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The gang is back for their latest mission in The Expendables 2, this time with Belgium's legendary kicking machine Jean-Claude Van Damme, Scott Adkins, Liam Hemsworth, and Chuck Norris joining in. For the second film, Barney Ross now leads the team against underworld arms dealer Jean Vilain (Jean-Claude Van Damme) to avenge the killing of their newest member and stop Vilain from getting his hands on a mine full of plutonium. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis return in expanded roles from their earlier cameos in The Expendables, coyly referencing their trademark Terminator and Die Hard catchphrases. Jean-Claude Van Damme also made a return to big-screen blockbusters as Vilain, and Scott Adkins continued his rise to the mainstream action star he's become today. Jet Li had some scheduling conflicts, but despite his brief presence, he still got in one great martial arts fight that's the highlight of the movie's explosive opening set piece. It stands as Li's finest hour in The Expendables franchise, while The Expendables 2 stands as the series' champ.
The Forbidden Kingdom was the one fans had been dying to see for decades - the first big-screen team-up of Jet Li and his fellow kung fu legend Jackie Chan, and in 2008, the world finally got it wrapped in screenwriter John Fusco's ode to Wu Cheng'en's classic novel Journey to the West. Kung fu-obsessed American teenager Jason Tripitikas (Michael Angarano) finds himself transported back to Ancient China by a golden staff, belonging to the mythical warrior the Monkey King (Jet Li). With the help of wandering immortal Lu Yan (Jackie Chan), Golden Sparrow (Liu Yifei), and Silent Monk (also Jet Li), Jason embarks on a mission to free the Monkey King to defeat the Jade Warlord (Collin Chou). The opening credits of The Forbidden Kingdom set the tone of the film as essentially a Shaw Brothers movie for modern times, and Yuen Woo-ping's fight choreography is stunning as ever. Of course, the big-ticket item was seeing Li and Chan do battle before joining forces, and The Forbidden Kingdom does not disappoint here. Chan commented on the remarkable ease he felt shooting his fight with Li, and like The Forbidden Kingdom as a whole, it's a joy to see Li and Chan in a kung fu duel and becoming heroic allies for the first time.
Unleashed puts a very different spin on Li's usual fighting style, with far more feral battles than Li's done before or since, but no less breathtaking. The introductory smackdown, the swimming pool fight (which also features none other than Scott Adkins before his rise to stardom) and a heart-racing showdown with Michael Lambert's sword-wielding assassin are the standouts, while the movie's dramatic side sees Li give perhaps the best performance of his career as a killing machine who gradually regains the humanity that was stolen from him with his new family. Jet Li's as much of a martial arts movie legend in the West as in the East, and when it comes to his filmography in the former, Unleashed takes a very well-deserved first place.
2 King Of Kung Fu: Top 10 Jet Li Movies. From time to time, I like to do features about my favorite top 10 movies for certain actors, and this time, it s kung fu legend Jet Li. I hope you enjoy my top 10 list and remember, these are only my choices, everyone will have a different top : Fong Sai Yuk (1993) Director:Corey Yuen Cast:Michelle Reis, Vincent Chiu, Josephine Siao, Peer Chan, Adam Cheng, Sibelle Hu. 9: The Warlords (2007) Director:Peter Chan Cast:Andy Lau, Kaneshiro Takeshi. 8: Kiss Of The Dragon (2001) Director:Chris Nahon Cast:Bridget Fonda, Sam Wong Shum. 7: Once Upon A Time In China II (1993) Director:Tsui Hark Cast:Donnie Yen, Rosamund Kwan, David Chiang, Hung Yan Yan, Max Mok. 6: Last Hero In China (1993) Director:Wong Jing Cast:Gordon Liu, Leung Kar Yan, Nat Chan, Chung Fat. You may also like. Cinema of Bengal: A Historical Narrative (Part II) Film Review: A Dirty Carnival (2006) by Yoo Ha. Film Review: Street Mobster (1972) by Kinji Fukasaku. Tibetan Director, Pema Tseden s, Tharlo, to DVD February 14, Music Video: The Main Theme from The Road Home. Be like Tada Takahashi! Interview with Manabu Oda. About the author. kingofkungfu. Hi my name is Justyn Hughes, I have been involved or watched martial art kung fu movies most my life. I started muay thai when i was around 4-5 years old for ten years. I became a fan of kung fu flicks after watching prodigal Son in the mid 90's and that blew me away. Some of my favorite stars are: Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, lam Ching Ying, Lau Kar Leung, Ti Lung, David Chiang, Chen Kuan Tai and many more. King Of Kung Fu (Justyn Hughes) Favorite movie: The prodigal Son. i have a soft spot for My father is a hero another good movie he has done some great films :) I m surprised Last Hero in China made it onto your list seeing as how it s a parody of the Once Upon a Time in China flicks! If it were me, I d replace that with The Evil Cult, Hero with Swordsman 2 and switched Fearless and Fist of Legend s places. Solid list regardless! I would put in there The Tai Chi Master, Unleashed, My father is a hero & Ocean heaven (for his best dramatic role). Please enable your VPN when downloading torrents.
3 If you torrent without a VPN, your ISP can see that you're torrenting and may throttle your connection and get fined by legal action! Loading, please wait. Synopsis. This Hong Kong martial-arts extravaganza tells of evil emperors and true love. The secret Red Lotus Flower Society is committed to the overthrow of the evil Manchu Emperor and his minions. One of his Governors is sent on a mission to retrieve a list of members of that secret society. Meanwhile, Canton kung fu practitioner Fong Sai-Yuk falls in love with the beautiful daughter of a rich merchant, recently moved to Canton. Her father, in an attempt to gain influence in the region and thus improve his business, offers his daughter in marriage to the winner of a kung-fu contest. Some interesting gender role-reversals take place during a 'comedy of errors.' Tad Dibbern. This Hong Kong martial-arts extravaganza tells of evil emperors and true love. The secret Red Lotus Flower Society is committed to the overthrow of the evil Manchu Emperor and his minions. One of his Governors is sent on a mission to retrieve a list of members of that secret society. Meanwhile, Canton kung fu practitioner Fong Sai-Yuk falls in love with the beautiful daughter of a rich merchant, recently moved to Canton. Her father, in an attempt to gain influence in the region and thus improve his business, offers his daughter in marriage to the winner of a kung-fu contest. Some interesting gender role-reversals take place during a 'comedy of errors.' Tad Dibbern. Uploaded By: FREEMAN May 27, 2020 at 08:38 AM. Director. Tech specs. Movie Reviews. Sheer Madness. I finally managed to get my hands on a copy of this movie, and all I can say is WOW! Wow, because I didn't understand what the hell was going on for the whole movie, the subtitles were so badly misaligned. But mainly WOW! because it didn't matter a jot that I couldn't tell what the plot was as the film is just one amazing "fight" scene after another. This film defies belief, and description. If you like martial arts movies, check this out. If you enjoyed Crouching Tiger, check this out. If you love MAD films check this out. There is a scene in which Jet Li fights the mother of the woman he has a crush on entirely on the HEADS of a crowd! Then HIS mother has a fight with the first woman. From the opening scene you will see that this is a piece of genius. The plot doesn't matter. This is pure spectacle. When you see these people move you will realise that the USA can never invade China. They just have all the tricks in the book. They wrote the tricks. I wish I had seen this when I was 9. It would have changed my life totally. Exciting with a dash of comedy. Wow. After seeing this, Jet Li is truly awesome. But he's not the only one who shines here. Fong Sai Yuk (Jet Li) is a young man who yearns to compete and backs it up with amazing kung fu. Jet is more carefree in this one and doesn't hesitate to fight. Josephine Siao plays his mother and she's such a character!! Any scene with her and Jet are just too funny! Michelle Reis plays the beautiful Ting Ting and has very good chemistry with Jet in the film (lucky guy!). Her dad Tiger Lu (Sung Young Chen) is quite a kooky character too and his mood swings provide for humor as well. Now on to the action. The 'marriage' contest is AMAZING as Jet and Sibelle Hu are literally fighting over the crowd stepping from head to head, shoulder to shoulder. Jet really shows his prowess throughout the film fighting with fists, feet, swords, arrows and more! Credit deservedly goes to Corey Yuen who displays some of the most creative battles I've ever seen. With a really cool soundtrack, great cast, humor and great kung fu, Fong Sai Yuk is really fun to watch. A must-see HK movie. Fong Sai Yuk I&II were the first 2 HK movies I saw, though an accident of video recording meant that I had to wait at least a year to see the beginning of Pt I and the end of Pt II. Even in incomplete form, the two films were enough to make me an instant fan of HK Cinema (after years of disappointment with the Hollywood fare I'd been exposed to). I think they're possibly the best introduction to the territory's movie industry there could be. if you don't love Fong Sai Yuk, chances are Hong Kong Cinema is not the cinema for you. It's a rare example of everything coming together, if not perfectly then at least very well. The solid script from Jeff Lau is the anchor without which the movie would not have succeeded. In typical Jeff Lau style it bounces all over the place, from stupid comedy to high (melo)drama via a little romance and the obligatory gender confusions, and of course leading into the incredibly imaginitive action sequences choreographed by director Corey Yuen and former opera brother Yuen Tak. The production values for the movie are very high, if not quite as slick as the Once Upon A Time In China movies they clearly aspire to emulating. 350c69d7ab