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    FantasyStrike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    I personally like how The One was thought out. Make's you really wonder...

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    twinseternal is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    My favorite is Hero.

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    The Game of Death.

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    Mr. Noodles is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    No doubt classics were good.
    Jet Li's Once Upon a time in China series was great, he did most of his stunts there and I couldn't believe that he did (his stunts were like those from ong bak where he spins in the air a couple of times then hit the enemy). Plus it looked graceful cos it was Kung-Fu. The only thing that let it down was the extensive use of wirework, it makes the scene crappy.
    Jackie Chan's movies were also good like Who am I? and Drunken master, just can't pass up having comedy mixed with Martial Arts.
    Bruce Lee movies were also good except that the fight scenes and story were quite lame. But still it was good to see how the pioneer of Kung-fu movies did it.

    And now going into new school Martial Arts films. Tony jaa movies are great except that the story was lame, but damn fight scenes are phenomenal!!!! I heard he's gona be in Drunken Master with Jackie Chan being the master. It'll be good to see cos with jackie we should be given a good plot and story.
    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....................

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    I think I'm just a bit of whore when its comes to martial arts films as I like pretty much all of em. I'd agree with the ones previously mentioned, like the Once upon a time in China trilogy (the bit where he broke that teacup on the little bastard kid's head was awesome, as was the backhand of doom), Rumble in the Bronx, Way of, and Enter, the Dragon, Fist of Fury, House of Flying Daggers and so on.

    Having said that I still consider the fighting in Ong Bak to be the greatest I've seen to date. Even more so when you take into consideration the lack of wire-work or CGI. Also I wouldn't have said the story was any more dumb or whatever than any other martial arts film. The main annoying point was the whiney shrieking from that fucking Banshee that was with "Dirty Balls" Humlae.

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    Mr. Noodles is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    Yeh no doubt ONg bak nd tom Yum goong was good fightwise. In fact sum critics were complanin about lack of CG in Ong Bak, but i rekon it was stupid adding CG in TYG (especially the helicopter scene so LAME!!)

    And wat do u guys think about Shoalin Soccer nd Kung-Fu Hustle. I thought it was good comedy-wise, fight-wise (except 4 shoalin soccer) nd da use of CG in both movies was great!!!
    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....................

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    I remember I liked Armor of God but for some reason I have no idea what it's about.

    I just want to see see Chan and Li in a movie together.

    That would be cool...
    Are you happy? I am happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozarugold View Post
    I remember I liked Armor of God but for some reason I have no idea what it's about.

    I just want to see see Chan and Li in a movie together.

    That would be cool...
    Well, they're currently working on a movie together, based on Journey to the West (which also inspired Dragonball)

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    although story isn't important in a martial arts movie, it has to be somewhat decent. I mean Ong Bak and Tom Yun Goong had horrible stories, but the journey from fight to fight was acceptable.

    The One, had an interesting concept and decent fighting, however the movie had the potential to have a good story, but it feel so short which was dissapointing which made it a bad. House of Flying Daggers was just a bad movie.

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    Kung Fu Hustle and Shaolin Soccer.


 

 
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