Dina’s Martial Arts Movies
I have to admit, I am somewhat biased when it comes down to the type of movies I watch. I do prefer more Asian-made films, then the American-made films
Asian-made films seem to have more of a graceful and smooth flow in their choreography of the fight scenes, sound effects, and settings.
I guess I would call myself more along the lines of an “Old School” fan of martial arts movies. “Old School” would be some movies made by the famous shaw Brothers,and movies like: The Jade’s Claw, Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin, The Drunken Dance of the Mantis, and so on
- American Flims 80%
- Asian Flims 65%
- Positive Feedback 95%
The common expression “martial arts” specifies to Asian martial arts – Judo, Kung Fu, and Karate. The genre of martial art derives from Asian films that focus on the skills, philosophies, and exploits which deal with specific fighting skills and styles. Martial art...
Bruce Lee was born on November 27, 1940, in San Francisco, California. His birth name is Lee Jun-fan. Lee was a martial arts instructor, actor, and a philosopher. He is also the founder of the martial art JeetKune Do (JKD). He was the son of Cantonese Opera star Lee...
Some Of Our Favorites
If you are looking for a great plot and story, then martial arts movies are not for you. They are for entertainment. The theme of most martial arts movies is REVENGE. Someone has killed a young person’s parents, relative, or teacher, so that person sets off to train and get revenge. That’s basically what most martial arts movies are about with a little variation of course. Nevertheless, they are great to watch and enjoy!
Good Movies: Romeo Must Die, Fist of Legends, Black Mask, and many more.
Good Movies: Snake and Crane Arts of Shaolin, Magnificant Bodyguard, SuperCop, and many more.
Alexander Fu Sheng
Good Movies: Invinicle Kung Fu Brothers, The Invinicle One, Some Venom movies and more.