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About bboyninku

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  1. Yuen Biao has been actually doing quality work in television series lately. If you enjoyed Wing Chun TV Series, you must see Real Kung Fu! I've seen both and I definitely enjoy Real Kung Fu much more. Yuen Biao reprises his role as Leung Tsan from Prodigal Son. The series too emphasizes on Wing Chun. Old school veterans such as Leung Kar Yan, Gordon Liu, Yuen Wah, and Lo Mang appear in this series. I know they were selling it on dvd at www.fivestarlaser.com at one point when I picked it up. A highly recommended must see!
  2. Yuen Biao has been actually doing quality work in television series lately. If you enjoyed Wing Chun TV Series, you must see Real Kung Fu! I've seen both and I definitely enjoy Real Kung Fu much more. Yuen Biao reprises his role as Leung Tsan from Prodigal Son. The series too emphasizes on Wing Chun. Old school veterans such as Leung Kar Yan, Gordon Liu, Yuen Wah, and Lo Mang appear in this series. I know they were selling it on dvd at www.fivestarlaser.com at one point when I picked it up. A highly recommended must see!
  3. I heard the star is very athletic and if groomed correctly can become the next Tony Jaa. Overall positive reaction on choreography but heard the rest of the movie was blah. Opinions?
  4. I really don't want to disrupt the whole entire positive vibe on this forum but I wasn't too impressed with The Forbidden Kingdom. I didn't go in expecting too much, but besides the good chemistry and comedic moments of Jackie and Jet, I thought the rest of the film was forgettable.. and yes this includes the choreography. Wirework felt awkward at times where one moment an exchange of good ground choreography would then end off in a 720 varial. Also it bothers me when I see doubles used excessively. I'm sorry guys, I really wasn't expecting too much but these little annoyances really bugged me. Besides The Banquet, I feel this is one of Sifu Wo Ping's weakest works both Hollywood and Hong Kong in the past few years. Please don't hate, but I felt House of Fury had more enjoyable choreography then this. Overall, decent flick.
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    Cj7

    I'm definitely interested in seeing this one. Where can you find the DVD and is it in Cantonese language?
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    Fist Of Hero

    I saw a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it. It's pretty much a Heroes of the East television series with a lot of the SAME CAST! Yes indeed... even though they are at least 20 years apart, you have both Gordon Liu and Tsusaki Kurata in the television series. They have a similiar Chinese martial arts vs. Japanese martial arts competition like the movie as well. Zhao Wen Zhou and Wu Jing are my two favorite Chinese tv martial arts and he definitely doesn't disappoint in this one. If you want the Cantonese, Tsui Sui Ming's part is a delight. He is very charasmatic in this series.
  7. From what I heard as well about the 5 Deadly Venoms remake doesn't impress me at all either. How are you about to make a "modern-day" version of that movie? That's just a disaster waiting to happen.
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    Star studded cast?

    There is one film that isn't martial arts related called The Banquet which had practically every big Hong Kong star at the time in it.
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    The Warlords / 投名状 (2007)

    I absolutely loved this movie. Maybe because it's so refreshing to see Jet in a good dramatic role. After this movie I believe he demonstrated he is more then just a martial arts actor. Andy Lau and Takeshi Kaneshiro did exceptionally well also. The production was grand and the cinematagraphy constantly breathtaking. All battles were done very well. An awesome way to end cinema for 2007.
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    The Kung Fu Fandom awards 2007: Best fight choreography

    Flash Point
  11. This is going to be another Dead or Alive. I see it already.
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    Ip Man

    I feel if you want a more complete and dramatic version of the movie it would be Wong Kar Wai's. If you are more in on the action side of things I believe the Wilson Yip one will definitely be better especially with Donnie Yen's involvement. It's like comparing Ashes of Time and Eagle Shooting Heroes. One was good for it's artistic side while the other was just mindless fun. Personally I think I'll prefer Wilson's version cause I find many of Wong Kar Wai's movies rather boring. No offense but he's not my type of director.
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    The Warlords / 投名状 (2007)

    So has anyone watched this yet? Overall I heard the reviews were generally positive.
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    Free Hip Hop for my KFF fam...

    Wussup Elaquent! I've been out of the loop for a little chillin with the fam and friends over Christmas break but when I get the chance I will definitely check out your music.
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    Top 5 cliche's

    :D FUNNY!
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