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5. The Storm Warriors 风云 |
The Storm Warriors is a 2009 Hong Kong martial arts/wuxia film, produced and directed by the Pang brothers. It is the second live-action film adaptation of screenwriter Ma Wing-Shing's manhua Fung Wan, following the 1998 film The Storm Riders. The Storm Warriors is based on Fung Wan′s popular Japanese invasion story arc The Death Battle.
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6. Flash Point 导火线
Flash Point is a 2007 Hong Kong martial arts action film that was directed by Wilson Yip, and features fight choreography by the film's producer and star Donnie Yen. Yen portrays Ma Jun, a police sergeant who plants his friend and partner, Wilson, (Louis Koo) as a mole in a pursuit against a Triad gang led by three Vietnamese brothers.
7. Seven Swords 七剑
Seven Swords is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Tsui Hark and adapted from the novel Qijian Xia Tianshan by Wuxia writer Liang Yusheng. The movie was the opening film to the 2005 Venice Film Festival and is a homage movie to Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai
8. Rob-B-Hood 宝贝计划
Rob-B-Hood，also known as Robin-B-Hood in the United States, is a 2006 Hong Kong action-comedy film co-written, produced, and directed by Benny Chan, and starring Jackie Chan, Louis Koo and Michael Hui
Kung Fu can also be relaxed and cute.
9. The Forbidden Kingdom 功夫之王
The Forbidden Kingdom is a 2008 American martial arts action adventure film from Lionsgate and The Weinstein Company. Written by John Fusco and directed by Rob Minkoff, it is the first film to star together two of the best-known names in the martial arts film genre, Jackie Chan and Jet Li.
10. The Shaolin Temple 少林寺
The Shaolin Temple is a 1982 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Chang Hsin-yen and starring Jet Li in his debut role. The film is based on the Shaolin Temple in China and depicts the Shaolin martial arts. The film was the first Hong Kong production to be filmed in mainland China.
It is the first Kung Fu movie of Jet Li, at that time, every Chinese person saw this movie. Yes, 1 billion people, and Jet Li played the real Kung Fu.