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    Default Best fighting scenes from Jing Yong series

    Fighting scenes is like one of the most important things we look for when it comes down to watching a wuxia series....

    So whats your list of favourite fight scenes from all those Jing Yong Adaptions out there?

    Do you prefer the fighting scenes filled with CGI, or no CGI?
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    My Personal favorites :

    Xiao Ao Jiang Hu 2001
    - The last fight between RWX-YBQ and YBQ-LHC
    - The fight in the bamboo forest btwn RYY and ZLC
    - The 3 major fights in Shaolin Temple
    - The fight btwn LPZ and YCH / MGF
    - The fight btwn LHC and the assasins

    She Diao Ying Xiong Zhuan 2003
    - The bow and arrow fight in Mongolia
    - The first apperance of MCF leading to the confrontation with the 7 Freaks
    - The fight btwn GJ and MCF leading to the first apperance of HYS
    - The fight btwn HYS, MCF, 7 Taoist of QZ and GJ
    - The fight btwn GJ and the Fisherman

    Shen Diao Xia Lu 1984
    - The last fight btwn YG and GWM
    - Every fights btwn GJ and GWM
    - XLN/YG vs. GWM

    Yi Tian Tu Long Chi 1986
    - ZWJ defending the Ming Cult on the peak.
    - The 3 on 3 fight

    She Diao Ying Xiong Zhuan 1983
    - The fight btwn AYH and H7Q

    Yi Tien Tu Long Chi 1978
    - The fight on the island where XX first showed up and when he roared

    Tien Long Ba Bu 1982
    - All the fight scenes involving laser coming out from their fingers, totally 80s, totally memorable and totally cheesy by today's standard but reminds you of the good old days

    Smiling Proud Wanderer 1984
    - The last fight

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    DGSD'96-the fights at Shaolin of course

    LOCh'83-when HYS and H7G is testing GJ at Mt.Hua

    LOCH'94-The last fight of the 4 Greats(too bad it's made up though)

    ROCH'95-YG's and GLFW's last stand

    HSDS'00-the fight of ZMK with ZZR and the three monks at Shaolin
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    Originally posted by Temujin
    My Personal favorites :

    Xiao Ao Jiang Hu 2001
    - The last fight between RWX-YBQ and YBQ-LHC
    - The fight in the bamboo forest btwn RYY and ZLC
    - The 3 major fights in Shaolin Temple
    - The fight btwn LPZ and YCH / MGF
    - The fight btwn LHC and the assasins

    She Diao Ying Xiong Zhuan 2003
    - The bow and arrow fight in Mongolia
    - The first apperance of MCF leading to the confrontation with the 7 Freaks
    - The fight btwn GJ and MCF leading to the first apperance of HYS
    - The fight btwn HYS, MCF, 7 Taoist of QZ and GJ
    - The fight btwn GJ and the Fisherman

    Agreed!
    these two adaptions truely deserve credits for the best fighting scenes.....
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    The Sword Stained With Royal Blood 1984

    - While looking for the treasure at a house Yuen Sing Chi first met and fought against Cao Fa Shun. (click here)

    - Yuen Sing Chi against the hunch back DR
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    I agree with Temujin and linghuchong.

    I also like the needle work of DFBB in XAJH2001.

    And in HSDS2003, I love the part where ZWJ fights the three servants of Zhao Min at WuDang, while pretending to be a disciple of Zhang San Feng.
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    The guy who played Xu Zhu in DGSD 96/97. Does he know at least some kung fu (unlike most other wuxia actors)? I noticed he did not have stuntmen substitutes and he moved pretty well in the fight with DCQ.

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    yep, he does knows kung fu, his names "fan siu Wong"

    Another question:

    In old wuxia series, martial arts like HL18Z is just shown as a palm skill, where as now, they tend to show HL18Z as a dragon shooting out thanks to CGI, now my question is....which one do you think is more suitable

    I personally like how they shoot the dragon out, even though its not as realistic, it just looks awesome!
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    Originally posted by fridaythe13th
    I agree with Temujin and linghuchong.

    I also like the needle work of DFBB in XAJH2001.

    And in HSDS2003, I love the part where ZWJ fights the three servants of Zhao Min at WuDang, while pretending to be a disciple of Zhang San Feng.
    You are right I forgot to mention the needle fighting scene with DFBB. Actually the fight scene on the beautiful bridge at Heng Shan was also very memorable. And off course, the fighting scenes during the merger of all the sword sects in Song Shan.

    Also, the fighting scene with the big wine jug btwn the 7 Freaks and QCJ in LOCH 03.

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    HL18Z is classified as a 'palm' skill, but it does 'shoot' out, as evidence from XF's strikes against DC. There was never a mention of a dragon flying out (I don't think). I kinda like both ways though..

    One cool scene that has stuck with me for ages now is the scene in LOCH 94 when The Taoist guy (forgot his name) and GJ meet with YK and his (7?) bodyguards. The Taoist and 1 of the guards start matching palms, then OYK comes in, placing his un-opened fan between their palms, then opens it, pushing them both back. You gotta see it, It's hard to explain. I just thought that was so cool.
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    I would prefer if they leave out the CG dragons in long distance palm blasts. Use translucent ripple effects or something. CG Dragons is way too cheese and low class.

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    what about QKDNY (Ming Sect's Martial arts ) - as like a mirror reflecting stance like how TVB showed it in HSDS 00, even though this looks really cheesy, how else can it be shown?!
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    Originally posted by CC
    The guy who played Xu Zhu in DGSD 96/97. Does he know at least some kung fu (unlike most other wuxia actors)? I noticed he did not have stuntmen substitutes and he moved pretty well in the fight with DCQ.
    As linghuchong said, yes he does. It is a Southern style called "Hung Kuen" or "Hung Gar", said to have been created by a Shaolin lay disciple called Hung Hei Gwoon, a contemporary of Fong Sai Yuk and anti-Manchu "patriot".

    I remember reading a quote that he used to practice the "gung ji fook fu kuen" (I-shaped tiger subdueing fist) and the "fu hok suerng ying kuen" (tiger crane fist).

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    Originally posted by CC
    The guy who played Xu Zhu in DGSD 96/97. Does he know at least some kung fu (unlike most other wuxia actors)? I noticed he did not have stuntmen substitutes and he moved pretty well in the fight with DCQ.
    Think he went to china and study kung fu there for a few years before his acting career started in Hong kong.
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    He definitely knows kungfu. And he has muscles O_o

    Unlike Felix's body (the scene of the wolf tattoe is horrible) the actor of XZ was built =O

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    Awww.....come on, Felix's body isn't that bad. Not skinny nor chubby at least. Just a normal body. And yep, XZ from DGSD'96 deffinent don't have an embarasing body. I were when I saw how he kicked and jumped during the time he're learning kung fu from the wall. That guy got moves. He will deffinently beat up Felix and Benny in a real fight.
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    Originally posted by linghuchong
    yep, he does knows kung fu, his names "fan siu Wong"

    Another question:

    In old wuxia series, martial arts like HL18Z is just shown as a palm skill, where as now, they tend to show HL18Z as a dragon shooting out thanks to CGI, now my question is....which one do you think is more suitable

    I personally like how they shoot the dragon out, even though its not as realistic, it just looks awesome!
    Depends on how often CGI is used in the said show. It was totally inappropriate in CCTV's LoCH, where XL18Z was made out to be the most powerful attack in the world... when it patently wasn't! LoCH was rather restrained in the use of blatant CGI, using mostly 'wripple' effects for Qi emanations, except for XL18Z! It bugged the heck out of that they actually animated dragons when GJ's XL18 wasn't even that powerful.

    On the other hand, the same dragon SFX would be totally appropriate for something like TVB's HSDS2000, where all the actors were fat, lazy bums who did nothing but wave their arms while the computer guys added in pretty graphics. When 9YSG shoots DBZ-style fireballs, CGI dragons for XL18Z is totally appropriate.

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    little pic of CGI HL18Z from loch 03
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