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  4. whitesnake

    Crazy Samurai Musashi

    From https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Crazy-Samurai-400-vs-1-Blu-ray/284247/ - Well Go USA will release Crazy Samurai: 400 vs. 1 (Crazy Samurai Musashi) on Blu-ray and DVD in the U.S. on March 2, 2021.
  5. From https://videoeta.com/items/232482-monster-hunter and Amazon.com - - Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release Monster Hunter on 4K-UHD, Blu-ray and DVD in the U.S. on March 2, 2021.
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  7. It's worth seeing, especially for the action. Corey Yuen was the fight choreographer and Reese Madigan, a stage actor who also is a black belt in Shotokan Karate, did pretty good for his lead role debut. The film also was the film debut on Daniel Dae Kim, who went on to bigger and better things (Lost). If you do a double feature with this and Stephen Chow's Fist of Fury 1991, Yuen used a lot of the same moves in both films during the finale (of course exaggerated with Chow's film)
  8. Revolver (2005: Guy Ritchie): I liked it. I thought the ending (seriously we know who the two guys are) was overthought (he tries to get tricky), obvious and Ritchie's attempt at an art-film, but there are so many scenes and characters I liked that I found it fun. When it is at its best it is irreverent (not irrelevant) with some interesting use of camera movement (sometimes too much shaking) and a playful demeanor (like time to use animation). Obviously I would keep this quote: I like this, though I don't quite agree with it. You get get smarter by assuaging your faul
  9. Quick note, Chung and Rothrock were an item at one time. Chung was a great businessman and even somehow wheedled his way into being a trainer for the San Francisco 49ers football team, which I found amusing. Supposedly he was improving their reflexes, which was funny as he was not known as an awesome fighter, even when it came to doing point karate. My girlfriend was with me at a 1978 Karate tournament and we talked to Chung. She thought he seemed kind of wimpy, actually. I knew him from the Ernie Reyes demo team. I never ran into Rothrock, or if I did, it was so far back it did not leav
  10. masterofoneinchpunch

    What big film franchises have you not seen?

    By far the last (incomplete) film in the Divergent series is. The first two films were decent, but the combination of a bad last film and the fact the series was not complete makes it a decent choice not to start. I like Insidious and the second film.
  11. This would be great but I get the feeling today’s film makers can’t resist throwing in the wire fu instead of relying on the stars and choreographers skills.
  12. SMK

    Wagons East....(I'm moving)

    I just looked it up, Sonora is only 2 hours away from me.
  13. masterofoneinchpunch

    Wagons East....(I'm moving)

    Well we do have several sets of mountains where it always snows. Heck just move to the Sierras (or the foothills like Sonora) if you want to stay in California.
  14. Caught this one today, you can read my ramblings by clicking on the link below.
  15. Fight to Win (1987) a.k.a Eyes of the Dragon, Deadly Passage Fight Choreogrpaher- Chuck Jeffreys Directed by- Leo Fong Starring- Cynthia Rothrock, George Chung, Richard Norton, Hidi Ochiai, Chuck Jeffreys, Juan Chapa, Plot Synopsis- Two rival factions of Martial Artists, fight for possession of three ancient and priceless Chinese statues. "A great warrior should never use his mouth as a weapon, thats only for men with empty spirits" In my recent visual ventures into the films of Leo Fong, this one has to be the best so far. By no means a classic or
  16. You should create another YouTube account with another alias, and in the comments section of their Channel, You Could give credits for the subtitles to @NoKUNGFUforYU...Maybe ir would work only once, and for just a few minutes, but at least , during these few minutes, some people Could hear about You and about this channel's way of working, and Maybe they would prefer to go watch movies on your Channel than on theirs...
  17. Looks like this one is going straight to streaming. Stars Fan Siu Wong and Xiong Xin Xin...
  18. Omni Dragon

    Favorite Shaw set(s)???

    Here's the tea house from Crippled Avengers (remastered) and The Kid with the Golden Arm (unremastered):
  19. I think I did but I haven’t watched it yet. I’ll have to go back and check as I may have forgotten about it. I’ll check out On the Verge of Death too. Thanks!
  20. The kind of Kung Fu movies I like have all already been made. The future holds no promise or value in that regard for me.
  21. I liked Tsui Siu Ming Champions. A little too wushuist maybe. But that proved they can do old school type fights in a more modern setting/context. Or The Rebel. Would like to see that kind of films. Not interested on all those chinese tv movies with the recurrent slo mo, rain and moves stolen from previous movies
  22. ChanKongSang

    The Eureka! Kung-Fu Cinema Blu-ray Thread

    Great trailer! Amazing quality! Glad they used the original language throughout.
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