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40 Ti Lung Movies To Enjoy Part 2/2

http://asianmoviepulse.com/2016/01/40-ti-lung-movies-enjoy-part-12/2/ – Part 1

Ti Lung is known for his awesome catalogue of movies, over the years he was a leading star at The Shaw Brothers Studio and appeared in well over a 100 movies. I have put together a list of movies, which i have enjoyed over the years. *This is not a Top 40 list.

21.Anonymous Heroes (1971)

Cast:David Chiang, Cheng Li, Cheng Miu, Wong Chung

Director:Chang Cheh

Fight Choreographer:Lau Kar Leung, Tong Gaai

22.All Men Are Brothers (1975)

Cast:Chen Kuan Tai, David Chiang, Wong Chung, Bolo Yeung, Danny Lee, Ku Feng

Director:Chang Cheh, Wu Ma

Fight Choreographer:Tong Gaai, Lau Kar Leung, Lau Kar Wing, Chan Chuen

23.Clans Of Intrigue (1977)

Cast:Yueh Hua, Li Ching, Nora Miao, Ku Feng

Director:Chu Yuan

Fight Choreographer:Wong Pau Gei, Tong Gaai

24.Heroic Ones (1970)

Cast:David Chiang, Lily Li, Chan Sing, Chan Chuen, Ku Feng, Bolo Yeung

Director:Chang Cheh

Fight Choreographer:Lau Kar Wing,
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100 Great Kung Fu Movies – Part 3 (59-40)

When it comes to making features like this one, i love the idea of coming up with my own personal “100 Great Kung Fu Movies” of all time. It is tough choosing just 100 because you know there are many more great Kung Fu movies that are not on the list.

I have decided that to make the list, a movie must have a few hand to hand moments during fight scenes in the movies chosen. If for example its mainly sword play with one fight scene hand to hand it won’t make the list. Its old school “style” Kung Fu movies, not modern day settings.

I understand everyone will have their own personal favorites and some may not agree with my list and that’s fine because it’s nice to have different opinions on this genre which keeps it fresh and alive when having good debates.

Anyway, thank you
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Here's the Movie That Gave Us Quentin Tarantino's Career

Read More: 5 Must-See Asian Films From the New York Asian Film Festival In 1987, up-and-coming Hong Kong filmmaker Ringo Lam directed a squalid crime film rife with violence and nebulous morality. "City on Fire," which is screening as part of the New York Asian Film Festival's special tribute to Lam, stars Chow Yun-fat and Danny Lee as an undercover cop and murderous thief who get chummy during the planning, execution, and fallout of a botched heist during which Chow kills an innocent person. In the end, Chow tells Lee the truth, and Lee shoots Chow in the head. (Moral of the story: don't be honest.) Two years later, John Woo released "The Killer," a milestone of Hong Kong cinema that reinvented action movies and introduced the world to a new way of rendering violence — with almost loving intimacy, without dulling the impact. Woo became an international sensation, Lam helmed a Jean-Claude Van Damme film that bombed,
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The top 20 underappreciated films of 1987

From anime to pitch-black thrillers, here's our pick of the underappreciated movies of 1987...

Sometimes, the challenge with these lists isn't just what to put in, but what to leave out. We loved Princess Bride, but with a decent showing at the box office and a huge cult following, isn't it a bit too popular to be described as underappreciated? Likewise Joe Dante's Innerspace, a fabulously geeky, comic reworking of the 60s sci-fi flick, Fantastic Voyage.

What we've gone for instead is a mix of genre fare, dramas and animated films that may have garnered a cult following since, but didn't do well either critically or financially at the time of release. Some of the movies on our list just about made their money back, but none made anything close to the sort of returns enjoyed by the likes of 1987's biggest films - Three Men And A Baby, Fatal Attraction
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List Of 10 Kung Fu Movies You Need To Have Watched – Part 5

Like millions of you around the world, i love Kung Fu movies. It is the only real genre that keeps me going back for more and that is why i will always love Kung Fu movies.

I know many of you have probably seen many of the movies i will post about, but this is also for anyone new to the genre of Kung Fu and even Swordplay and looking for other movies to enjoy. I hope you enjoy the movies i have listed and please feel free to comment about any of the movies.

1.Kickboxer 黃飛鴻之鬼腳七 (1993)

Director: Wu Ma

Cast: Yuen Biao, Yuen Wah, Yen Shi Kwan, Wu Ma, Shirley Lui, Tai Bo

Fight Choreographer(s): Yuen Biao, Yuen Mao

Studio: Regal Films Co. Ltd.

2.The Rebellious Reign 雍正与年羹尧 (1980)

Director: Fong Cheung

Cast: Norman Chu, Jimmy Lee Fong, Kwan Yung Moon, Chan Wai Lau, Alan Chui

Fight Choreographer
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Top 10 “One Last Job” Scenes

With November Man out, excitement for Pierce Bosnan’s return to spying is at an all-time high for many James Bond fans. November Man, based on the seventh installment of Bill Granger’s book series called There Are No Spies, is about ex- CIA agent Peter Devereaux (Pierce Bosnan). While living a quiet life in Switzerland, Devereaux is ejected out of retirement for one last mission. Although the concept of the “one last mission/job” is not a new concept for Hollywood, it definitely has its place in cinema history, branching out to a wide range of reasons why our beloved characters are being pulled back into their past lives. From a retiree’s last gig, to the bad-boy-gone-good-and-then-bad-again mission, to the revenge premise, mythology of the ex-professional can surely delight and excite us to champion our heroes for one last fight. Here are scenes from ten incredible “one last job” films,
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10 Films Titles That Had Nothing To Do With The Plot

When it comes to producing a movie, it goes without saying that the title is one of the most important pieces of the project. It is what sells the film feature, the name that it will be forever remembered with. It is the buzzword that can make said project a household name or even an iconic saying.

With that bearing on its shoulders, a movie title also has to capture the essence of the movie in one single word or string of words. It’s even tighter than a logline or a quick plot summary. It doesn’t have to say everything about the movie. Not at all. A good title should capture the spirit of the movie, while giving potential audience members taste of the main attraction and enticing them for more. Whether it is the name of the protagonist or an all encompassing phrase that gives a general idea of the movie,

‘Battle Wizard’ is like magic: it’s fun though nonsensical

Battle Wizard

Written by Ni Kuang

Directed by Pao Hsueh-Li

Hong Kong, 1977

Articulating one’s thoughts and emotional response to a film can be an unexpectedly challenging task. If a movie’s thematic and emotional texture is deeply layered, ambiguous or produces conflicting reactions then the redacting process poses a problem. Other instances present an entirely different obstacle insofar as the reviewer is wrestling with why they responded positively or negatively. Such is the predicament with this week’s movie, Battle Wizard from 1977.

To summarize the plot of Battle Wizard would be a disservice to the picture’s cacophony of sounds, epileptic barrage of sights and ludicrous misadventures the cardboard cutout characters find themselves mixed up in. There are so many twists and turns it becomes genuinely difficult to guess what might happen next, less so thanks to intricate and well devised screenwriting and more because of the nonsensical sequence of events in the story,
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Lineup Announced For Hudson Horror Show 7, June 8 in Poughkeepsie, NY

Easily one of the best film festivals in upstate New York, the Hudson Horror Show will be rearing its ugly head once again as the seventh installment of the event will be held at the Silver Cinemas in Poughkeepsie, NY on June 8. And what a lineup they have!

Headlined by a 20th anniversary screening of Army of Darkness, the lineup for Hudson Horror Show is, as fans of the event would expect, a combination of the classic and obscure in horror and sci-fi. Advance tickets can be purchased for just $26 on the official Hudson Horror Show website and you can 'like'Hudson Horror Show on Facebook and followHudson Horror Show on Twitter (@HudsonHorror).

From the Press Release

Listen up you primitive screw heads! The greatest horror and exploitation film festival in the Hudson Valley, Hudson Horror Show, returns to the famed Silver Cinemas South Hills 8 in Poughkeepsie, New York on Saturday,
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The Killer – Chow Yun Fat (John Woo) 1989


Chow Yun Fat

Danny Lee

Sally Yeh

Ken Tsang


John Woo

The Killer is one of the finest Gangster movies ever made, the movie is filled with high impact action sequences only John Woo can bring, add Chow Yun Fat into the movie and its a must see for any fan.


Chow plays the assassin Ah Jong, who accidentally damages the eyes of the singer Jennie (Sally Yeh) during a shootout. He later discovers that if Jennie does not have an expensive operation she will go blind. To get the money for Jennie, Ah Jong decides to perform one last hit.


This movie didn’t really take off right away at the Hong Kong box office, but had a big audience around the world and remains till this day one of the finest Gangster movies ever made. From the opening scene to the final scene, this movie as it all,
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Top 10 films set in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's dramatic harbour setting and skyline was made for the movies. From Suzie Wong to James Bond, the Guardian's film editor, Andrew Pulver, chooses his Hk top 10

• As featured in our Hong Kong city guide

The Dark Knight, 2008

As a land of shiny steel and glass, Hong Kong has recently become catnip for Hollywood productions looking for an extra dimension to their power buildings. In 2008, the Batman film The Dark Knight came to Hk to film a scene in which the caped crusader captures mob accountant Lau. The building in question is Two International Financial Centre, over 400m tall and at the time the tallest in the city (it has since been overtaken by the International Commerce Centre in Kowloon).

• Two International Financial Centre, 8 Finance Street, Central

Enter the Dragon, 1973

Hong Kong's greatest cinematic son is, of course, Bruce Lee (even if he was born in San Francisco). His filmography is short and sweet,
See full article at The Guardian - Film News »

Hong Kong Cinema DVD Giveaway... Now Closed

Hong Kong classics up for grabs...

We have a number of classic Hong Kong action movies up for grabs and if you'd like to get your hands on them then you've come to the right place! To get involved, all you have to do is leave a comment between now and Friday 16th April 2010 or drop us an email with your contact details and order of preference. Simple as that!

Please Note This Giveaway Is Now Closed.

Fist of Fury, 1972

One of the greatest Kung Fu classics of all time, Fist of Fury (dir. Lo Wei) stars Bruce Lee as Chen Jun, a student seeking revenge for the death of his master. Showcasing the best in Kung Fu filmmaking - from breathtaking one-on-one fights to intricately choreographed group battles - Fist of Fury demonstrates the unrivalled skill of the legendary Bruce Lee and set new standards for martial arts performers and films.
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New On Blu-ray and DVD This Week

This week sees the release of several new movies and TV shows, some for the first time ever on Blu-ray. Of the ones coming out this week, we’re excited for not as many as last week. But still, the release of An Education, Collateral and Sherlock Holmes (pictured above with Robert Downey, Jr and Jude Law) is reason enough to be excited. Plus, there’s always next week. . . and the week after that.

Check them out:


Alice in Wonderland (2-Disc Special Un-Anniversary Edition) ~ Kathryn Beaumont, Ed Wynn, Richard Haydn (DVD)

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel ~ Anna Faris, Christina Applegate, Justin Long (Blu-ray and DVD)

An Education ~ Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard (Blu-ray and DVD)

Collateral ~ Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx (Blu-ray)

I Sell the Dead ~ Dominic Monaghan, Ron Perlman (Blu-ray and DVD)

Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: Set 2 ~ Derek Jacobi, Judy Geeson, Jean Marsh (DVD)

Sherlock Holmes ~ Robert Downey Jr.,
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