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XMA: Xtreme Martial Arts (2003)

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Credited cast:
Jonathan Boyd Jonathan Boyd ... Himself (as Jon Boyd)
Michael Chaturantabut ... Himself - Martial Artist (as Mike 'Chat' Chaturantabut)
Yamin Chen Yamin Chen ... Himself - Kung Fu Master
Arnold Chon ... Himself - Martial Artist
Tom Cruise ... Himself - Interviewee
Fumio Demura ... Himself
Matt Emig ... Himself - Martial Artist
Bren Foster ... Himself - Martial Artist
Craig Henningsen ... Himself
Mark Hicks ... Himself - Martial Artist
Robert Jimenez Robert Jimenez ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
James Lew ... Himself
Matt Mullins ... Himself - Martial Artist
Clinton Murphy Clinton Murphy ... Himself
Johnny Nguyen ... Himself - Martial Artist
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Country:

USA

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English

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30 November 2003 (USA) See more »

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SAM: Segredos das Artes Marciais See more »

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BASE Productions See more »
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A very young Taylor Lautner is briefly shown competing at the US Open. See more »

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References The Last Samurai (2003) See more »

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A good intro to current trends
6 July 2007 | by goku_san02See all my reviews

This is, by no means, a documentary on every fighting style. The focus is on the current state of martial arts tournaments and the growing focus on open/modified forms. The 3-D effects are a nice, general explanation of the workings of some techniques and the scientific angle is interesting, though not as deeply explored as one would be lead to believe. This is not a documentary for those interested in the traditional styles. However, it is an interesting video for those with an interest in the modern, tournament-styled, flashy martial arts. While a little heavy on special effects, this is a nice step in promoting the martial arts without making them seem entirely strict and formal.


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