Kung Fu, Old Skool, and Tyrone

MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
94 mins
Marcus Kirkland, Harold Nesbitt, Tyrone Campbell, Megan Williams, Lawrence Brooks II, Xavier Rivers, Damon Mescudi, Will Smith, Chris White, Toni Campbell, D'Marlo T. Brannon, Michelle Turnbow, Joshua C. Jackson, Taur'ee Campbell, Davida K. White, Kenny Yasuda, Lamar Gathers
Tyrone Campbell, D'Marlo T. Brannon
Tyrone Campbell, Toni Campbell

Content at a Glance


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g/omg-3; heifer-1; “you’re pathetic”-1; fool-2; fat-1; stupid-1; scrub-1


martial arts used to knock out two guards; man punched in stomach; man hit in face; man punched and is knocked out.


man has unlit cigar in mouth through most of the film.


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man kidnaps woman; disrespect toward a few characters.


While on a shopping spree Adrina, daughter of Technology Czar Mr. Simpson, is kidnapped by corporate rival Mr. Rivers. Rivers and his corporation run Metro City so the police cannot get involved. Mr. Rivers will gladly return Adrina to her father under one condition… he wants 51% of Simpson’s company. Simpson is forced to hire a wanna-be private eye simply called Tyrone. Tyrone recruits his best friends Kung Fu and Old Skool and attempts to bring her back. The success of the mission rely on Tyrone’s ability to rise to the occasion and keep everything under control, if he can.

Movie Message

This movie is about forgiveness, something that is always needed in our lives whether we are on the receiving end or offering it. Adrina is kidnapped and her father’s rival, named Mr. Rivers, is the one responsible for kidnapping Adrina.

The movie is about the search for Adrina and Tyrone Campbell, a private investigator, who leads the search. He has two friends who assist him, Old Skool and Kung Fu. There is some name calling and disrespect shown toward a few characters so we are awarding the Dove Seal to it for ages twelve plus. This one speaks out on the important theme of forgiveness and these characters are unique.

For Ages 12 And Over

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