Best Kung-Fu Movies?

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  1. Under_Fire

    Under_Fire Duck and Run

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    as title states. im talking like bruce lee style stuff, not rush hour or anything "domestic".
     
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    {WBK}Blood_Lust New Member

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    Here's my top 5, not necassarily in order.



    The Shaolin Temple (1982)

    Enter the Dragon (1973)

    Shaolin Master Killer a.k.a. Master Killer, 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978)

    The Chinese Connection a.k.a. Fist of Fury (1972)

    Kill and Kill Again (1981)
     
  3. johnny

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    werd, that movie is awesome.

    Add that one to these four:


    Shaolin Challenges Ninja (aka Heroes of the East)
    http://www.hkcinema.co.uk/Reviews/shaolinninja.html

    Chinese Super Ninjas (aka Five-Element Ninjas)
    http://www.hkcinema.co.uk/Reviews/chinesesuperninja.html

    The Prodigal Son (aka Pull No Punches)
    http://www.kungfucinema.com/reviews/prodigalson.htm

    The Eighteen Bronzemen
    http://www.kungfucinema.com/reviews/eighteenbronzemen.htm


    Those are top of the heap. There are several other good ones from the era. Check back after you have watched what we suggested.
     
  4. dead weight

    dead weight New Member

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    Enter the Dragon and Drunken Master
     
  5. johnny

    johnny shit, baby

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    :bowdown: Simon Yuen...way better than the sequel...fucking cool flick :bowdown:


    Sleeping Fist is another YOU may like.
     
  6. no come down

    no come down ..... and in this place you'll see me OT Supporter

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    ong bak is good
     
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    even though it's not classified as a "classic" kung fu movie, i really loved kung fu hustle. i thought it paid due homage to the greats, while still carving out its own niche. plus, it was hella funny.
     

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