Michelle Yeoh in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon dir Ang Lee.
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LEGENDARY WEAPONS OF CHINA (1982). One of giants of 1970s was director Lau Kar-leung--such classics as 36th Chamber of Shaolin, Dirty Ho (not what it sounds like), My Young Auntie, and later, the Jackie Chan masterpiece Drunken Master II. In 1982, Lau broke w/his typical kung fu sensibilities and delivered a slightly fantastical tale in Legendary Weapons of China, in which a promising pupil during the Boxer Rebellion is tasked with recruiting warriors who can withstand bullets.
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What some call the comic book element . When dude leaves cold blooded crew they all come to kill him. Befreinded by a "wandering bum" they Revenge the Revengers. Great drama and tense slo mo camera. By the Shaws of course.
The Legend of Fong Sai Yuk: In a time of oppression and secret resistance, the legendary folk hero Fong Sai-Yuk faces off against a bevy of dangerous rivals in a spectacular martial arts tournament to try to win the hand of a beautiful maiden.