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  • these scenes kicked ass and took names Welcome toe watch Mojo And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 times.

  • Martial artists went beast mode for this list will be ranking the moments in martial arts films where characters and actors gave it their All these sequences showcased some of the best and most intense performances from the martial artists and question, but will likely also reference important plot points.

  • So a spoiler alert is now in effect.

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  • Try a little yeah, Number 10.

  • Final Fight, Shaolin and Wu Tang.

  • It's no secret that rap heroes the Wu Tang Clan are heavily inspired by classic kung fu flicks from the 19 seventies and eighties.

  • What you say is true, the Shall in and the Wu Tang could be dangerous.

  • This film in particular, however, has been heavily sampled by hip hop artists across the globe.

  • But Shaolin and Wu Tang isn't just about retro kitsch.

  • Brother, brother techie you have studied are going full with exemplary bigger Instead, this final fight scene, featuring director and star Gordon Liu, starts in overdrive and reaches a fever pitch.

  • Thanks to some world class skill, Liu and his co stars tell a story of murder, jealousy and miscommunication all within their deadly ballet of martial arts, With Lou in particular able to balance comedic lines and incredible acrobatics with these, this kung fu matinee is totally legit.

  • Number nine.

  • Donnie Yen versus McQuay Chung.

  • Legend of the Wolf, a k a.

  • The new big boss genre legend Donnie Yen directed, produced, co wrote and even starred in this late nineties flick.

  • Also known as the New Big Boss, it features this ridiculously frenetic fight between yen and an opponent utilizing a monkey style fighting technique.

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  • The scene is straight bananas, opening with a flurry of punches from actor McQuay Chung, with the sound design on their impact, sounding like thunderclaps from the heavens.

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  • What?

  • No.

  • Meanwhile, the choreography between the two men ramps up its pace toe ludicrous speed, leaving both Yen and Wei Chung looking like total badasses.

  • Number eight.

  • Jackie Chan versus Benny Yorkie.

  • Dez Wheels on Meals Jackie Chan's love of physical comedy and silent era cinema has been well documented, with many of his productions making the most out of some death defying stunt work and captivating visual style label.

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  • This'll match between Chan and fellow legends Benny the Jet Yorkie.

  • Dez starts off fairly serious with the Paris Martial Arts ballet gradually increasing intensity before taking a turn.

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  • The wheels on meals score turns decidedly funky, and Chan begins to incorporate, um, or light hearted approach, even tickling the jet at one point.

  • Don't think for a second that either man phones it in from here.

  • However, as this extended fight features Chan besting the jet with an incredible double shot before finishing him off with an equally incredible flying knee.

  • Yeah, Number seven Donnie Yen versus Colin Chow Flashpoint.

  • There's a sense of realism with our next entry a stark contrast to some of them or fantastic examples on this list.

  • Perhaps this is due to reports that Donnie Yen was inspired by mixed martial arts during the production of Flashpoint in 2007.

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  • This could explain why this final fight between Yen and Colin Chow feels so wince inducing and dangerous.

  • Sure, there's plenty of fleet footwork to be had.

  • But the vibe overall fits the beast mode idea perfectly, with both men giving their all to the scene.

  • Knees on the ground arm bars and triangles make the most out of the close quarter setting, while a brief break in the action on Lee serves to AMP.

  • Things up for a brutally physical finale.

  • Uh huh.

  • Number six.

  • Kumite, kumite, kumite.

  • A blood sport.

  • The Plot of Bloodsport sounds like a precursor to Mortal Kombat on Unsanctioned Underground and Out of Control fighting competition, featuring the strongest competitors from around the world.

  • Theme film was based upon the outlandish real life claims of martial artist and choreographer Frank Dux.

  • But don't let the controversial nature of Duke story deter you from checking out this late eighties action gem.

  • The committee tournament is full of highlights, but the final battle between Jean Claude Van Damme and below Young brings everything together in terms of Van Damme beast mode.

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  • Van Damme's Duke's fights through the temporary blindness caused by young cheating powder throw and is all slow motion spin kicks and howling expressions of rage, finally making his opponents submit in defeat.

  • Number five Jet Li versus Billy Chow.

  • Fist of legend Remakes don't always live up to their source material, but this Jet Li vehicle did an admirable job of updating Bruce Lee's classic 1972 film Fist of Fury.

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  • Lee takes on the role of Chunjin in Fist of Legend, squaring off against the mad General Fujita at the film's climax.

  • Yeah, the scene between Lee and co star Billy Chow is a master class in choreography, style and grace, equal parts classic kung fu with a modern cinema aesthetic.

  • Chow cuts a particularly imposing figure, barely recognizing the damage taken until we finally gets the upper hand, eventually ending Fujita's reign of terror with a belt and a well, times twist on the general's own.

  • Catanha, you're future.

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  • Number four.

  • Death in the lab.

  • The raid redemption.

  • We could have easily gone with the hallway fight in the raid redemption for our next pick, but we decided to go with the drug lab sequence instead.

  • The secret to this scene success, unlike others on our list, doesn't necessarily hinge upon a one on one matchup, but instead is more about the sum of its parts equal.

  • Weiss's Rama has reunited with part of his police squad as they make their way through an array of thugs.

  • Wow, Theo Camera is almost a separate character as it captures all of the incredible choreography on display from every punch and kick to a varied array of improvised weapons.

  • This one truly goes all the way.

  • Number three.

  • Tipsy Terror Drunken Master two.

  • In case you were wondering, yes, drunken boxing is a real style of martial arts, with roots dating back to Buddhist and Taoist monks.

  • Don't judge her.

  • We are Jackie Chan's drunken master.

  • Siri's is considered by many to be some of his best work, and this final fight from the second film provides plenty of evidence to back up that claim.

  • Chan's Wang Fei Hong is a curious mix of comically tipsy and uncharacteristically feral appoints attacking Ken Lo's John with a full bore head on attack.

  • The drunken styles unpredictability makes for an entertaining watch, while chance performances over the top and genre defining in a way that only he can deliver Number two Dojo attack Fist of Fury.

  • There's a very good reason why the iconic Bruce Lee is so pissed at the climax of Fist of Fury.

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  • The film's core is very much rooted in anti Chinese sentiment, with Lee's Chunjin facing off against abusive rival school of Japanese martial artists.

  • It all comes to a head when Lee's character confronts these students in their dojo, initially besting a couple in one on one fights before being surrounded by the clearly outmatched group.

  • Bad Idea.

  • Lee punches and kicks his way through the opponents with these before busting out a pair of nunchucks you and Getting Down Toe Beast mode business.

  • It's an intense, entertaining but also very personal scene that makes the most that have lease definitive martial arts skill before we name our number one pick.

  • Here are a few honorable mentions The Sword Thief, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Beauty and the Beast mode.

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  • Fight Club Hang Bok, the Thai Warrior We can talk about this Fight club Bruce Lee versus Chuck Norris The way of the dragon.

  • Good luck, Chuck.

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  • Oh, fuck Yuri!

  • Boys versus Raul The Lord Kenyans Undisputed three redemption for brutal realism.

  • The prison yard fight the raid to for fun in the mud.

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  • Number 1 10 Black belts.

  • IP man, I want to fight 10 people.

  • This is the demand set forth by Donnie Yen's IP Man in this 2000 and eight film on Act That would probably spell certain doom for anyone else.

  • Give me 10 of them.

  • You're crazy.

  • Please don't.

  • I want to fight 10.

  • But thanks to this picks placement, you can probably figure out what happens next.

  • The tension ramps up to an almost unbearable point before yen explodes with a performance that barely controls its rage.

  • The titular IP man is surrounded by 10 Karaca and spares no one breaking limbs and destroying anyone in his path.

  • This scene may not be as longer drawn out as some of the others in our list, but Yen is ruthlessly efficient in his work, leaving an impression on the viewer that will not soon be forgotten.

  • He wants you to come back.

  • I didn't come here for the rice.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/23
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