon Do demonstration], even though he can’t nail one to save his life. His only vulnerability lies in his adoration of his wife Suzie – a weakness that comes bubbling to the surface when Mr. Simmons discovers Suzie has cheated on him with her new boss. When Suzie leaves him, Mr. Simmons finds himself slipping into a crushing downward spiral. He struggles to keep “the power” by abusing anyone who challenges him. After losing students and making a fool out of himself, he finds allies in Julio Chavez, his nine-year-old apprentice, and Henry Harrison, one of his students with an “obvious confidence problem.” When his bizarre best friend Mike McAllister comes to visit, the four make a pilgrimage to meet the greatest Martial Artist of all time, “The Truck,” at a Tae Kwon Do convention. What starts as a crazy man’s expedition to escape turns into a trip of discovery, as Mr. Simmons and his crew party with “The Truck” and Mr. Simmons convinces him to perform a demo at his Tae Kwon Do school during the upcoming belt-qualifying testing. Inspired with renewed strength, Fred returns from the convention clear-headed and at the top of his game, until he is shocked by an unexpected turn of events when Suzie returns home, and the “The Truck” flies in from Hollywood to appear at his Tae Kwon Do school. In the end, Mr. Simmons faces the greatest test of his power and finds the strength he outwardly projects within his own spirit..
Plot: An inept taekwondo instructor struggles with marital troubles and an unhealthy obsession with fellow taekwondo enthusiast Chuck “The Truck” Williams.
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Ratings:

6.2/10 Votes: 12,678
54% | RottenTomatoes
63/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 109 Popularity: 7.505 | TMDB

Reviews:

Not as funny as it could be, but there’s potential here
Surprise hit comedies are generally the ones that feature a relatively under-exposed actor with great comedic talent in a central role. That is what Danny McBride as Fred Simmons is supposed to be. It’s not a bad movie, but it scratches the surface of what it could be. It feels like “The Foot Fist Way” is the very long pilot of a TV series that didn’t get picked up: like there was something more that needed to happen and characters that needed to be developed.

The film is a small character-driven comedy created by a trio of friends who have been nurtured by the Will Ferrell and Adam McKay screwball character movie teat. Danny McBride, the star, Jody Hill, director and supporting actor and Ben Best, supporting actor, all wrote the story of Simmons, a tae kwan do instructor in Alabama who’s full of himself yet humbly insecure.

There’s really no plot until halfway through the movie, giving it that episodic “this should be broken up into smaller, fleshed out parts” feel. Supporting characters jump in and out rather than contribute to a flowing narrative. The only thing that stays solid is the rocky relationship subplot between Simmons and his tall-built bimbo wife (a rather untalented Mary Jane Bostic).

Admirably, these three amigos try and create a character for McBride that is both a verbal machine gun of ridiculous phrases and someone who uses that same egotistical technique to work out his emotional problems. In other words, someone who is supposed to be hilarious but self-revealing at the same time — a complex goofball. Their first trial run is hit or miss on the comedic end and just short on creating a meaningful character. McBride is capable, but they don’t really push the concept hard enough.

A glorified TV episode might be all it is, but there’s talent in this group of aspiring comedy filmmakers.

Review By: Movie_Muse_Reviews
Not as funny as it could be, but there’s potential here
Surprise hit comedies are generally the ones that feature a relatively under-exposed actor with great comedic talent in a central role. That is what Danny McBride as Fred Simmons is supposed to be. It’s not a bad movie, but it scratches the surface of what it could be. It feels like “The Foot Fist Way” is the very long pilot of a TV series that didn’t get picked up: like there was something more that needed to happen and characters that needed to be developed.

The film is a small character-driven comedy created by a trio of friends who have been nurtured by the Will Ferrell and Adam McKay screwball character movie teat. Danny McBride, the star, Jody Hill, director and supporting actor and Ben Best, supporting actor, all wrote the story of Simmons, a tae kwan do instructor in Alabama who’s full of himself yet humbly insecure.

There’s really no plot until halfway through the movie, giving it that episodic “this should be broken up into smaller, fleshed out parts” feel. Supporting characters jump in and out rather than contribute to a flowing narrative. The only thing that stays solid is the rocky relationship subplot between Simmons and his tall-built bimbo wife (a rather untalented Mary Jane Bostic).

Admirably, these three amigos try and create a character for McBride that is both a verbal machine gun of ridiculous phrases and someone who uses that same egotistical technique to work out his emotional problems. In other words, someone who is supposed to be hilarious but self-revealing at the same time — a complex goofball. Their first trial run is hit or miss on the comedic end and just short on creating a meaningful character. McBride is capable, but they don’t really push the concept hard enough.

A glorified TV episode might be all it is, but there’s talent in this group of aspiring comedy filmmakers.

Review By: Movie_Muse_Reviews

Other Information:

Original Title The Foot Fist Way
Release Date 2006-06-24
Release Year 2006

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min), 1 hr 25 min (85 min) (USA), 1 hr 22 min (82 min) (web)
Budget 79000
Revenue 245000
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Comedy
Director Jody Hill
Writer Ben Best, Jody Hill, Danny McBride
Actors Danny McBride, Ben Best, Mary Jane Bostic
Country United States
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm (blow-up)

The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies
The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies
The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies
The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies
The Foot Fist Way 2006 123movies
Original title The Foot Fist Way
TMDb Rating 5.867 109 votes

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