Whats your favorite Martial Arts movies ?

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  1. Xue Sheng

    Xue Sheng All weight is underside

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    Kung fu Panda

    A Force of One
    Forced Vengeance
    Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen
    The One
    The Lost Bladesman
    Ip Man (1)
    Enter the Dragon
    Tai Chi Master aka "Twin Warriors
    The Forbidden Kingdom
    Several Jackie Chan Movies
     
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  2. Kong Soo Do

    Kong Soo Do IKSDA Director

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    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
    Circle of Iron
    Enter the Dragon
    Best of the Best
    Karate Kid (original)
     
  3. Mark Lynn

    Mark Lynn Master Black Belt

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    I was surprised not to see
    The Last Dragon
    Gymkata
    Kill or be Killed
    Kill and Kill Again

    listed :)
     
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    Egon Yellow Belt

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  5. arnisador

    arnisador Sr. Grandmaster

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    Did they make any more after Enter the Dragon?

    Well...Good Guys Wear Black, Kill and Kill Again, Snake in the Eagle's Shadow, The Mighty Quinn (capoeira), ...
     
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    Azumi 1 & 2
    Revenge of the ninja (sho kosugi)
    ninja 3 the domination (sho kosugi)
    Ip Man
    The Hunted (Christophe Lambert)
    Best of the best
    Perfect weapon
    the raid: redemption
    American Samurai
    B13 (french movie)
    Undisputed 2-3
    so many more...
     
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    B13 has been released in English speaking countries as District 13.
     
  8. Black Belt Jedi

    Black Belt Jedi Blue Belt

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    I saw the Three Musketeers recently on Blu-ray. That's a cool movie featuring some of the baddest Fencing duels. Very recommended view.
     
  9. Omar B

    Omar B Senior Master

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    Best sword fights in movies in the recent history was Conan The Barbarian. F-in brutal.
     
  10. elder999

    elder999 El Oso de Dios!

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    I was 12, and saw this at the drive-in with my dad an my brother...it as awesome!



    Just fast forward to about 1:13, and watch the last 20 minutes or so.......With two arms, you use one sword; with one arm, you use three!!! :lfao:
     
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    elder999 El Oso de Dios!

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    Steven Seagal as Detective Gino Felino ( :lfao: ), duking it out with his escrima teacher, Guru Dan Inosanto, in Out for Justice:

     
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    elder999 El Oso de Dios!

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    Not a martial art movie, but easily one of the most intese brawl scenes in cinema, from William Peter Blatty's Twinkle, Twinkle, Killer Kane-rereleased as The Ninth Configuration:

     
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    elder999 El Oso de Dios!

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    Surprised Fist of Fury didn't get mentioned more:

     
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    elder999 El Oso de Dios!

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    Brandon Lee's finest really was Rapid Fire:

     
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    blindsage Master of Arts

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    Some I don't think anybody mentioned:

    FIVE DEADLY VENOMS!!!!


    Unleashed


    James Bond: Goldeneye


    Brotherhood of the Wolf


    Equilibrium (gun katas are awesome!)


    ......aaaannnnndddddd, of course, Roadhouse
     
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    The Karate Kid 5? they only made 4 movies in this series, If you are refering to the Smith Dynasty Movie then that's a completely separate movie and shouldn't really be associated with the originals - the only reason why it was called Karate Kid in the Western Cinema was due to Copyright (ref to Kung Fu Panda), In Asian Cinema it is known as "The KungFu Kid"
     
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    Must I even young Conan? Brutality unleashed.

     
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    Too many but I will list a few..

    Drunken Master II- Jackie Chan (the US version is not as good..)
    Kuro Obi aka Black Belt
    Way of the Dragon
    Perfect Weapon
    Wheels on Meals
    The Karate Kid (1984 version)
    Karate Bullfighter
    Rocky Balboa
     
  19. Taekwonjojo92

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    This is Hard... I know this post is old too, but oh we'll

    No particular order
    Enter The Dragon
    The Last Dragon
    The Karate Kid
    Best Of The Best 1
    Showdown In Little Tokyo aaaaahh!!! It's too hard :/ if I had to choose 5 I guess those will be it. Top 10 would be easier to do.
     
  20. evenflow1121

    evenflow1121 2nd Black Belt

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    The Last Dragon123
     

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