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Monday, 01 October 2007 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
Jet Li's Fearless The year is 1910. In China, the country is beset by foreign occupiers whose oppressive air of Western superiority rankles the population. Exacerbating this situation is the inability of any Chinese fighter to defeat a Western combatant. At a Shanghai combat exhibition, sprightly and adept Huo Yuan Jia (Jet Li) steps into the arena and quickly makes mincemeat of three talented competitors. With only one match left to win, Huo faces off with a Japanese combatant (Nakamura Shidou) sponsored by the British and the story flashes back to thirty years before. Although young Huo’s father (Collin Chou) is a powerful martial artist, he refuses to train his son. However, Huo’s passion for training cannot be stifled, and he grows up to be a highly-esteemed local Wu Shu martial arts champion, with a cadre of students and acolytes. His cocky nature brings him to ruin when he rashly confronts another local champion over a ...
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Friday, 01 September 2006 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
Enter the Dragon Lee (Lee), an adept martial artist at the Shaolin temple is given a mission by British agents: enter an exclusive martial arts tournament on a remote island run by the nefarious Han (Kien), and while there infiltrate his compound and find evidence of his heroin operation. Lee’s determination to undo Han is set when one of the Shaolin monks reveals that Han’s men are responsible for the death of Lee’s sister. Lee is joined on the island by dozens of competitors, among them Roper (John Saxon), a gambler in trouble with the mob, and his friend, fellow Viet-Nam vet Williams, (Jim Kelly). “Enter the Dragon” is classic 70’s drive-in/grindhouse fare featuring a simple plot designed to feature as much butt-kicking, ultra-violent martial arts action as possible. The film, released 3 months after Bruce Lee’s tragic death, launched Lee into the stratosphere as a legend and pop-culture icon. Essentially, it’s a riff on ...
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