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What are your favorite 90's era kung fu films?

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Since Jet Li ruled the 90"s this list isn't gonna be very diverse lol

 

Fist Of Legend

Fong Sai Yuk

Last hero in China

Once upon a time in China 2

Iron Monkey

Legend of the Wolf

Drunken Master 2

My Father is a Hero

Skinny tiger Fatty Dragon

Wing Chun

 

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Well the obvious comes to mind.

1. The 'ONCE UPON A TIME IN CHINA'

Series W/ JET LI.

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2. 'IRON MONKEY'

No doubt one of the greatest 90's new fu flixs of all time.

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Did you all know of these Iron Monkey movies.

 

IRON MONKEY 1955.

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Story of Iron Monkey, The Concluding Episode (1955)

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The Iron Monkey (1977)

We all know this.

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And.

Iron Monkey 2 (1996)

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GD Y-Y

 

 

 

 

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Here's the rundown...Iron monkey,The Blade,Tai chi master,Drunken master 2,Operation Scorpio (Kim won jin showing us the real scorpian style! )Pantyhose Hero,Blade of fury(underrated.That movie had the god of wushu himself Zhou chang jun.He murdered it with his drunken jian sword form!)Once upon a time in china 2(Donnie vs Jet for the 1st time!)And let's not forget the ladies in the Avenging Quartet(Where else were you going to find Yukari Oshima,Moon Lee,Cynthia Khan,and Michiko Nishiwaki all in the same film!) This list can continue but I'll leave it at that.For now...?

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Love on Delivery is an all-too-often forgotten classic.

I'll 2nd this and I'm not even a Stephen Chow fan. Very inventive film and for once, the man made me laugh... hard.

 

THAT'S MONEY starring Yukari Oshima and Kara Hui is another that deserves more attention. Funny, sexy (kind of) and features plentiful fights; some of the best in either ladies' careers.

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My faves have to be Tiger Cage 2, Tai Chi Master, Once Upon A Time In China 1&2, Evil Cult, Fist Of Legend, Hitman, Black Mask, Drunken Master 2, She Shoots Straight, Bury Me High, Swordsman In Double Flag Town, Scorpion King, Story Of Ricky, Kickboxer's Tears, Barefoot Kid, Sam the Iron Bridge, Ninja in Ancient China, 13 Cold Blooded Eagles, Burning Paradise, My Father Is a Hero, Who Am I?, Drive

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THAT'S MONEY starring Yukari Oshima and Kara Hui is another that deserves more attention. Funny, sexy (kind of) and features plentiful fights; some of the best in either ladies' careers.

It deserves a DVD release and then it would get talked about more.  I wish Yukari Oshima had more comedic roles in good movies like this.  Her and Ng Man Tat work well together.  

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It deserves a DVD release and then it would get talked about more.  I wish Yukari Oshima had more comedic roles in good movies like this.  Her and Ng Man Tat work well together.  

I love The Osh, she is awesome

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Iron Monkey

Legend of the Wolf

The Blade

Drunken Master 2

Tiger Cage 2

Police Story 3: Supercop

Armour of God 2: Operation Condor

Once Upon a Time in China Trilogy

Hitman

My Father is a Hero

Encounter of the Spooky Kind 2

Skinny Tiger & Fatty Dragon

The Twin Dragons

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