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Again I am organising my discs, accumulating and selling some

So I would appreciate some help in asking friends here to recommend their favourite kung fu movies of any language. Thanks

 

My own fav:

 

- Wong Fei Hung I to III

- Swordsman I

- Chinese Ghose Story I and II

- Legend of Wisely

- FongSai Yuk I and II

- Iron Monkey

- Shaolin Temple

- Shaolin Soccer

 

 

I disliked the whole story of a few like Hero and the Flying Daggers show, but some particular scenes were very impressive:

 

 

- between Jet Li and Donny Yen in Hero (only 2 people who really knew how to fight)

- the Dance scene in Fly Daggers

- the chase scene in Crounching Tiger (between M Yeoh and Xhang ZY)

- the final fight scene in Dragon from Russia (Sam Hui)

- between Jackie Chan and Benny Urquidez (Dragons Forever)

- Gorgeous (Jackie Chan - the opponent executes a triple kick in mid-air)

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhXwPQU1iNo

 

[youtube=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FMqo_udPh4

 

 

 

 

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Thought about Fearless, but the stunts didn't quite captivate, sa compared to his older hits, where his agility shone through.

 

 

Hi, like to add Fearless (Huo Yuan Jia) to your list...  :P

 

Countless fight scenes in the ring + a gruesome battle in a restaurant that later led to his immense grief...

 

 

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folks,

 

sorry it's a little of thread but i've watched a kung-fu movie back in the 80s, can remember the story but never knew the title. wonder if any bros here have seen it b4.

 

story is  during the late Qing Dynasty, where martial arts is forbidden due to insurrection. the older guy was having a day job as a Chinese opera singer but his night job is wing chun master. He is hiding from Qing govt assasins and at same time is sick with TB. so he is looking for a disciple to carry on the wing chun name. can't remember who is the young man who ends up as his disciple. The older guy was killed & in the end the young guy avenged his death.

 

anyone can knows this show?

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Can't remember whether its ong bak or tom yam goon.

 

The guy fight from under the staircase all the way up till the 3rd or 4th floor in one swift camera shot with no editing.

 

I read somewhere it holds the record of the longest fight scene without edit. Thats one hack of a fight :)

 

 

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You may want to wiki or google for movies by Gordon Chan and David Chiang, they were really prolific, so thats a good place to start.

I find yesasia.com also helpful

 

 

folks,

 

sorry it's a little of thread but i've watched a kung-fu movie back in the 80s, can remember the story but never knew the title. wonder if any bros here have seen it b4.

 

story is  during the late Qing Dynasty, where martial arts is forbidden due to insurrection. the older guy was having a day job as a Chinese opera singer but his night job is wing chun master. He is hiding from Qing govt assasins and at same time is sick with TB. so he is looking for a disciple to carry on the wing chun name. can't remember who is the young man who ends up as his disciple. The older guy was killed & in the end the young guy avenged his death.

 

anyone can knows this show?

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Can't remember whether its ong bak or tom yam goon.

 

The guy fight from under the staircase all the way up till the 3rd or 4th floor in one swift camera shot with no editing.

 

I read somewhere it holds the record of the longest fight scene without edit. Thats one hack of a fight :)

 

 

Should be Tom Yam Goon ... havent watch it yet but I was at the press conference for this movie and it was one of the highlight pointed out by Tony Jaa

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