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    Default Favorite Kung-Fu Film

    Mine has gotta be Revenge of the Patriots

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    fearless, peaceful warrior (not really a kung-fu movie, more about martial arts philosophy in a sort of westernized perspective.. worth a watch, but the book was a lot better.), chocolate (that little girl is crazy..), 5 element chinese super ninja (winner of most epic title, and wierdest plot), tai chi master, 7 tai chi disciples, ong bak, every bruce lee movie and documentary known to man.... kill buljo
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    shaolin master killer


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    Thats a hard one, I have quite a few.



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    5 deadly venoms, five fingers of death, master of the flying guillotine

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    its outta 36 chambers & flying guilotine, but its probably 36 chambers

    honurable mention and shout out to shogun assassin even though it ain't really a kung fu film
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    enter the 36 chambers
    5 deadly venoms
    ip 1 & 2
    ong bak
    fearless
    new police story


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    yeah i want to see that ong bak shit, i heard that shits is gully
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    right now,its ip man2

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    Quote Originally Posted by LONDON! View Post
    yeah i want to see that ong bak shit, i heard that shits is gully
    You definitely need to watch Ong Bak.

    Tony Jaa is a complete badass.






    As for my favorite Kung-Fu flick it's gotta be:




    The Ghost-Faced Killer's techniques are poetry in motion.
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    i gotta see that shit


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    I've only seen a few old skool movies but mine has gotta be Jet Li's "Twin Warriors" purely because of the Tai Chi scenes

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    gotta go with Mystery of Chessboxing. the Ghost Faced Killer is the best villain I've ever seen in kung-fu movies. he's like the nazi Aldo in Inglorious Basterds, he carries the whole movie with his presence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumm Ra View Post
    i gotta see that shit

    Watch 7 Grandmasters first, if you haven't already.

    It's the same principle Actors and Director of chess Boxing.

    Chess boxing isn't quite a sequel to Grandmasters, more like a spiritual successor.


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