House of Fury (2005)
Reviewed by: j.crawford on 2006-06-26
Summary: Outstanding entertainment.
Outstanding entertainment fills every frame of House of Fury. Produced by JCE Movies Limited with a deep reverence for the history of martial arts cinema, the movie is respectful of traditional Chinese values pertaining to family, education, and health.

Anthony Wong Chau-Sang stars as a former special government agent who now runs an identity protection program for other former agents. Influenced by the Hollywood box office hit Spy Kids, the scenario of this film revolves around Wong and his two children who he has raised as a single parent and trained them in martial arts while keeping his background a secret. Starring, and directed by, Stephen Fung Tak-Lun as the son, the film also features Gillian Chung Yan-Tung, Daniel Wu Yin-Cho, Charlene Choi Cheuk-Yin, and the legendary Wu Ma.

This young director greatly benefits from participation and guidance of Sylvia Chang Ai-Chia and Benny Chan Chi-Shun. Inventive martial arts sequences, supervised by Yuen Woo-Ping make everyone look competent. Michael Wong Man-Tak is quite good as the bad guy.
Reviewer Score: 8