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Top Fighter (1995)

Welcome to the world of the martial arts. A voyage for the times of the martial arts cinema, from the beginning in China in the 6th Century B.C. by a Buddhist monk, Bodhidharma, until the ... See full summary »

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Welcome to the world of the martial arts. A voyage for the times of the martial arts cinema, from the beginning in China in the 6th Century B.C. by a Buddhist monk, Bodhidharma, until the actual time and the influence in the world, with interviews to actors like Gordon Liu and Jackie Chan and historians like David Weeden, and a review to the most important movies of all times and to the most famous action movies actors. A magnificent jewel of this genre what nobody wouldn't lose. Written by Chockys

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The world's hottest martial arts artists are all here! See more »


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Kampf der Giganten 2 - Modern Warriors  »

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Pretty generic martial arts documentary, some obscure names though.
15 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

This is very much the same as lots of other 'documentaries' which actually consist of fight scenes, interviews, and the odd bit of voice-over.

As ever, Jackie Chan's interview is interesting, because the guy gives good interviews -- the bit about Bruce Lee is also neat, some old footage I'd not seen before.

The most worthwhile thing about this, though, is the listing of little-known fighters, some of whom really deserve greater stardom. (oh, and a hilarious trailer for a Bolo Yeung film called "Chinese Hercules"..)


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