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    Best Comedy Martial Arts Film-
    1) Anything with Jackie Chan
    2) Remo Williams The Adventure Begins

    Best American Made Martial Arts Film-
    1) Kung Fu (with David Carradine)
    2) Enter the Dragon (with Bruce Lee)
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    Ong-Bak
    The Protector

    Both featuring Tony Jaa

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    Best American Made Martial Arts Film-
    Kung Fu (with David Carradine)
    Enter the Dragon (with Bruce Lee)

    The two above and Kill Bill I and II
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    I'm pretty pumped to see The Forbidden Kingdom starring both Jackie Chan and Jet Li. I think my favorite martial arts film ever though would be Jet Li's Fearless.
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    Curtis that one looks good.


    Bloodsport

    Enter the Dragon

    The Protector

    Return of the Dragon

    The Last Dragon

    The Big Brawl

    Game of Death

    Big Trouble in Little China

    Above the Law

    Showdown in Little Tokyo


    Revenge of the Ninja
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    NO RETREAT! NO SURRENDER!

    Wow, a Remo Williams reference. I thought I was the only one on the planet that loved that movie.

    "You must run very fast"

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    LOL, No Retreat No Surrender.

    How about Gymkata?

    Joel Grey is awesome in Remo Williams. You move like a baboon with two crub feet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart Shark View Post
    NO RETREAT! NO SURRENDER!

    Wow, a Remo Williams reference. I thought I was the only one on the planet that loved that movie.

    "You must run very fast"
    I liked it, too. As I recall, the name of the movie was, "Remo Willimas: The Adventure Begins," but after that, it didn't continue.
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    I liked Remo Williams also but Blood Sport ROCKED!!!!
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