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Who Is Your Favorite Movie Martial Artist?

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Guest Isabella

If I could pick only one it's definately Tony Jaa, no wires required!

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Guest Rain

I am going to have to go with Jet LI all the way. Also he is the real deal. He used to fight in tournaments before he got into the movie biz. Jackie Chan is great at choreographing funny fight sequences, which is mad cool.

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Carolyn Marie

Bruce Lee, fists down.

Second place - I'm going to go against the grain here. Would you believe....

Maxwell Smart! :P

Carolyn Marie

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Guest Isabella

Fists of Fury, Enter the Dragon, what's not to love? I have never seen another human being any time any where work a set chucks like Bruce Lee!!!

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Guest Jess_W

i'd have to say jackie chan, he's adorable, funny, and does his own stunts, sometimes getting really hurt in the process, now that's manly!

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Guest Robin Winter

Jet Li, Tony Jaa, and Chow Yun Fat. Those would be my top 3

I do like Jackie Chan for his silliness. Not a fan of bruce lee, though I do admire him for his skill.

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Sally

I notice that while we have seen so many of the big stars no one has mentioned Steven Seagal is it over his limited acting abilities or his general lack of conditioning?

My favorites include Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, David Carradine, Tom Laughlin and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar!

Yes, Kareem made a martial arts film with Brice Lee because Bruce was so impressed with Kareem's abilities and the grace of movement, agility and quickness from such a big man.

Love ya,

Sally

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Guest viv

Hi Hun,

Got to go with Bruce Lee. I heard he was so quick

the film had to be "slowed down" on playback , if you

know what I mean. Any way, for me he ruled, Luv,viv :)

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Guest CJwar

Steven Seagal!...no no seriously.

Jackie Chan. I think he did some amazing stuff in those old movies, and hey....he actually could fight and talk at the same time. Amazing I know.

Jet Li would be right behind him...he's also not bad at the fighting and talking thing...amazing.

Just cause it's an action movie doesn't mean that you shouldn't know how to act. Or am I asking for too much?

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Guest AlexanderG

Is it martial arts?

One and only = Jason Statham. He makes the genre worthwhile for me.

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Guest Melanieshaman

Bruce Lee is the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of all Time)...he whooped Norris' butt for reals in the movie they did together, i think i heard he broken something, like a rib, or arm or something. Bruce Lee without hesitation!

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Guest sarah f

Jet Li or Jackie Chan are the ones I like to watch the most. I love to watch the out takes after the movie is over with Jackie Chan. He always does his own stunts and always messes up.

Sarah F

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Guest Neuro

MR. MIYAGI, OF THE KARATE KID. Pat Morita, R.I.P. >8D THAT GUY WAS AWESOME.

But as for cartoons, Ranma Saotome all the way! Someday he will find the spring of drowned boy.

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Guest UnicornGiggles

I'm going to say Cynthia Rothrock, simply because no-one knows who she is :D

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Guest Skylar

I'd have to say Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and Bruce Lee in that order.

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Guest Caroline_J

Bruce Lee by far! He always seemed to have been real to me. Jackie Chan is cool but Bruce Lee is just absolutely insane to watch fight.

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Guest Girl Emily

Bruce Lee is my favorite.... no contest. Next David Caradine though he is not a real martial artist.

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Guest NatashaJade

I used to love Seagal something fierce. His first three movies rocked. Then he got stupid. That being said, I'm a big fan of Jet Li.

luv

Gin

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