YMMV / Kung Pow! Enter the Fist
Big-Lipped Alligator Moment:
The infamous cow fight scene.
Instead of her normal "Weeoooh", there are two random moments where Ling lets out a quack.
The intermission, which feels like the similar gag from turned Monty Python and the Holy Grail Up to 11.
That weird creature that is on screen for two seconds before running off in the background just before the cow scene.
Critical Dissonance: The film was received poorly by critics, but is a Cult Classic for its lowbrow comedy and So Bad, It's Good nature.
Ear Worm: We are both ventriloquists...
Ensemble Darkhorse: Wimp Lo and the Store Owner.
Fountain of Memes: It is an incredibly quotable movie.
Hilarious in Hindsight: Weeeeoooh! 
"I implore you to reconsider" became a minor one. In the movie, Oedekerk's character says the line in a calm voice, even though he can be seen yelling onscreen. For a time, it was common to caption an image of a character yelling with the phrase.
Streaming the movie whenever it's referenced on /v/.
Older Than They Think: The general concept (that is, a Gag Dub of a Hong Kong movie) was done in the early Woody Allen film . What's Up, Tiger Lily? Kung Pow was a much more ambitious undertaking, however, due to the extensive use of special effects, and there are many brand new scenes throughout.
One-Scene Wonder: The Store Owner, he's got three lines in the entire film, and he's still one of the most memorable and beloved characters in it.
Whoa, the woman with one breast who comes to test the Chosen One's prowess.
And the two ventriloquists.
So Bad, It's Good: If you have the right mindset for it, at least.
Special Effects Failure: The film does run on Rule of Funny after all.
The CGI cow and everything it does.
There are some shots that most viewers wouldn't notice on a first viewing where Steve Oedekerk's face isn't superimposed over the original actor's face.
Uncanny Valley: Moon Yu and the baby Chosen one.