Have to watch Flash Point again because maybe it was also in that movie, but I thought it was SPL where Donnie punches a stoolie so hard he makes the guy a retard and in the process crushes a car's roof in. Mighty is the Donnie. SPL made me Donnie fan. Love the Wu Jing fight scene, especially the way Donnie strips off his leather jacket at the end, throws it away in disgust and stalks away on a huff to go fight Sammo Hung. Any fight from Ip Man or Ip Man 2. Donnie's speed and execution of Wing Chun really need to be seen to be believed.
Fist of Fury vs. Fist of Legend – Jiayoo Wushu
Fist of Fury Donnie Yen vs Xin Xin Xiong
Now you can learn the most functional silat techniques whenever and wherever you want on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Get more info here! Login or Register to comment. March, ,. Donnie Yen first appeared on my radar 25 years ago, when his name often graced the pages of martial arts periodicals.
Legend of The Fist : The Return of Chen Zhen
COM All rights reserved. His 30 episode series for Hong Kong's ATV allowed him the time to flesh out a back story for featured characters and narrate events leading up to those depicted in the earlier movie. He also quoted all the scenes and images audiences knew well from Lee's original, such as Chen Zhen, dressed in a white suit, mourning at his master's grave, or the hero taking on the Japanese dojo, encircled by Japanese fighters. He not only experimented with different styles of action but with camerawork, editing, soundtrack and chroma key effects, suggesting an epic sweep for these characters' lives. Romance, intrigue, and drama became key elements in Yen's storytelling.
Although described as a sequel to Fist of Legend , which was directed by co-writer Gordon Chan, this film shares little with Fist of Legend other than the character of Chen Zhen played by Jet Li in Fist of Legend and actor Yasuaki Kurata, who plays a different role. While Fist of Legend offers a message of tolerance and understanding in terms of Sino-Japanese relations, Legend of the Fist is filled with clumsy ham-fisted Chinese nationalism that is now commonplace in Chinese films. Many characters use MA1s throughout the film.