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  1. 14 Blades

    14 Blades (2010)


    14 Blades is a 2010 wuxia film directed by Daniel Lee, starring Donnie Yen, Zhao Wei, Wu Chun, Kate Tsui and Qi Yuwu. The film was released on 4 February 2010 in China and on 11 February 2010 in Hong Kong. It received mixed reviews with critics focusing on their praise on Yen and Zhao.

  2. 1911

    1911 (2011)


    1911, also known as Xinhai Revolution and The 1911 Revolution, is a 2011 Chinese historical drama film. The film is a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution. It is also Jackie Chan's 100th film in his career. Besides starring in it, Chan is also the executive producer and co-director of the film. Co-stars include Chan's son Jaycee Chan, Li Bingbing, Winston Chao, Joan Chen and Hu Ge. This film was selected to open the 24th Tokyo International Film Festival.

  3. 3 Ninjas

    3 Ninjas (1992)


    3 Ninjas is a 1992 American martial arts comedy film directed by Jon Turteltaub, starring Victor Wong, Michael Treanor, Max Elliott Slade, and Chad Power. It was the only 3 Ninjas film released by Touchstone Pictures, while the others were released by TriStar Pictures. The film is about three young brothers who learn martial arts from their Japanese grandfather.

  4. 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain

    3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998)


    3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain is a 1998 American martial arts film, and the fourth and last installment in the 3 Ninjas franchise.

  5. 3 Ninjas Kick Back

    3 Ninjas Kick Back (1994)


    3 Ninjas Kick Back is a 1994 American sequel to the film 3 Ninjas. It received mostly negative reviews from critics. This is the only 3 Ninjas film with a video game adaptation. Despite being released before 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up due to legal issues, this film was actually shot a year later. Mori's last name in this film changes from Tanaka to Shintaro for no apparent reason.

  6. 6 Bullets

    6 Bullets (2012)


    Six Bullets is a 2012 American action film directed by Ernie Barbarash, and starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Joe Flanigan, Anna-Louise Plowman, Charlotte Beaumont and Jean-Claude Van Damme's real life son, Kristopher Van Varenberg, and daughter, Bianca Van Varenberg. The film was released on direct-to-DVD in the United States on September 11, 2012.

  7. A Force of One

    A Force of One (1979)


    A Force of One is a 1979 martial arts film starring Jennifer O'Neill, Ron O'Neal, Clu Gulager, Bill Wallace and Chuck Norris. The film was directed by Paul Aaron and written by Pat E. Johnson and Ernest Tidyman.

  8. A Fu

    A Fu (2000)


    A Fighter's Blues (阿虎) is a 2000 Hong Kong drama film directed by Daniel Lee and starring Andy Lau. On another note, A Fighter's Blues is also Lau's 100th film role.

  9. A Grande Vitória

    A Grande Vitória (2014)


    A Grande Vitória (English: The Great Victory) is a 2014 Brazilian sports drama film based on the book Aprendiz de Samurai by Max Trombini. This film adaptation was directed by Stefano Capuzzi Lapietra. Starring Caio Castro and Sabrina Sato, it tells the true story of the judoka Max Trombini, who had a humble and troubled childhood. Through judo, the boy becomes involved with martial arts principles and thus learn to settle down emotionally and starts building a career, becoming one of the greatest judo technicians in Brazil.

  10. Above the Law

    Above the Law (1986)


    Righting Wrongs (Chinese: 執法先鋒, aka Above the Law) is a 1986 Hong Kong action film directed by Corey Yuen, who also co-stars. The film stars Yuen Biao and Cynthia Rothrock. This is the one of Yuen Biao's better known films that he made without film industry compatriots Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan.

  11. Adventures of Johnny Tao

    Adventures of Johnny Tao (2007)


    Adventures of Johnny Tao is a kung fu-zombie film, written and directed by former Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Kenn Troum, under the name Kenn Scott.

  12. Aiki

    Aiki (2002)


    Aiki (styled as AIKI) is a film about a martial artist in a wheelchair. The film is from Japan and was released in 2002. It is loosely based on the life of a Danish practitioner of the Roppokai branch of Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu, Ole Kingston Jensen, who started training in Daitō-ryū after he was handicapped in an accident and now is the highest ranking non-Japanese member of the Roppokai.

  13. Alley Cat

    Alley Cat (1984)


    Alley Cat is a 1984 action film about a young female martial arts expert who becomes a one-woman vigilante against a local street gang. The film was directed by Victor M. Ordonez, Eduardo Palmos, and Al Valletta (all under the alias Edward Victor), and stars Karin Mani and Robert Torti.

  14. American Kickboxer

    American Kickboxer (1991)


    American Kickboxer, also known as American Kickboxer 1, is a 1991 American martial arts film starring John G. Barrett and Keith Vitali. It was directed by Frans Nel and written by Emil Kolbe.

  15. American Kickboxer 2

    American Kickboxer 2 (1993)


    American Kickboxer 2 is a 1993 Philippines-shot martial arts movie, directed by Jeno Hodi. Dale Apollo Cook, Evan Lurie and Kathy Shower are featured in the story of a kidnapped eight-year old girl. The girl's mother (Shower) hires a tough cop (Cook) and a martial arts teacher (Lurie) to find the girl before it's too late.

  16. American Ninja

    American Ninja (1985)


    American Ninja is a 1985 ninja action film produced by Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus's Cannon Films. Directed by Sam Firstenberg, who specialized in this genre in the 1980s, the film stars Michael Dudikoff in the title role, with Steve James as his side-kick. Domestic box office grosses for the picture totaled $10,499,694.

  17. American Ninja 2: The Confrontation

    American Ninja 2: The Confrontation (1987)


    American Ninja 2: The Confrontation is a 1987 action/adventure sequel starring Michael Dudikoff, Steve James, Jeff Weston, Gary Conway, Michelle Botes and Larry Poindexter. It was directed by Sam Firstenberg and written by Gideon Amir, James Booth, Gary Conway and Avi Kleinberger.

  18. American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt

    American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt (1989)


    American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt is a 1989 martial arts action movie starring David Bradley, written by Gary Conway and directed by Cedric Sundstrom.

  19. American Ninja 4: The Annihilation

    American Ninja 4: The Annihilation (1990)


    American Ninja 4: The Annihilation is a 1990 action/martial arts film starring Michael Dudikoff, David Bradley, and James Booth. It was the fourth film in the American Ninja series and was directed by Cedric Sundstrom. The film marked Michael Dudikoff's final appearance in the American Ninja film series.

  20. American Ninja V

    American Ninja V (1993)


    American Ninja V is a 1993 action/adventure sequel starring David Bradley and Lee Reyes. It was directed by Bobby Jean Leonard and written by John Bryant Hedberg, Greg Latter and George Saunders. The film is set in Los Angeles, Rome and Venezuela. This film was not originally intended to be part of the American Ninja franchise. Cannon Pictures made it under the title American Dragons (it is even shown on many cable TV stations with this title) but the title was changed to American Ninja V before release. This explains why star David Bradley plays Joe, a different character than the Sean Davidson character he played in American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt and American Ninja 4: The Annihilation. Working title was Little Ninja Man.

  21. American Samurai

    American Samurai (1992)


    American Samurai is a martial-arts action film, starring David Bradley and Mark Dacascos and produced by Cannon Films. The movie was filmed in Turkey and released in the U.S. in 1992. This movie represents the first major role for actor Mark Alan Dacascos.

  22. American Shaolin

    American Shaolin (1991)


    American Shaolin is a 1992 martial arts film, starring (among others) Reese Madigan, Kim Chan and Daniel Dae Kim. It was directed by Lucas Lowe.

  23. American Yakuza

    American Yakuza (1993)


    American Yakuza is a 1993 American action film written by Takashige Ichise with a screenplay by John Allen Nelson and Max Strom, and directed by Frank Cappello for First Look International. Starring Viggo Mortensen and Ryo Ishibashi, the film had its theatrical release in Japan in December 1993, followed by theatrical release in South Korea in 1994. The film had its video premiere in the United States in 1995 and its DVD premiere in Russia in 2002.

  24. Amsterdam Heavy

    Amsterdam Heavy (2011)


    Amsterdam Heavy is a 2011 English action crime movie written and directed by Michael Wright, shot in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  25. An Eye for an Eye

    An Eye for an Eye (1981)


    An Eye for an Eye is a 1981 American action film directed by Steve Carver, and starring Chuck Norris, Christopher Lee, Richard Roundtree, Matt Clark, Mako Iwamatsu, and Maggie Cooper.

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