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Balls Of Fury

PG-13 · 2007 ‧ Comedy/Sport ‧ 1h 30m
5.3/10 · IMDb 21% · Rotten Tomatoes 2.2/5 · Letterboxd
Randy Daytona was once a ping-pong prodigy, but hasn't played since he blew his chance at a championship more than 20 years ago. When the FBI recruit him to infiltrate an underground ping-pong death match hosted by the fiendish Peng, Daytona isn't...
Release date: August 29, 2007 (USA)
Box office: 41.1 million USD
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Directed by Robert Ben Garant. With Dan Fogler, Christopher Walken, George Lopez, Maggie Q. Down-and-out former professional ping-pong phenom, Randy  ... Full Cast & Crew · User Reviews · Randy Daytona · Cast Production Co: Rogue Pictures, Intrepid Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment Release Date: 29 August 2007 (USA) Box Office: Opening Weekend USA: $11,352,123, 2 September 2007 Gross USA: $32,886,940 Cumulative Worldwide Gross Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $41,739,766
Balls of Fury is a 2007 American sports comedy film directed by Robert Ben Garant, who co-wrote it with Thomas Lennon. It stars Dan Fogler, George Lopez,  ... Plot · Cast · Reception · Video game Production company: Intrepid Pictures; Spyglass Entertainment Music by: Randy Edelman Edited by: John Refoua Box office: $41.1 million

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Balls of Fury is a ludicrously stupid and moronic comedy that's hilariously fun and entertaining. The FBI recruits washed up ping-pong champion Randy Daytona to  ... No Score Yet: Young Wallander
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Balls of Fury was a comedy about ping pong. Yes, ping pong. The movie was based upon the tragedy of Randy Daytona (Dan Fogler) who was a child prodigy  ...
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Balls of Fury was a comedy about ping pong. Yes, ping pong. The movie was based upon the tragedy of Randy Daytona (Dan Fogler) who was a child prodigy  ...
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A huge comedy with tiny balls. Randy Daytona was a child ping pong prodigy who lost his chance at Olympic gold when his father is murdered by the mysterious ...
Movie Review. Who knew table tennis was so tawdry? But it is. Oh yes, it is. Randy Daytona knows it well. Randy was once a 12-year-old Ping-Pong prodigy  ...
Aug 27, 2007 · Thus it was with great eagerness that I attended “Balls of Fury,” which is, I believe , the first movie combining Ping-Pong and kung-fu and ...
Aug 29, 2007 · Balls of Fury” is raunchier and somewhat more imaginative than “Hot Rod,” and it will be must viewing for Christopher Walken completists.

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