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What is your favorite all-time martial arts film and why?
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answered:    November 16, 2011
good question. Lots of possibilities....so I'll go per decade: 70's - Way of the Dragon (Bruce Lee), Drunken Master 60's- Come Drink with Me, Seven Samurai 80's- Armor of God, Police Story and Wheels on Meals 90's- Rumble in the Bronx, Legend of Drunken Master, Fist of Legend 2000's, SPL, Ip Man, Shadowless Sword, Fearless, Kiss of the Dragon, Arahan, Tom Yum Goong Let you know if I think of more....I've seen so many!
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November 16, 2011
Never heard of The Way of the Dragon? I saw Enter the Dragon and Return of The Dragon and Fists of Fury. Some of the others I am not familiar with. So none of the Jet Li films (Hero and Fearless come to mind) made your list?
November 16, 2011
Oh sorry, "Way of the Dragon" was called "Return of the Dragon" in the U.S. Fist of Legend and Fearless is up there. Hero I liked but I saw that as more of a period epic than actual martial arts.
 
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answered:    November 17, 2011
Enter the Dragon and Karate Kid ;p Enter the Dragon is awesome because both Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan are in it, it's the first Chinese movie done by a major Hollywood studio, and Bruce Lee rewrote the script and even directed the first fight scene...and the fight scenes...just an amazing film. Karate Kid was my first one and I loved the lessons that Mr. Miagi imparted to an 80s teenager. I still quote this one from time to time, mainly when I'm playing Fernando on Wii ;p (Give him the body bag!) or mix tapes (wax on, wax off)...
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