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Balls of Fury
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It must be difficult to spoof both sports films and kung-fu action and still be a one-joke movie. But they pull it off in Balls of Fury. It's primarily a goof on the Bruce Lee classic Enter the Dragon , with some martial-arts business but, mostly, table tennis. The film stars Dan Fogler , the latest and least of this summer's chubberific leading dweebs. He's not a bad actor; Fogler won a Tony for his work in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee , a play whose very title will forever prevent me from checking it out.
It's never an encouraging sign when a comedy filled with talented pros produces only a single distinct laugh. There's another amusing bit involving villain Christopher Walken watching over a panda whose care and feeding leave much to be desired. But mostly, the film is content to have familiar faces recycle lazy pop-culture references and random bits of silliness. A sadly representative running joke involves Fogler's love of Def Leppard; his campy band T-shirts don't get any funnier the fifth or sixth time around.