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Kung Fu Movies

Kung Fu Movies
Shaolin Temple

In 1980 Jet Li was selected by director Zhang Xin Yan, starred in the movie "Shaolin Temple" as the protagonist Jueyuan monk. This was a landmark work in the history of martial arts films. Jet Li and his group of martial arts players made great effort to let the audience appreciate the real charm of Chinese martial arts.
This movie was based on the true history legendary how thirteen Shaolin monks saved the Tang emperor. The main actors in the drama all served by China elite martial arts.In order to make a real sense of emotion,it was all live really play, no substitute trampoline and didn’t rely on special effects editing.It had created a new era of martial arts film.

Enter the Dragon

Enter the Dragon is perhaps one of the first Kung Fu films to be an international success and was the film that would make Bruce Lee a legend. The film was released in 1973 and was a box office hit across the world, sadly Bruce Lee did not live to see the success of his film. Enter the Dragon was the first ever Chinese Kung Fu film to have been produced by major Hollywood studios Warner Bros. The film itself was directed by Robert Clouse and Bruce Lee who also wrote the script. The film was a major success and grossed over $25,000,000 in USA in memory of Lee the film was released 6 days after is tragic death.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon directed by Ang Lee and became one of the highest grossing Chinese films in the USA. The film received three Academy Awards and was praised as one of the most influential Chinese films of all time. Unlike other martial art films, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon has a prominent storyline and combined with the amazing martial art sequences the film was certainly the first of its kind.