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Jrs1991
Revenge of the Ninja is also really great
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Mr Magic
Have you ever seen one called American Ninja? I thought it was good.
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echidna64
Ong Bak (the first one) has some great action

Also, Drunken Master with Jackie Chan is really good too!

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Jrs1991
Yeah, Drunken Master is great
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Mr Magic

There's an interesting movie about Bruce Lee's life and career called "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story"

 

It's worth a watch.

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Mr Magic
Hero.

Not really a retro martial arts film, but it's pretty old.

This scene excites me,


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NLogan
Best of the Best 1989 The American Tae Kwon Do team takes on the Korean team in the world tournament. 


James Earl Jones is team USA's coach. It has Eric Roberts, Christopher Penn, Phillip Rhee, Simon Rhee, and Grandmaster Hee Il Cho is the Korean coach.


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Mr Magic
How about some vintage Jean Claude?






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NLogan
Well, well, well. If it ain't the serious, elusive vkimo. I've
been waiting a long time for this, vkimo. I am sick of hearing these
bullspit Superman stories about the - Wassah! - legendary vkimo
catching bullets with his teeth. Catches bullets with his teeth?

I love The Last Dragon. Just direct-a your feets-a to Papa Greene's Pizza!  Who's the master? I met Taimak Guarriello (Bruce Leroy) at a comic con last year. He was one of the coolest celebrities I've met.

Another awesomely spectacular 80s martial arts film is Big Trouble in Little China. Incidentally, I have also met James Hong who plays Lo Pan the main bad guy!



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