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Top 10 Kung-Fu Movies on Netflix

Top 10 Kung-Fu Movies on Netflix

Top 10 Kung-Fu Movies on Netflix

Top 10 Kung-Fu Movies on Netflix

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  • sumitup (1 point : 258 days ago)

    Kill Bill Vol 1 - THE REVENGE STORY THAT PUTS ALL OTHERS TOO SHAME!!! This is one of Quentin Tarantino's best! Only SECOND too Pulp Fiction. It's so good....It had too be split into two PARTS! Or....Volumes I should say. The story is nothing but pure revenge. And the lengths that the bride will go too in order too get that revenge are crazy. Including killing one of her targets right in front of their child, killing innocent nurses who try too rape her while she's asleep (And I think succeed at some point), and of course SLAUGHTERING AN ENTIRE SQUADRON OF YAKUZAS!!! Seriously The scene with the Crazy 88's has too be one of the most goriest scenes in all of cinema. And it is absolutely f**king beautiful. Beatrix Kiddo looked like such an alpha-woman in that scene, and throughout the rest of the movie! The soundtrack is incredible, the action is insanely good, the story & acting are amazing as well! You could feel the emotion during the final battle scene between O-Ren Ishii & Beatrix as they square off with each other. The animated part that explained O-ren's backstory isnt half bad either. It's short & sweet. Overall, THIS is why I love Quentin Tarantino's movies. The dialogue, the action, the story-telling, his songs, EVERYTHING! This man is F**king amazing. In the words of JeremyJahns I will say that Kill Bill: Vol. 1 IS......AWESOMETACULAR.
    Kill Bill Vol 2 - While I consider volume 1 to be high art, volume 2 is not as lofty in style or design. Even so, it provides a great continuation of a story that was simply too large to be done justice in a single 90 minute film. Among the less prominent aspects of volume 2, the performance of Michael Parks stands out. This is an actor who, like Robert Forster, is a true master who should have become Hollywood legends but who never got the right breaks. While Parks did not particularly leap off the screen in volume 1, his work in 2 was riveting. Of the more prominent actors, Daryl Hannah was absolute dynamite in both films. For those who view her performance in Splash as defining Hannah, her performance in KB will rock you. Regarding David Carradine, this was his finest work - appealing yet threatening, pleasant yet dangerous, he was great. And I should add that he, along with Sam jackson, was the only actor on earth who could take a Tarantino monologue and actually make it work.

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  • netflixaholic (2 points : 365 days ago)

    I found direct links to Amazon too:

    10. Kill Bill Volume 1 & Volume 2
    9. Bloodsport
    8. The Big Boss (No Streaming, DVD Only)
    7. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    6. Wing Chun
    5. Iron Monkey
    4. Ip Man
    3. The Legend of Drunken Master (No Streaming, DVD only)
    2. Way of The Dragon (No Streaming, DVD only)
    1. The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (No Streaming, DVD only)

    Special Mentions:
    Jet Li's Fearless
    Hero
    House of Flying Daggers

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  • nattybatty (1 point : 369 days ago)

    I'm glad The Legend of the Drunken Master made it to the list. It's my favorite.

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  • Woodsy (6 points : 381 days ago)

    Dragon deserves at least a mention. A great martial arts movie with a very unique premise. I'll go out on a limb and say it's Donnie Yen's best movie to date

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    • daredevil334 (1 point : 380 days ago)

      Donne Yen's best movie? Nah, that'd be Ip - Man for sure.

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    • turboman (1 point : 380 days ago)

      There's a movie called "Dragon" starring "Donnie Yen"?! shit! With an 84% on RT as well. Nice!

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      • subjeero (1 point : 378 days ago)

        It's pretty good. There's some awesome fighting scenes but there was one thing that was kinda off about the movie but I can't remember what that is anymore lol.

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    • buzkill (1 point : 380 days ago)

      I agree. It's got some awesome scenes like this and more which made it quite special.

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    • baiju (1 point : 380 days ago)

      I remember watching this movie. The martial arts scene were epic but it couldn't compensate for a not so great story.

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  • stewie (2 points : 381 days ago)

    Epic list! I'm totally gonna watch all of them during the Thanksgiving weekend

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  • srabble02 (2 points : 387 days ago)

    What about Kung-Fu hustle? xD It's just like Shaolin Soccer, but with martial arts.

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    • feelthebern (1 point : 378 days ago)

      Thanks for these awesome Netflix links. I was wondering if the author could do a list of best kung fu movies in case I decide to host my own kung fu thanksgiving marathon XD.

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    • malcomx (2 points : 387 days ago)

      Awesome! Thanks @netflixaholic

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    • buhrito (1 point : 387 days ago)

      Project A was hilarious and a fantastic fighting movie at the same time. I wish they would release more movies like this. Thank god for Kung Fury which is kinda reigniting this genre all over again.

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  • samuraiJack (1 point : 387 days ago)

    Great list. I wonder if you could do a list of the top animes on Netflix too xD

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  • daredevil334 (1 point : 387 days ago)

    Netflix doesn't have Fist of Legend?! Or was that not Kung-fuey enough to.make the list ;)

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  • yippiepippie (1 point : 387 days ago)

    Ip Man and Bloodsport are top two for me. Those were so epic!

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