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  • welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 movies to watch if you like it, man, he has a Peter Piper playing the flute E Mm.

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  • Oh, for this list, we're looking at the best movies to check out.

  • If you're a fan of the Donnie Yen It man movies, what's your idea of a martial arts masterpiece?

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  • Number 10 Drunken Master two, also known as the Legend of Drunken Master.

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  • Obviously, this is a sequel to a previous drunken master film, but this is the one that will arguably give you the most bang for your buck.

  • As the title suggests, the martial arts exhibited in the film is mainly of the drunken boxing variety expressed through an appropriately drunken reimagining of the folk hero Wong Fei Hong.

  • Uh, drunken boxing.

  • That's right.

  • I'm the master.

  • Though it man style is a far cry from this drunken master.

  • Two stands right up there with the it man movies in terms of fight choreography due in large part to the tremendous action comedy physicality from Jackie Chan e.

  • We owe seriously, If you've ever been a fan of his work, you've got to check out this mid nineties gem.

  • Here is Peter Piper playing the flute E Mm oh number nine Wing Chun.

  • From the outset of the first Hitman film, we learned that the titular grandmasters go to fighting.

  • Style is that of the relaxed form Wing Chun Wait, in turn, did money.

  • Despite its prominence in the film, the origins of the technique are not made widely known, even among it man stalwarts.

  • For that, we recommend 1994 semi biographical wing Chun, starring it man himself, Donnie Yen and Michelle Yeoh as the titular character.

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  • Though it doesn't depict the mythologized origins of the craft, it does serve as an apt precursor to Yen's further popularization of Wing Chun through the hitman movies.

  • And it's pervasive sense of humor offers an alternative approach to the depiction of the style on film.

  • Oh, no, but about number eight, the grandmaster starting with 2008 it Man, There were a slew of biopics about the titular grandmaster released around the turn of the 2000 tens, which also extend to include the legend is born it, man and it man The final fight.

  • But the best and most unique among these alternative takes has to be the 2013 entry.

  • Simply titled The Grandmaster, directed by Wong Kar Wai, the grandmaster utterly defies general martial arts film conventions with its methodical pace and strikingly beautiful imagery.

  • Granted, this entry will test certain viewers.

  • But for those already fascinated by the legendary figure, it should prove entirely novel and captivating, what with its Oscar nominated cinematography from Philip Lascaux, Number seven Dragon.

  • Now we get to our first Donnie Yen entry post.

  • His debut is the famous Wing Chun grandmaster Mhm.

  • Here he plays Lujan.

  • She on early 20th century Villager who sorted history of running with a bloodthirsty band of warriors, comes back to haunt him.

  • Yeah, yeah, I shouldn't push a double sharing similar themes with the hitman movies in terms of unwavering morality, Dragon also finds yen in top form physically as he looks to make sure his past mistakes hurt gnome or innocent people.

  • God, yeah, Not only is it an impressively choreographed martial arts flick with incredible stunt work, it also proves intellectually stimulating, and it's quieter moments of almost film noir esque levels of intrigue.

  • Yeah, In short, Dragon has what it man has.

  • And then some.

  • Number six Iron monkey.

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  • Here's another interpretation of the Wong Fei hung mythos, this time with Donnie Yen playing his father, Wong Kei Ying, A clever and quick martial arts tail Iron monkey actually crosses over slightly into the superhero genre, which is what the IT man movies essentially made the grandmaster look like, over time by my boy.

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  • Similarly, it also deals with themes involving poor Chinese Villagers rising up against corrupt government officials, something that is particularly prevalent in it man one and four and not to get on a soapbox or anything.

  • But it does make good use of wire fu something you just don't see enough of in martial arts cinema these days.

  • Number five Kill zone.

  • If you wanted proof that Donnie Yen could go whole hog, this is it.

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  • While some sequences from the It man movie stand out for their more ferocious nature, kill zone is chock full of those moments here.

  • Young plays ah, Hong Kong police officer who's tasked with bringing down an infamous triad boss with corruption present on both sides of the law in the ensuing investigation.

  • If the big bad looks familiar, that's because he's played by Sammo Hung, action director on the first two IP Man films, who also squared off with Young directly in the second.

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  • We won't say which of their bouts is better.

  • But let's just say the two combatants make a pretty convincing case for both films.

  • Yeah, he number four bodyguards and assassins.

  • If anything, the IT Man movies can be counted on to be nationalistic towards the People's Republic of China.

  • Though the plots of those films are largely fictional, bodyguards and assassins leans on early 20th century history to drum up excitement.

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  • When political philosopher Sun Wen plans to visit Hong Kong to discuss plans to overthrow the Qing Dynasty, a rag tag band of supporters comes together to prevent his assassination on the city streets.

  • Though Donnie Yen's role here is smaller than in other films on this list, the stunt work performed by the ensemble cast will be sure to get your blood pumping as extended action sequences ramp up tension with each passing minute.

  • Number three Masters e it Man legacy though a technical spin off of the IT Man film franchise, we still think this criminally under seen Gem warns its inclusion on this list following the events of it.

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  • Cheung Tin ci shamefully looks to recede from the world of martial arts.

  • But much like Grandmaster, it himself is compelled to put a skills to use in the face of drug peddling and political corruption.

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  • Fans of martial arts cinema will surely appreciate the addition of Michelle Yeoh to the franchise, not to mention Dave Batista of Guardians of the Galaxy fame as the villain.

  • Always wanting to be the hero.

  • Hasn't anyone told you that heroes die quickly?

  • Though hardly a box office sensation compared to its sister films, Master Zee ranks up there critically, with the best of them, earning an 89% rating on rotten tomatoes.

  • Yeah, number two hero littered throughout the IT Man Siris are plot points involving it, man standing up to injustice and protecting the innocent E.

  • Oh, and, uh, hero tackles similar themes as a band of assassins conspires to assassinate a tyrannical king.

  • However, it delves far deeper into the nuances of said heroism and the ultimate ideal of a warrior.

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  • All of you fans of the martial arts in it Man will not be disappointed as they also get a healthy serving of some breathtaking cinematography and color design, courtesy of director Jang Imo.

  • While Donnie Yen's role in this film is brief, his bout with lead actor gently is arguably the highlight.

  • Their choreography proving thoroughly exhilarating as a rainy backdrop provides an almost serene underscore.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are some honorable mentions.

  • The young back franchise.

  • Before there was Donnie Yen and it, Man, there was Tony Jaw and hung back.

  • But the protector, the unbroken shot of the staircase fight is awe inspiring.

  • The Final Master, another pre World War two film about Wing Chun No.

  • 13 assassins.

  • Takashi Mick's slow burn samurai picture is sure to excite.

  • Yes, yeah, Fist of Fury.

  • Bruce Lee originates classic character, later played by Donnie Yen Way continue.

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  • Number one.

  • Enter the Dragon.

  • Ah, conversation about the legendary It man would not be complete without his most famous disciple, action star Bruce Lee.

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  • Then I will go find essential viewing for any film enthusiast.

  • Enter The Dragon is often considered one of the greatest martial arts films of all time.

  • Released in 1973 it was the first of these projects to be released posthumously, with the star having passed away roughly seven months after the epilogue of it.

  • Man for the finale, fans of those movies will surely recognize and appreciate the competitive fighting angle here, not to mention the oh so dastardly villain that gives some of it man's adversaries a run for their money.

  • You have offended my family, and you have offended the Shaolin Temple.

  • Comparisons aside, Enter the Dragon features Cem rip roaring martial arts stunt work that more than holds up nearly five decades later.

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Top 10 Movies to Watch If You Like Ip Man

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