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Jet Li's Shocking Appearance Has Fans Worried About His Health

Jet Li's Shocking Appearance Has Fans Worried About His Health
International action star Jet Li made headlines over the weekend after the actor was photographed after an appearance in Tibet, because the actor is practically unrecognizable. Jet Li announced in 2013 that he was suffering from hyperthyroidism and a heart condition, and those who have commented on the photo are quite stunned, since the 55-year-old actor looks at least 20 or 30 years older than he really is. The actor has quietly stepped away from acting since then, although he is slated to portray The Emperor in Disney's remake of Mulan.

When Jet Li announced his hyperthyroidism in 2013, he admitted that he had been dealing with it for three years prior. He was advised to take medication to control his heart rate and he was advised by his doctors to stop making action films, or he would risk, "spending the rest of his life in a wheelchair." Li's last major Hollywood film was 2014's The Expendables 3,
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Essential Viewing for fans of ‘The Raid: Redemption’ – 15 Classic Martial Arts Films

With the release of The Raid: Redemption, I’ve asked Sound On Sight contributors Edgar Chaput and Michael Ryan to help me put together a list of 15 classic martial arts films that we consider essential viewing. Here are my five choices.

11- The Blade (Doa)

Directed by Hark Tsui

Inspired by the 1967 Shaw Brothers epic The One-Armed Swordsman, Tsui Hark’s The Blade reinforces that the director is a true innovator, a visionary, a remarkable stylist and a man who knows how to direct action. In a style often compared to Wong Kar Wai’s Ashes of Time, The Blade is a constant, steady blend of hand-held camera work, quick cuts, visual motifs, symbolic imagery and downright poetic juxtapositions. The fight scenes start out violent and blood-stained but gradually progress into grand artistic spectacles – some of the best you’ll ever see.



12- Jing wu ying xiong
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