The Foot Fist Way Review, by Eric Campos of Film Threat

Mix some "Bad Santa," with a splash of "Napoleon Dynamite" and shake it up with a whole lot of whoop ass and you've got one of the funniest martial arts movies since "They Call Me Bruce?"

Tae Kwon Do instructor Mr. Simmons is kind of a gruff, pompous turd to begin with, verbally assaulting his students, who range from children to the elderly, all the while maintaining his cocky posture as King of his martial arts studio. But when he finds out his wife's been giving out handjobs at her work, Mr. Simmons trainwrecks and becomes a drunken mess, hitting on his female students and smacking around the others. To take his mind off his troubles, Simmons decides to take a couple of his students, as well as a dangerously martial arts obsessed buddy of his, to see a live demonstration by his hero Chuck "The Truck" Wallace. Upon meeting, and eventually partying, with the Tae Kwon Do star, Simmons discovers him to be a drunken, drug crazed prima dona, but invites him to attend his studio's testing day regardless. So eventually we have two raging egos battling each other to the horror of Simmons' students. "The Foot Fist Way" is like full contact comedy.

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