Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022)
A hard-on-his-luck hound finds himself in a town full of cats in need of a hero to defend them from a ruthless villain's wicked plot to wipe their village off the map. With help from a reluctant mentor, our underdog must assume the role of town samurai and team up with the villagers to save the day.
Release Date: July 15, 2022
2 Movie Reviews
- lavenderlake1610 months4 popcornI love this movie because its all about doing whatever you wanna do in live no matter who you are. For example Hank was a dog and he wanted to be a samurai really badly so he was sent to a small town called Kakamucho by an evil cat called Ika Chu but little did he know he was sent as a distraction so Ika Chu could destroy Kakamucho so his palace was perfection. But in the end everything was great and a little brave cat called Emiko was the Samurai!😁😁😁
- adroit_avimimus10 months3 popcornThe movie's not that bad. To me, it's still a best comedy. I don't care how people react to how bad the movie is. Even though it may copy from Kung Fu Panda. But this comedy, really beats those film to it. And it's still fine for kids to watch. But all in all, this movie definitely reminds me of "The Emperor's New Groove" reference. And that brings back so many funny memories. Even Paws of Fury deserves to have a sequel or a TV show. I don't know when it will happen. But only time will tell. I don't blame the filmmakers. They're still doing the best they can to make this movie perfect for kids and family, even teens to watch. No matter how this movie turns out to be a disaster, I think it deserves better to continue. The strength of this film is the humor and the animation. I laughed quite a bit, and the animated action looks great. Even if the movie can feel a little too derivative with its Kronk rip-off and predictable story, it’s a harmless piece of entertainment that delivers everything the trailers promised. While the nonstop flurry of jokes don't all hit the mark, there's enough madcap silliness to keep the audience entertained. It's clear that the makers had an aim to make the movie stand out from typical kiddie fare, and they succeed, generally.