The Killer Meteors (1976)

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The Chinese Boxer (1970)
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The Chinese Boxer (1970)

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The Chinese Boxer (1970)
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The Chinese Boxer (1970)

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The Chinese Boxer (1970)
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The Chinese Boxer (1970)

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Wu Xia (2011)
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Wu Xia (2011)

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Wu Xia (2011)
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Wu Xia (2011)

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Wu Xia (2011)
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Wu Xia (2011)

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Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969)
dir. Chang Cheh
3.5/4
With the original One-Armed Swordsman in 1967, Chang Cheh re-defined what the martial arts film genre was and  would be. Over the next two years, countless other films sought to  capture audiences as Chang’s film had, but few other directors were able  to harness the sheer energy on display in a Chang Cheh film. With Return of the One-Armed Swordsman, Chang…
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Return of the One-Armed Swordsman (1969)

dir. Chang Cheh

3.5/4

With the original One-Armed Swordsman in 1967, Chang Cheh re-defined what the martial arts film genre was and would be. Over the next two years, countless other films sought to capture audiences as Chang’s film had, but few other directors were able to harness the sheer energy on display in a Chang Cheh film. With Return of the One-Armed Swordsman, Chang…

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The Sword of Swords (1968)
dir. Cheng Kang
3.5/4
The Sword of Swords is somewhat overlong and overly  melodramatic, but it more than makes up for this with some of the best  choreographed fights to come out of the Shaw Brothers studios up to this  point. With the action directed by famous duo Tang Chia and Liu Chia  Liang, you know to expect something special and nearly every fight in  the film delivers on that promise. The film is more than just fights  though, and without…
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The Sword of Swords (1968)

dir. Cheng Kang

3.5/4

The Sword of Swords is somewhat overlong and overly melodramatic, but it more than makes up for this with some of the best choreographed fights to come out of the Shaw Brothers studios up to this point. With the action directed by famous duo Tang Chia and Liu Chia Liang, you know to expect something special and nearly every fight in the film delivers on that promise. The film is more than just fights though, and without…

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Golden Swallow (1968)
dir. Chang Cheh
2.5/4
Billed as a sequel to King Hu’s early Shaw classic, Come Drink With Me, Golden Swallow is Chang Cheh’s take on a classic wuxia epic. It contains elements of his previous, groundbreaking films (The One-Armed Swordsman & The Assassin)  while also pushing forward his own style and technique to create an  increasingly dynamic film palette to work from as his career progressed.  According to Chang Cheh, Golden Swallow was his “first personal favorite” of his films and…
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Golden Swallow (1968)

dir. Chang Cheh

2.5/4

Billed as a sequel to King Hu’s early Shaw classic, Come Drink With Me, Golden Swallow is Chang Cheh’s take on a classic wuxia epic. It contains elements of his previous, groundbreaking films (The One-Armed Swordsman & The Assassin) while also pushing forward his own style and technique to create an increasingly dynamic film palette to work from as his career progressed. According to Chang Cheh, Golden Swallow was his “first personal favorite” of his films and…

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