African Kung-Fu Nazis


Action / Comedy / Horror

IMDb Rating 2.8 10 80


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772.31 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
84 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
84 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 6 / 10 / 10

Uhm, this was something else...

Granted, I didn't have much of any expectation or hopes for this 2019 movie titled "African Kung-Fu Nazis". Why? Well, just look at the title, for starters. But since I hadn't already seen the movie and I had the chance, of course I sat down to watch writer and director Sebastian Stein's movie. Turns out that the movie was so far out there and so bad that it was actually enjoyable. I mean, with a storyline as such was presented in "African Kung-Fu Nazis" then what was not to like? Everything was just so far out there, that it was actually working out quite well. The acting in the movie was, for the most parts, adequate. Sure, this is not award-winning performances that puts Shakespeare to shame. You know essentially what you get when you sit down to watch a movie such as this. If you think "Bloodsport" combined with "Iron Sky", then you have a fair idea of what you are in for when you sit down to watch "African Kung-Fu Nazis". This is, however, not really the type of movie that you will watch more than once. My rating of "African Kung-Fu Nazis" lands on a six out of ten stars. It was so campy and cheesy that I found it fun to watch. Well worth a watch if you like offbeat movies that have storylines out in the grey zones.

Reviewed by luke-946-133228 1 / 10 / 10

It's terrible... but soo damn good

Everything about this movie is the absolute worst... but I can't stop watching. It's kind of like "Who Killed Captain Alex?" but with a slightly higher budget and Nazi's. African Nazi soldiers in white face, I mean if that doesn't make you want to watch I don't know what will... Maybe the awesomely bad Jackie Chan Drunken Master tribute with Moonshine boxing? Just watch it already.

Reviewed by dennislindwall 1 / 10 / 10

So bad it's almost entertainment

To be fair, the name DOES gives away the lackluster journey you're about to embark on when you start watching this movie, so you have to be fair to the creators when you review it. With the low-flying expectations being set already in the title, you know that this is unlikely to receive a nominations for the Oscars or nominations in any award ceremony no matter how lowly. Rather, being cast in this production will remain a mill-stone around these actor's neck for the remainder of the their lives; probably needing to convince future movie directors and producers they were in a very dark place in 2019 but this has been fully rectified through a combination of heavy medication, psychotherapy and frontal lobe lobotomy. Probably best approach for the actors would be to change their names and deny everything. To be honest, this film isn't well scripted, it wasn't well cast, and the special effects are quite poor - even by cheap Nollywood /Ghallywood standards. Having said that, the filming and post production is not that bad so I have to give some credit. It was clearly made with a very low budget and considering that, they've done a relatively good job within those parameters. I don't know if there is a new niche to be made of cheap kung-fu movies combined with Nazis and Nollywood (God, I hope not),but if there is, then they need to raise their standards if they want create a successful market. Having had the opportunity to watch a lot of movies during the wonderous year of corona-2020, this movie does take the price hitting rock bottom and consistently staying there - that is an achievement on its own. You may have better things to do in your life, like washing your socks or braiding the hair on your legs rather than watching this movie and I would strongly encourage you to find....anything. But if you don't have anything better to do, just know that these 84 minutes will be eternally lost, probably with a part of your soul and sanity.

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