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Top Ten Fight Scenes? I could come up with a Top 100 But....

  • Mar 17, 2009
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...unfortunately my resources in youtube are limited.

So I'll have to make do with what I have....

Not in particular Order:

Bruce Lee vs. Chuck Norris in Way of the Dragon....


Donnie Yen vs. Sammo Hung. in SPL....

IP MAN (all fights)


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Aragami Final fight...sorry, nothing on youtube.

Kung Fu Hustle Final Fight by Yuen Woo-Ping

Azumi--better than "Kill Bill" in pure finesse....

Blade-Opening scene and all of them...

Shinobi Heart Under Blade


Fist of Legend Dojo Fight

Legend of Drunken Master: Final Fight

Ride of the Rohan:

Shadowless Sword...

Donnie Yen vs. Wu Jing fight...In SPL aka. Killzone

There are about 60 more I could probably include in my list of fight scenes--Tony Jaa, LOTR's siege on Helm's Deep, Kingdom of Heaven's final battle scene...

But I guess I'll have to make the list off the top of my head. I can probably use up all of Lunch's space...LOL

Hope you like them....

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January 08, 2011
Nice list. Glad to see that we both like Jackie Chan vs Ken Lo from Drunken Master 2.
January 08, 2011
I love that one!!
May 19, 2010
Excellent list man
March 17, 2009
You know I could probably do a list of just the top 20 sword fight scenes. Limiting it to fight scenes is first of all, too vague and second of all, too hard to choose. I mean I could list hand-to-hand fights, sword fights, shootouts, big battle scenes, aerial dog fights, etc. Too many to choose from, it's making my head spin.
March 17, 2009
I know what you mean...ha ha! heck I thought about something else...much like "cinema's hottest moments" but I think it may be tooo much of a touchy subject. I'll talk to you later, I'm at home with a very bad cold. I rented a few titles such as "Milk" and "Punisher War Zone" I think I'll just waste my time watchinh them, but hey, I'm home...
March 17, 2009
I just saw "Milk" last night and I loved it. Doubt I could ever say the same about "Punisher: War Zone". So, Woopak's feeling ill. It wasn't the beans was it? Hurm... hurm. LOL!
March 17, 2009
I think I may write a review for "Warzone" just to slam it.
March 17, 2009
Hmmm I counted more than 10 =). But still a great list. I'm surprised you didn't put the final scene of flashpoint on your list. I'm assuming you've watched it before since you seem like a donnie yen fan like myself.
March 17, 2009
I was going to, but Yen had already almost dominated the list seeing as his films are more recent. I'd like to make a list with a good variety of Korean, Japanese,Chinese and Hollywood fights.
March 17, 2009
Good stuff, but for some weird reason the clips aren't showing up on my end. Too bad. I really may have to write up a review (or reviews) on this. Really, Trashie's on to a great idea here. I could do a list like this for just about every genre I can think of. Oh, and Woo... where's the Kurosawa. The final showdown from Yojimbo should be on here somewhere. But then again with your knowledge of Asian cinema and martial arts films in particular, you could probably devote an entire list to sword fight scenes samurai films... in fact that's not a bad idea.
March 17, 2009
hey, Count, I intentionally left out the classic samurai films...I do have an idea with those in mind. Come to think of it, it is time for me to review "Yojimbo" and "Sanjuro"...
March 17, 2009
Okay, this probably is a sure sign that I'm a complete Kurosawa freak, but I just cheered after reading that you're contemplating reviews for "Yojimbo" and "Sanjuro". Two of my all-time favorite samurai films. Way to go, Woo!
March 17, 2009
I originally had those reviews planned for review #'s 250 and 275 in amazon, but it never came to fruition. Much of my knowledge from samurai movies have been imparted to me by a friend of mine (also my sensei in martial arts, but I'm the only one he taught outside his bloodline) who actually saw these movies in the theaters.
March 17, 2009
Out of curiosity, why #250 and #275? Do those specific numbers hold some significance that I'm unaware of?
March 17, 2009
Not really, amazon friends Jenny and Dave came up with the idea that we should write tribute reviews for those numbers. But you know what happened, amazon cramped our style...
March 17, 2009
Any word on gathering up signatures for the petition? I've mentioned it to a number of reviewers but I haven't heard anything back as of yet.
March 17, 2009
That was a fun list. Wish I could make one. I'd rather make a list of dream matches. For instance I would have liked to have seen Bruce Lee really take on Sammo in a movie fight, not that little bit of nothing we got in ENTER THE DRAGON. Or Bruce vs Billy Chong who I still maintain was sadly underrated.
March 17, 2009
hey, Karen. I know what you mean I also have a ton of dream matches that I can dream of. Sammo was 19 when they shot "Enter the Dragon"...I would love to see Jet Li mix it up against Chan and Yen--in a three way match.
March 18, 2009
Yeah and he was already an estalished star as opposed to Jackie who just rated getting his neck broken in the cavern scene. I didn't even notice that it was Jackie the first 10 or 12 times I saw it!
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