Top Kung Fu and Martial arts movies of all time

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Many people are a big fan of Kung Fu movies. If you are also a big fan of martial arts movies, then following list has some of the most popular Kung Fu movies from around the world. Search online if you want to learn martial arts from a renowned school.

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Top Kung Fu and Martial arts movies of all time

  1. 1. Top Kung Fu and Martial Arts Movies of All Time Jow Gar Kung Fu
  2. 2. Many people are a big fan of Kung Fu movies. If you are also a big fan of martial arts movies, then following list has some of the most popular Kung Fu movies from around the world. Search online if you want to learn martial arts from a renowned school. A Kung Fu fan will always think about the top movies based on Kung Fu. There are many martial arts movies you can choose from to get the best top ten Kung Fu movies.
  3. 3. Number 1 Enter the Dragon: Great movie! Filmed in 1973, this classic movie by Bruce Lee is considered as one of his best movies. The movie also had stars like Jim Kelly, John Saxon and Bob Wall. In this film, Bruce lee showed perfectly that how a good martial artist he is by using a variety of weapons, his quick strikes and adaptability in the Kung Fu techniques. Number 2 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Made in the year 2000, the movie won 4 Academy Awards. This Kung Fu movie got excellent reviews and starred YunFat Chow, Ziyi Zhang and Michelle Yeoh. The film was made at a high level and was huge in its range of scope, story line and scenery.
  4. 4. Number 3 Legend of Drunken Master: This is a must watch movie for the fans of Jackie Chan, who plays the role of a young student of a drunken master. Jackie Chan is magnificent in how he performs the Kung Fu movements. You will find an amazing mixture of Kung Fu and comedy throughout this movie. Number 4 Fearless (Jet Li): In this movie, Jet Li plays the role of Chinese martial arts Master Huo Yuanjia. You will find this movie to be more serious drama oriented and a historical movie. There is a great deal of drama in this movie, but also a little humour.
  5. 5. Number 5 Kill Bill: This movie was made in two parts and its second part came six months after the first part released. The storyline was divided in two parts and the last part completed it. Produced by Quentin Taratino, the movie featured Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah Michael Madsen, and Vivica A. Fox. Number 6 Karate Kid: The 2010 karate kid movie featuring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith became a popular martial arts movie. The film perfectly showcased the different level of martial arts, both mental and physical. It showed that learning martial arts require a number of things and much more than just tournaments.
  6. 6. Number 7 Kung Fu Hustle: This is a great movie with amazingly exceptional entertainment value. It is considered as one of the most popular Kung Fu comedy to date. The storyline of the movie has bigger than life characters, making it fun and fantastic to watch. The film was produced by Stephan Chow and stars Yah Yuen, Oiu Yuen and Stephan Chow himself. Number 8 Shaolin Soccer: The movie was premiered in 2011 and was a Kung Fu comedy made by Stephen Chow. There are a large number of special effects which will keep you engaged. The movie has a great entertainment value and presents Kung Fu in a great way.
  7. 7. If you are a Kung Fu fan and want to learn it, then search for a school of martial arts. Sydney is the place where you can easily find a reputed martial arts training school.
  8. 8. Thank You Head Academy Kung Fu

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