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Top 5 kung-fu/martial arts movies
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  • SwimSage Banned
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    I should've just made this thread instead of the western one.

    1. Police Story
    2. Fist of Legend
    3. The Perfect Weapon
    4. Way of the Dragon
    5. Drunken Master II

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    The Conqueror.

    How terrible, you are being violated in our guests mind sister.


  • Other Anime
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    1. Police Story
    2. Time and Tide
    3. Drunken Master
    4. Takashi Miike's Dead or Alive
    5. The Man of Tai Chi

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  • SwimNinja
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    The Legend
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    The Young Master
    The Raid: Redemption
    Heroic Trio

    "The enemy of my enemy is just another man standing in my way." -Nikita


  • SwimSage Banned
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    That's not a top 5.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    Chappi_The_Rabbit said:

    1. Time and Tide
    2. Takashi Miike's Dead or Alive

    I haven't seen either of these. Dead or Alive looks crazy and I wanted to see it actually but forgot about it.


  • Banned
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    I don't need 5.

    How terrible, you are being violated in our guests mind sister.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    I don't remember thinking much of The Legend but that was ages ago and I think it had a really bad dub iirc.
    The Raid though,


  • SwimSage Banned
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    I've never seen it. Is this the movie you're talking about?

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    1. Enter the Dragon
    2. Big Boss
    3. Meals on Wheels
    4. Police Story
    5. Way of the Dragon

    Im a big Bruce Lee fan.

    I still say this all the time:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffTLS2MPIFc

    "Have some Tee"

    The professor sat down, utterly defeated by the young man's overwhelming brilliance.
    That young man’s name?
    Albert Einstein.


  • SwimHero
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    1. enter the dragon
    2. ip man
    3. fist of legend
    4. drunken master
    5. bloodsport

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    Love this scene:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwPWDMvT21E

    "what was that? An exhibition? You need Emotional. Content... Try again..."

    The professor sat down, utterly defeated by the young man's overwhelming brilliance.
    That young man’s name?
    Albert Einstein.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    I'm seeing more Jackie Chan in these lists than I would have expected. Seems like people forget about him now that he's old and Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa have taken over. Wheels on Meals is a good one.


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    Meals on Wheels was my first Jackie Chan movie.
    Well, aside from Enter the Dragon... but that doesnt really count.

    The professor sat down, utterly defeated by the young man's overwhelming brilliance.
    That young man’s name?
    Albert Einstein.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    It's Wheels on Meals bruh, stop getting the title wrong.
    My first was Rumble in the Bronx.


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    Haha yeah, I keep thinking of the charity or whatever.
    Its been so long since Ive seen that movie.
    Damn good doe.

    Ill also put a special acknowledgement for Ip Man, Kung Fu hustle and Shaolin Soccer.
    Another 3 great movies.

    The professor sat down, utterly defeated by the young man's overwhelming brilliance.
    That young man’s name?
    Albert Einstein.


  • SwimHero
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    jackie chan kind of grew more of a comedic reputation more than a martial artist by the time i was a kid. sad to say but i will remember him more for rush hour and all his other movies more than i'll remember him in his martial art days.

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    Its funny cuz those are his most HATED movies.
    The Rush hour series, despite also being a guilty pleasure of mine, is the movies Chan wishes he never made... but that monies was too good.
    And that included Shanghai Noon.

    The professor sat down, utterly defeated by the young man's overwhelming brilliance.
    That young man’s name?
    Albert Einstein.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    The axe gang in Kung Fu Hustle.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    UncivillyPandaKa said:

    Its funny cuz those are his most HATED movies.
    The Rush hour series, despite also being a guilty pleasure of mine, is the movies Chan wishes he never made... but that monies was too good.
    And that included Shanghai Noon.

    I don't really care what he thinks, I do still like those movies. The one that's coming out with him and Johnny Knoxville looks like it could be amusing, or a rehash or Rush Hour. Not sure.


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    I think its mostly cuz he didnt much like Chris Tucker.
    I mean... i cant blame him...

    The professor sat down, utterly defeated by the young man's overwhelming brilliance.
    That young man’s name?
    Albert Einstein.


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