Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D gives a lung-busting full debut to the Marvel Comics character Colonel Nick Fury (Played by the legendary David Hasselhoff), army hero and super-spy. Brought to the small screen by David S. Goyer, writer of Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy and Superman: Man of Steel.
Fury is brought back into the fold after his exile in the Yukon in order to fight the terrorist organisation HYDRA. Following in the footsteps of her father, Baron Von Strucker, Andrea von Strucker or 'Viper' has taken an extremely deadly virus and threatened to use it on America. Can Fury take them down? TP
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Samuel L Jackson may be the new Nick Fury, but you will never beat the original David Hasslehoff. May not be the best actor, may not be the best Singer, but the man has a talent for being the biggest cheese around and you have to love him for it. if you love the Hoff or just want to see the best adaptation of Nick Fury, then this is a must. You cant help but love it.
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Good film, some bits are tongue in cheek, but enjoyable
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