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  1. I salute you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the ring, where legends have been beating the crap out of each other for decades for YOUR entertainment. -- Bloodsport (1988) So while some of you may be working on and submitting your favorite movie lines of all time in the coming months, I came up with a top of my own to keep you guys entertained during that time as well! So, there's something strangely captivating about watching people duke it out, which might explain the huge popularity of MMA and boxing tournaments. Movie fights are heavily choreographed though and have more in common with wrestling and professional dancing than competitive fighting. But we enjoy epic action scenes, don't we? Take the T-800 absolutely devastating the police station in The Terminator, for example... ... well, it's all fake you know, because -- news flash -- movies are fake. But why should it matter? It's a great sequence and it looks amazing! Same goes for movie fights. We all know they're fake, but that's beside the point. What matters is that they're engaging, awesome, and that they serve a purpose! I've always wanted to do a top in here, after seeing epic lists like "great movies you've never heard of" by baumer and Tele, so here I am with a totally different kind of top. This is the kind of top that younger me would have loved to have stumbled upon! It just felt natural that this would be the subject I would tackle from the beginning. -- SPL: Kill Zone (2005) Why me? I have been watching and enjoying martial arts movies since I was a kid. Along with my brother, we would go rent VHS tapes of Jackie Chan and Jet Li movies at the video rental store, and watch them. We may or may not have tried fighting a bit, thinking we were bad-ass (we weren't). I have watched over 150 martial arts films in total, as well as a number of random fighting clips and compilations from various movies on YouTube that I simply cannot count. That in addition to non-Martial Arts films with fight sequences in them, which are numerous indeed (basically every other blockbuster?), and I have watched a lot of fights. There are still a bunch of action/martial arts movies I wish to see as some of them can be quite hard to find. It took more time than I initially thought to come up with this, but now I think I'm quite proud of the list I have! The reason why I wanted to do this is because movie fighting is a complicated thing. In fact, the truth is that most movie fights suck. It's not as simple as just telling actors "yo beat the crap out of each other" and calling it a day. You don't want the actors/stuntmen to get hurt, so it has be fake but look real for maximum impact... unless your name is Jackie Chan and it's all mostly real and people get hurt But looking real isn't always the goal either! Regardless, great movie fight choreography depends on a lot of factors, namely the actor/martial artist, the director, the fight choreographer, the stunts team, the editor, the cinematographer, and the screenwriter, if it applies. For a great movie fight sequence to be born, all of the above have to do an outstanding job. You can have the best fighter ever suck on screen if the choreography is terrible or if the director doesn't know how to properly frame and edit the fighting. Or you can have the best directing and editing only for the fighting actor and stunt team to... simply not be good enough! Thus, expect some surprises in this list, since so many factors come into play. Hell, even the music has a part to play! -- Royal Warriors (1986) About the list Well first of all, a disclaimer: There will be mild spoilers. I will try to spoil things as less as possible but really, if I wanna pique your interest and curiosity guys, I will have to spoil some things down the line. After all, many epic fight scenes tend to happen near the end of their movie! Since only a select few movies in this top have been reviewed here on BOT, I will try to find a good balance between reviewing them myself, or borrowing reviews from elsewhere whenever I find one I enjoyed reading. Now, as some of you may have guessed already, Chinese movies will be featured prominently in here. One only has to watch a few classic Hong Kong movies to see why that is. From the 1960's up until today, Hong Kong filmmakers have always had an eye for action (not just fighting), and this top aims to partly highlight that. But Hong Kong aren't the only ones doing some amazing work of course. There are others, which I hope will surprise you. There are American movies in this list of course, but mostly not the ones you would expect. Hopefully this top helps you guys discover new awesome movies! That's also why I am focusing on non-American movies as much as possible, since I know that BOT is more than 50% from North America. I guarantee you that you've never even heard of a majority of the movies in this list. Plus, a number of them are currently available on Amazon Prime or iTunes, even some of the old or underground ones, often for a couple bucks. So they're not so out of reach! Oh and I am running a little game along with this top by the way -- I will give a 1-month BOT gold subscription to the first person who correctly guesses the #1 movie fight sequence in this top. 1 fight sequence entry per person. Guess away! You have until I start the top 25. I will reveal the winner at the same time the #1 fight sequence is revealed. Those who guessed correctly but not first might also win something, at my discretion Remember, you have to guess the correct sequence, not just the movie (Don't worry, I'll be lenient on that front). We are now entering the ring. -- Iron Monkey (1993) Let the fighting... begin!
  2. Jawdropping numbers. Figures at thread title are minimums. Stephen Chow’s comedy The Mermaid dominated Asian box office charts again this weekend taking in $58.6 million included $55.8 million in China. The Mermaid has grossed $419.4 million in just two weeks of release in China and is now the highest grossing movie of all-time there. Other top territories for the wacky eco-friendly rom-com are Malaysia ($5.8M), Vietnam ($3.3M), and Singapore ($2.3M). In the US, it opened with an estimated $1.02M this weekend from 35 locations
  3. Both The Martian and Spectre are expected to be released around November. The Martian likely to come a little earlier but the two could be released as close to each other as about two weeks. The MI5 VS Minions showdown turned out not close at all. (Poor Minions; and Bad Minions) What about The Martian VS Spectre ?
  4. 4 major Hollywood releases are set to release in China in Aug + Sept. This club is a prediction that these 4 releases will make over 450 million USD in China. My predictions are: MI5 - 250 million USD Minions - 65-75 million USD Pixels 35-40 million USD Terminator: 100 million USD Who's in and who's out? What's your predictions for these 4 films in China?
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