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Golden Chickensss 2014 (Movies)
Ip Man 2008 as Ip Man (Movies)
An Empress and the Warriors 2008 (Movies)
Flash Point 2007 (Movies)
Dragon Tiger Gate 2006 as Wong Siu Long (Movies)
SPL 2005 (Movies)
The Twins Effect II 2004 (Movies)
Love On The Rocks 2004 (Movies)
Hero 2003 (Movies)
Fist of Fury 1995 (ATV TV Series)
The Kung Fu Master 1994 (ATV TV Series)
Dragon Inn 1992 (Movies)
Once Upon a Time in China II 1992 (Movies)
The Crime File 1991 (TVB Series)
Flying Squads 1989 (TVB Series)
In the Line of Duty IV 1989 (Movies)
Donnie Yen's smile at the end was pretty eerie. I like this Hannibal type character. A Kung Fu Silence of the Lambs has so much awesome potential, but all of it, like others have said, definitely rides on the dialogue, cause that's the downfall of so ...
'14 Blades' is a kung fu thriller set during the Ming Dynasty and centered on a secret service agent (Donnie Yen) in the emperor's court who is betrayed and then hunted by his colleagues. Specs and supplements have not been detailed yet, but suggested ...
Police Story 2013 was a disaster, as was Donnie Yen's Iceman; Thailand's Tom Yum Goong 2 had little more than a breakout performance from Marrese Crump to recommend it, while Overheard 3 started strong but ended up being a convoluted chore.
Well Go USA's currently-available films on Dramafever.com feature some of the best talent from around the globe – both in front and behind the camera, including Donnie Yen, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Chow Yun-Fat, Andy Lau, Jay Chou, and Takashi Shimizu.
Last year, the domestic box office narrowly edged out foreign releases on the backs of hits such as West: Conquering the Demons, Donnie Yen's The Monkey King, and Dad, Where Are We Going? But it was believed that there was already a good chance that ...
... swordplay films, Studio Ghibli and other Anime classics – while my love of the Hong Kong film industry grew to include Jackie Chan, Chow-Yun Fat, John Woo, Tsui Hark, Jet Li, Tony Leung, Donnie Yen and a miscellany of others, too numerous to compile.
After that, time continues on its rapid march, speeding through the 1930's - with a funny Donnie Yen cameo reprising his Ip Man role as a piss-take on Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmaster - and then the 1970s and 1980s nightclub scene, right up until today.