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Kung Fu League: The Film Starts Surprisingly Well But End Not So Good

Comic book artist Fei (Ashin) humbly works in a publishing company, hoping that one day his work will reach a greater audience. While this is…

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God of War: Gordon Chan’s Martial-Arts Epic With The Two Star Vincent Zhao and Sammo Hung

A genre that dominated the 00’s in China and culminated with the massive success of John Woo’s Red Cliff. And Peter Chan’s The Warlords. The war epic has been…

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Seven Swords Review: Donnie Yen become a Warrior with Great Sword Skills

Seven warriors come together to protect a village from a diabolical General. Leading into its release in the fall of 2005 Tsui Hark’s Seven Swords was one…

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Shanghai Affairs Review: The Most Martial Arts Movie Directed by Donnie Yen

Third in the Donnie Yen canon is the most coherent, but most mundane. A reworking of Bruce Lee’s Big Boss, it’s easily the most accessible…

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14 Blades 2010: Donnie Yen Finally Discovers the 15th Blade Put There By the Weinsteins

A proactive Chinese emperor develops his own secret service protection unit in the form of street orphans trained to be elite martial artists. The Jinyiwei…

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Fatal Move 2008: A Hong Kong Action Flick Is Sometimes Enough To Entertain

Fatal Move is probably hotly-anticipated by international Hong Kong film fans, who may salivate when they hear of the film’s mixture of triad film trappings,…

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Choy Lee Fut 2011: Sammo Hung Bring a Kung Fu Style With Powerful Hand Techniques

Choy Lay Fut (also spelled Choy Lee Fut and Choy Li Fut) is a southern style of kung fu that emphasizes long range striking along with continuous and…

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Kung Fu League 2018: The Martial Arts Flick Have Four of China’s Super Star

Kung Fu League has a fun concept and isn’t without its moments but the ridiculous finale and ropey visuals will put many viewers off. it…

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Swordsman 2: Jet Li’s martial arts with Mix of History, Spirituality

Action master Ching Siu-tung’s bonkers sequel boasts crackling kung fu choreography, prodigious violence. When ‘Swordsman’ proved to a surprise hit throughout global art-house cinemas. A…

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Flash Point 2007: A Great Film in The Traditional Sense From Donnie Yen

“Flashpoint” is such a good thriller for so much of its length that it’s kind of a betrayal when the ending falls apart. Even as…

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