Tag: Donnie Yen

Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

Seven Swords 2005: An Martial Arts Epic Movie Adapted From The Famous Novel Of The Same Name

Leading into its release in the fall of 2005 Tsui Hark’s Seven Swords was one of the most anticipated films of the year. One that many felt…

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Posted in Martial Art News & Events

Donnie Yen Is Coming Back in IP Man 4

If ain’t broke, don’t fix it! That seems to be the theory with the very popular martial arts franchise Ip Man (Diep Van) at this point,…

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Shanghai Affairs Review: A 1990s Martial Arts Movie Directed by Donnie Yen

Donnie Yen stars as a righteously-inclined doctor who, with his young assistant, travels to a distant town to set up a new practice. Almost immediately,…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

Ip Man 2008: One Of The Best Contemporary Martial Arts Movies

Ip Man is the award winning film adaptation about the life story of Ip Man. The grand master of the Wing Chun style of kung…

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Ip Man 2 Review: The Martial Arts Movie It Worth To Watching

Ip Man 2 is inferior to the first film but there’s enough martial arts action to make it worth seeking out. The first Ip Man…

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Posted in Great Movies Martial Art

Legend Of The Wolf: Kungfu in movie is a highlight, but the best is the sequence

It really sucks whenever films are re-titled in the U.S. Let’s take this film for example, originally it was called Legend of the Wolf (Vietnamese…

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Legend of the Wolf: An Impressive Martial Arts Movie Directed And Starred by Donnie Yen

Donnie Yen: the Dolph Lundgren of Hong Kong cinema. The Boston-bred brat finally proves himself with this one, an old-school type kung-fu flick with a…

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Bodyguards and Assassins: A Far East Surprisingly Action Drama

In many respects “Bodyguards and Assassins” isn’t what you probably expect it to be. But maybe this even makes the movie a better one. Sure,…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Great Movies Martial Art

“Bodyguards & Assassins” is a labor of love from director Teddy Chan

Donnie Yen continues his quest to remind global audiences that Hong Kong is number one when it comes to action with 2009’s historical epic “Bodyguards…

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Wu Jing Thanks Donnie Yen For Past Underestimate

The China martial arts star Wu Jing recently laughed when asked to express his thoughts about a statement fellow martial arts actor Donnie Yen allegedly…

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