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reviewed Island of Fire. August 17, 2009
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Island on Fire was released in three different version, the Hong Kong theatrical run, the badly dubbed nonsensical U.S. version and the original two hour plus Taiwan cut. The best one out of the three …
reviewed The Man From Hong Kong. August 11, 2009
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The Man From Hong Kong was one of the few attempts that film makers and producers have made in trying to market Jimmy Wang Yu as an international star in the same vein as Bruce Lee. Even some film markets …
reviewed Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior. August 10, 2009
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Ong-Bak is a throwback film to the yesteryear of the glorious reign of Shaw Brothers action films and the rising productions of Golden Harvest. This is a straight forward, hard hitting no holds barred …
reviewed The Transporter. August 08, 2009
The Transporter
The Transporter was a fun action film that was directed by Jet Li's fight director Corey Yuen and it starred Jason Statham. Jason stars as Frank Martin. He's a hired gin who does driving jobs for a hefty …
reviewed Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon. May 14, 2009
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The Last Dragon is a cheesy action/romance film that was produced by Motown big wig Berry Gordy. The film was meant to be a starring vehicle for kung-fu performer Taimak and pop singer Vanity. Sadly Taimk …
reviewed The Delinquent. May 04, 2009
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The Delinquent is a Chang Cheh film set during the "modern" era circa 1973. A majority of the Shaw Brothers Action film productions were earlier costume productions. The delinquent was a hardcore violent …
reviewed Way of the Dragon (Meng long guojiang). May 01, 2009
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Way of the Dragon a.k.a. Return of the Dragon is the first and only film that Bruce Lee had managed to direct solo. He also was the co-action director, writer and actor. For this project, Bruce Lee set …
reviewed The Game of Death. May 01, 2009
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Game of Death was another film project that was a Warner Brothers and Golden Harvest joint production. Movie goers all around the world were still in shock from the sudden death of Bruce Lee. His last …
reviewed Game of Death II. May 01, 2009
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The Game of Death II "stars" Bruce Lee, Lee stumbles onto something big, real big! After a meeting with his spiritual adviser and staving off a couple of assaults, the dragon learns that his …
reviewed Sun Dragon. May 01, 2009
Sun Dragon
One of the great mysteries in martial arts film is why Billy Chong did not become a superstar of the genre, a question that will certainly perplex any of you who haven't heard of him and decide to check …
reviewed Na Cha the Great. May 01, 2009
Na Cha the Great
I've been waiting for over 30 years for someone to produce a good, clear, letter-boxed version of this movie, and BINGO! Red Sun has done it for me! Should you get yourself a copy of NA CHA THE GREAT? …
reviewed The Chinatown Kid. May 01, 2009
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  The Chinatown Kid (1977) is another masterpiece from Chang Cheh. Alexander Fu Sheng stars as Tang Dong, a bumpkin who illegally immigrates to Hong Kong (with the aid of his uncle) and works …
reviewed Jet Li's Fearless (2006). April 29, 2009
Jet Li's Fearless (Unrated Widescreen Edition)
This is one of the best martial arts films I have seen! This is a film that didn't give into the hokey symbolism and fantasy that seems to be prevalent in a lot of the Chinese period movies about the …
reviewed Enter the Dragon (movie). April 28, 2009
Enter the Dragon
Enter the Dragon (1973) was Bruce Lee's first (and only) solo big Hollywood production. Too bad he never got to see the fruits of his labor. He passed away during the film's post production (don't fret, …
reviewed The Forbidden Kingdom. April 09, 2009
The Forbidden Kingdom
The Forbidden Kingdom is a story about a martial arts movie fan who is taken away to ancient China to return a staff belonging to the Monkey King. It's a very nice story. The movie has lots of action …
reviewed The Forbidden Kingdom. March 21, 2009
The Forbidden Kingdom
Jet Li and Jackie Chan: two of Hong Kong's most renowned superstars. Who would win in a fight? Who's faster and more agile? This question has been in every Martial Arts fans' mind and this project has …
reviewed Fist Of Legend. March 20, 2009
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Fist Of Legend
…that's the way Gordon Chan's "FIST OF LEGEND" was dubbed before; it displays Chen as a little cocky, a little arrogant but honorable young man. Dragon Dynasty has restored the film's original language …
reviewed Enter the Dragon (movie). January 17, 2009
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Enter the Dragon
This review is the one that Amazon didn't want you to read and it's the reason that I'm currently on "lunch" break. The review I submitted to them was probably very similar to the one below, …
reviewed Shadowless Sword. December 21, 2008
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Shadowless Sword
   During the Korean New wave, the country has come out with real phenomenal dramas, horror, and a few swordplay epics. Two of the more successful films of Korean epics are the terrific adventure …
reviewed The Forbidden Kingdom. November 15, 2008
The Forbidden Kingdom
Short Attention Span Summary (SASS):     1. Jason is a Kung Fu movie fan   2. An encounter with an elderly Chinese storekeeper leads to a quest and a golden staff belonging …
reviewed The Forbidden Kingdom. October 25, 2008
The Forbidden Kingdom
One of the most famous myths out of Asia is that of the Monkey King. Found in all countries with a Buddhist tradition, this very long novel has never (to my knowledge) been translated into an English …
reviewed The Forbidden Kingdom. August 25, 2008
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The Forbidden Kingdom
Two of the biggest icons in 20th Century martial arts band together for the first time in a great adventure film. We are all familiar with Jet Li's work as being primarily serious and very intense, whereas …
reviewed Jet Li's Fearless (2006). July 03, 2007
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Jet Li's Fearless (Unrated Widescreen Edition)
Jet Li's 'Fearless' has all the best aspects you'd want from an Asian movie: combat with stunning movies that shuffle the deck, ancient, wise lessons, and exquisite beauty that lingers on like a butterfly. …
reviewed Jet Li's Fearless (2006). February 01, 2007
Jet Li's Fearless (Unrated Widescreen Edition)
What can us viewers do to change your mine?...O well I got to say that director Ronny Yu has made the right choice of casting Jet Li as Huo Yuan Jia, after Jet portrays Huang Fei Hong in his remarkable …
reviewed Jet Li's Fearless (2006). January 04, 2007
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Jet Li's Fearless (Unrated Widescreen Edition)
Jet Li has been an impressive presence in film as a martial arts practitioner and choreographer both in his native China and in his US films. He has selected FEARLESS as his final film as a martial artist …
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