If you occasionally get nostalgic for the 80’s, break dancing, lots of hairspray, De Barge, Cyndi Lauper-style hair extensions, Bruce Lee and karate, then this movie is definitely for you. The story is simple- Young kung-fu master Leroy Green must seek his inner-self by obtaining what is called ‘the glow’, and is faced with wrath of a great, cheesy bad guy called Sho’nuff, along with his gang. Along the way he will learn about his family, himself, and even find love. There’s plenty of side stories that include our hero, who, by the ways, eats popcorn with chopsticks. He’s a modest, gentle young man who is faced with other challenges you wouldn’t expect, like, for example, how to be ‘black’. Don’t come into this movie expecting oscar worthy performances, just enjoy the feeling and spirit of the movie. It’s a ton of fun if you got nothing better to do. Sho-Nuff!