Summary: great film!!!!!!!
Comment: hands down the best martial arts documentary ever!!!! It had the best scenes in martial arts history. Most of these movies you can't find in the US.
Summary: Martial Arts Filmography
Comment: This is an excellent video for collectors and enthusiasts. Those who plan to learn martial arts, should look elsewhere though.
Official Web Site of the Bushido Ju-Jitsu Academy (Malta). The longest established Ju-Jitsu Organisation in Malta, for serious practitioners interested in Ju-Jitsu and self defence techniques.
Summary: Must be on DVD!
Comment: This is the best martial arts Documentary
about martial arts in film I ever seen.
I real hope 20th century fox can put this film
on DVD. I'll buy it on the spot.
Summary: A Very Good Documentary
Comment: Narrated by John Saxon, who played a fellow martial artist in "Enter the Dragon" with Bruce Lee, Sammo Hung, Jackie Chan... Wait, they're all potrayed in this tape! Along with Jet Li and the others this documentary gives you insight on how it is to be a martial artist. Gives you good, clean information and very crisp fight scenes.
Summary: An excellent history lesson
Comment: This could be the best martial arts tape I have ever had the pleasure of purchasing. The scenes contained in this compilation are some of the very best ever caught on film and until just recently, thanks to the popularity of Jackie Chan and Jet Li, had never been seen by a U.S. audience.
This tape basically gives you a history of the martial arts in film. It starts with the granddaddy of them all Bruce Lee in some amazing and rare footage. The tape then goes into detail about the stars of today (today being the lates to mid 80's) and shows a number of clips from their movies.
I highly recommend this tape for any Jackie Chan fan or Martial Laws Sammo Hung. They have clips of these stars in their prime when the could arguably called the biggest action stars in the world. Yes the U.S. rarely opened the doors to these Asian stars who took most of the rest of the world by storm.
Towards the end of the tape it takes you into more of the cult aspects of martial art films. Mostly films with wire work and mystical plots even Ninjas!
If you are unsure of getting that one Jackie Chan tape or that one Jet Li tape, take a look at this one first. You will not be disappointed!