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Huo Yuan Jia (2006)
China / Japanese
""Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself makes you fearless." - Lao Tzu "
This film tells the story of Chinese Martial Arts Master Huo Yuanjia (1869-1910). Huo Yuanjia was the founder and spiritual guru of the Jin Wu Sports Federation.
Jet Li Huo Yuanjia
Shido Nakamura Anno Tanaka
Betty Sun Moon (as Li Sun)
Yong Dong Nong Jinsun
Hee Ching Paw Yuanjia's Mother
Yun Qu Grandma
Nathan Jones Hercules O'Brien
Brandon Rhea German Fighter
Anthony De Longis Spanish Fighter
Jean Claude Leuyer English Boxer
Mike Leeder Fight Referee
Jon T. Benn American Businessman
John Paisley English Businessman
Collin Chou Yuanjia's Father
Masato Harada Mita
Director: Ronny Yu
Producer: William Kong,Jet Li,Buting Yang,Ronny Yu
Writer: Chris Chow,Chi-long To
Jet Li in a Masterpiece
I've always been a fan of Jet Li since his early days, and frankly his movies and performances in them have been terrible in the last few years mainly due to his attempts to be a profitable and a more mainstream actor in the US. As a result, we were treated to "nice" movies like The One and Cradle to the Grave. This movie though makes up them. This was truly a gem. Not only were the action sequences spectacular, and I iterate spectacular, but the story line and acting as well as screen play was very tastefully done. Gone were the traditional comedic side plot, and welcomed was a sense of respect not only for the Chinese but also for some of the foreign countries that are often portrayed poorly in the movies. In the end, I can't help but feel like I've not only seen a great movie but felt the humanity and pride that the movie released. See it!

Seen it:Ja
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:Divx 1
Imdb rating: 7.7
Musician: Shigeru Umebayashi
Running time: 104 min / UK
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