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    Watched Fearless staring Jet Li and it was an excellent film. The story is about humility, discipline and pride. All traits that Cotto showed against Margarito. It was not about winning at all cost, as Cotto could not go on after their first fight. He trained hard, perfected his fighting style and executed perfectly to win the rematch convincingly. Then after the victory he did not celebrate but instead savoured the moment and brought back respect to himself and his family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Watched Fearless staring Jet Li and it was an excellent film. The story is about humility, discipline and pride. All traits that Cotto showed against Margarito. It was not about winning at all cost, as Cotto could not go on after their first fight. He trained hard, perfected his fighting style and executed perfectly to win the rematch convincingly. Then after the victory he did not celebrate but instead savoured the moment and brought back respect to himself and his family.
    For pure American Cheese, and I honestly shed a tear when I first watched this movie, I guess it was down to the sheer brilliance of actor Eric Roberts, Best of the Best

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    Blood Sport hands down.
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    Ong Back is great Tony Jaa is one badass dude! Muay Thai monster! The sequal is good too yet to see the third!

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    The first time I saw a Tony Jaa movie is 2 weeks ago in The Protector. He is really some badass dude. I wonder what it would be like if he and Bruce Lee were to fight.

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    basically, the great martial arts movies are made outside of hollywood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InTheNeutralCorner View Post
    The first time I saw a Tony Jaa movie is 2 weeks ago in The Protector. He is really some badass dude. I wonder what it would be like if he and Bruce Lee were to fight.
    That would be one crazy fight!
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    Just watched this movie today: Bodyguards and Assassins.

    Chinese language with English subtitle but worth it. Excellent movie. The storyline is superb.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattboxingfan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by InTheNeutralCorner View Post
    The first time I saw a Tony Jaa movie is 2 weeks ago in The Protector. He is really some badass dude. I wonder what it would be like if he and Bruce Lee were to fight.
    That would be one crazy fight!


    It was caught on YouTube apparently
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    The first time I saw a Tony Jaa movie is 2 weeks ago in The Protector. He is really some badass dude. I wonder what it would be like if he and Bruce Lee were to fight.
    That would be one crazy fight!


    It was caught on YouTube apparently
    It must be painful to be that other guy.

    Tony Jaa is another Asian martial artist who can make it big in Hollywood. But I haven't even heard of him until I saw his movie.

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    I've been watching few almost unknown Thai martial arts films, not that I watch these stuffs anymore but just to please my partner who really enjoys watching 'em, and except for their very cheap looking production and scenes, I was really surprised how good their martial arts were, both the choreography and the artists. They are almost at par with the best. And there's this teenage girl in a movie titled 'Chocolate' who's as good as some of her male counterparts. Check 'em out if you're a serious martial arts film enthusiast.
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    Definitely goes to Ip Man. It was a damn awesome experience to watch it. Not really digging the sequel though.

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