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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    There's to many to name but
    Fist of Legend with Jet Li I can watch over and over.
    Lionheart and Bloodsport
    The Perfect Weapon

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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    There's to many to name but
    Fist of Legend with Jet Li I can watch over and over.
    Lionheart and Bloodsport
    The Perfect Weapon
    I have not watched that one but have watched Jet Li in Fearless, that was excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    There's to many to name but
    Fist of Legend with Jet Li I can watch over and over.
    Lionheart and Bloodsport
    The Perfect Weapon
    I have not watched that one but have watched Jet Li in Fearless, that was excellent.
    Of all the martial art films I've watched - not much though - I think this movie had one of the most realistic choreography, of course, minus the usual theatrics or exaggerations; that is, if the viewers really understand the sport, though...
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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    36th Chamber of Shaolin
    Shaolin vs Wu tang
    Man with the Flying Guillotine

    Most by Dragon Dynasty and Shaw Brothers are quality Martial Arts films.

    Ong Bak 2 has my favorite fight scene ever.
    I love Lionheart it's a classic, as well as Bloodsport. Even though the quality of fights were not the best.

    I'll post back here later.

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    I've been a Jet Li fan since "Lethal Weapon 4". I also liked "Kiss of the Dragon" a lot.
    The movie itself has to appeal to me, as well as the fight scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    I've been a Jet Li fan since "Lethal Weapon 4". I also liked "Kiss of the Dragon" a lot.
    The movie itself has to appeal to me, as well as the fight scenes.
    Agreed I thought Jet Li stole the show in LW4. Also some of the fight scenes in the Transporter movies are pretty good with Jason Statham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    There's to many to name but
    Fist of Legend with Jet Li I can watch over and over.
    Lionheart and Bloodsport
    The Perfect Weapon
    I have not watched that one but have watched Jet Li in Fearless, that was excellent.
    Fearless was good also. Has anyone checked out Forbidden Kingdom with Jackie Chan and Jet Li? I have heard mixed reviews on this movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    I've been a Jet Li fan since "Lethal Weapon 4". I also liked "Kiss of the Dragon" a lot.
    The movie itself has to appeal to me, as well as the fight scenes.
    Agreed I thought Jet Li stole the show in LW4. Also some of the fight scenes in the Transporter movies are pretty good with Jason Statham.

    Didn't Jet Li and Statham do a movie together not too long ago? If they did, I missed it.
    Must've had some pretty good fight scenes, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    I've been a Jet Li fan since "Lethal Weapon 4". I also liked "Kiss of the Dragon" a lot.
    The movie itself has to appeal to me, as well as the fight scenes.
    Agreed I thought Jet Li stole the show in LW4. Also some of the fight scenes in the Transporter movies are pretty good with Jason Statham.

    Didn't Jet Li and Statham do a movie together not too long ago? If they did, I missed it.
    Must've had some pretty good fight scenes, too.
    Its called War and I have not seen that 1 yet either. I think its on Netflix so I might check that out.

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    Watched Red Cliff, not strictly martial arts but Chinese war story directed by John Woo. Absolutely beautiful shorting of the film.
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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    There's to many to name but
    Fist of Legend with Jet Li I can watch over and over.
    Lionheart and Bloodsport
    The Perfect Weapon
    I have not watched that one but have watched Jet Li in Fearless, that was excellent.
    Fearless was good also. Has anyone checked out Forbidden Kingdom with Jackie Chan and Jet Li? I have heard mixed reviews on this movie.
    It was ok.

    The fight scenes are the saving grace of the show. Story line was not bad.

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    ...when ol' Bruce just became famous in Japan, me and my friends went to watch his movies in the city of Naha. After watching couple of them, we were still not that familiar with Bruce and so on the third movie, we started to notice, 'hey guys, don't you think Bruce kinda look odd today, he looks a bit different.' No wonder, it was just a start of series of fakish Hongkong made Bruce Lee movies. Then, being the only one who could read English there among the gang (I was a so-called military brat then), I said, hey guys, it's miss-spelled, Bruce Li...and up to Bruce Le down the road. You see fellas, in Japanese alphabet, the Li, Le etc., are all spelled the same as Lee, and so the Japanese kids were all fooled into thinking that they were going to watch the real Bruce, not the macoy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jon09 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    I've been a Jet Li fan since "Lethal Weapon 4". I also liked "Kiss of the Dragon" a lot.
    The movie itself has to appeal to me, as well as the fight scenes.
    Agreed I thought Jet Li stole the show in LW4. Also some of the fight scenes in the Transporter movies are pretty good with Jason Statham.

    Didn't Jet Li and Statham do a movie together not too long ago? If they did, I missed it.
    Must've had some pretty good fight scenes, too.
    Its called War and I have not seen that 1 yet either. I think its on Netflix so I might check that out.
    Yes I watched it now it was on Film 4 quite a while back, I do not like Statham but the movie was good.
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    Meals on wheels.
    Fight scene at end with jackie chan and benny.
    Epic

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    Have Sword, Will Travel. Hilarious flick.

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