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Angry that Kang isn't interested in her, a woman with an entitlement complex slices off his arm. Fang heals and eventually faces off with the Long-Armed Devil.
Lee played Chen Zhen, a martial arts master who sets out to avenge the death of his master.
There was a mix-up at the studios, and it was released under the name "The Chinese Connection," a title that was supposed to be reserved for another Bruce Lee film, "The Big Boss."
The 1988 film starred Jean-Claude Van Damme and became a cult sensation, turning the lead actor into a Hollywood star.
Although the fight scenes were praised, the acting was not. Van Damme was nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst New Star.
He didn’t really have a name. His original goal is to assassinate the king, but he has a change of heart when he realizes that the king's death could harm the country.
It was meant to be released as one four-hour movie, but eventually it was sliced into two parts. There are rumors that a third may eventually be created.
Tony Jaa received rave reviews for his performance in this 2003 film. He went on to help direct two prequels in the series.
This 1982 film is notable as the debut for Jet Li, who went on to have a long-lived Hollywood career.
"Drunken Master" spurred the popularity of Zui Quan, or drunken fist, style of fighting. Just as notable is the way it launched the career of Jackie Chan.
Lee did all of the directing for "Way of the Dragon," a box office and critical success. Lee, of course, also starred in the film.
The Tiger isn't one of the five styles, which are The Snake, The Toad, The Centipede, The Lizard and The Scorpion.
The Lizard style is noted for its agility … and for the fact that its practitioners can walk on walls with apparent ease.
Chan famously does almost all of his own fighting and stunts. He has appeared in more than 150 movies and is also a renowned singer.
Chow was writer, director, producer … and he also starred in the movie. He had a budget of $20 million and the film grossed five times that amount at the box office.
The 2011 film was made in Indonesia. It was originally titled "The Deadly Raid" but had to be renamed for distribution in the U.S.
The 2000 hit film had a budget of less than $20 million but made more than $200 million worldwide. It won four Academy Awards.
The film made Lee a superstar director. He also directed "Hulk" and "Brokeback Mountain."
"Enter the Dragon" was last film before he died from a reaction to painkillers. Some say this was his best film.
Andy Lau had the lead role in this film, which is as much of a love story as it is a martial arts flick. Lau is also a wildly popular pop singer.
Woo-ping's exquisite sense of timing propelled the action in "The Matrix" to (figuratively and literally) new heights.
He didn't break his skull, but he hurt just about every other part of his body. Chan earned a reputation for fearlessly doing all of his own stunts.
Jet Li revisits the role of Chen Zhen, the character first brought to life by Bruce Lee in "Fist of Fury." Unlike so many remakes, this one was a hit with fans and critics alike.
Li starred in 1991's "Once Upon a Time in China," which started a new trend in Hollywood kung-fu films. Li has been in many other films, including all three of "The Expendables" movies.
The 2008 film from Hong Kong is based on stories of the martial arts master who taught Bruce Lee. It won Best Film at the Hong Kong Film Awards.
"The Master Killer" is also known as "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin." Shaolin is one of the oldest institutionalized styles of Chinese martial arts and has been evolving for more than 1,500 years.
"The Protector" is a 2005 film starring Tony Jaa. In the U.K. it was called "The Warrior King."
"The Legend of Drunken Master" turned out to be one of Jackie Chan's finest moments. The film was his first Chinese-style martial arts film since the early 1980s.
The 20-minute fight scene is packed with jaw-dropping acrobatics. It has been ranked as one of the best martial arts scenes of all-time.
Jet Li was the star of the 2006 film. It was his last-ever martial arts-style movie.