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Martial Arts 50 Movie Pack Collection


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Product Details

  • Actors: Sonny Chiba, Jackie Chan, Chow Yun Fat
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 12
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 18, 2005
  • Run Time: 4223 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007DBJUU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,325 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

For the first time, the legends of martial arts are gathered in the ultimate DVD collection that will provide countless hours of adrenaline-filled action.

Included

  • Big Fight, The
  • Black Cobra
  • Black Cobra 2
  • Black Cobra 3
  • Black Fist
  • Black Godfather, The
  • Brave Lion
  • Chase Step by Step
  • City Ninja
  • Deadly Duo
  • Death Machines
  • Death of a Ninja
  • Fighting Mad
  • Four Robbers
  • Four Shaolin Challengers
  • Guy with the Secret Kung Fu, The
  • Hands of Death
  • Head Hunter, The
  • Heroes of Shaolin Part 1
  • Heroes of Shaolin Part 2
  • Image of Bruce Lee
  • Impossible Kid, The
  • Infernal Street
  • Karate Kids USA
  • Kung Fu Arts
  • Kung Fu Kids Break Away
  • Master, The: Max
  • Master, The: Out of Time Step
  • Ninja Champion
  • Ninja Death I
  • Ninja Death II
  • Ninja Death III
  • Ninja Empire
  • Ninja Heat
  • Ninja: The Protector
  • Real Bruce Lee, The
  • Return of the Kung Fu Dragon
  • Return of the Street Fighter
  • Shadow Ninja
  • Shaolin Deadly Kicks
  • Shaolin Temple
  • Sister Street Fighter
  • Snake Fist Dynamo
  • Snake, The Tiger, The Crane, The
  • Spirits of Bruce Lee
  • Street Fighter, The
  • Ten Fingers of Death
  • Tiger Love
  • TNT Jackson
  • Weapons of Death
  • About the Actor

    Included: 1. Big Fight, The 2. Black Cobra 3. Black Cobra 2 4. Black Cobra 3 5. Black Fist 6. Black Godfather, The 7. Brave Lion 8. Chase Step by Step 9. City Ninja 10. Deadly Duo 11. Death Machines 12. Death of a Ninja 13. Fighting Mad 14. Four Robbers 15. Four Shaolin Challengers 16. Guy with the Secret Kung Fu, The 17. Hands of Death 18. Head Hunter, The 19. Heroes of Shaolin Part 1 20. Heroes of Shaolin Part 2 21. Image of Bruce Lee 22. Impossible Kid, The 23. Infernal Street 24. Karate Kids USA 25. Kung Fu Arts 26. Kung Fu Kids Break Away 27. Master, The: Max 28. Master, The: Out of Time Step 29. Ninja Champion 30. Ninja Death I 31. Ninja Death II 32. Ninja Death III 33. Ninja Empire 34. Ninja Heat 35. Ninja: The Protector 36. Real Bruce Lee, The 37. Return of the Kung Fu Dragon 38. Return of the Street Fighter 39. Shadow Ninja 40. Shaolin Deadly Kicks 41. Shaolin Temple 42. Sister Street Fighter 43. Snake Fist Dynamo 44. Snake, The Tiger, The Crane, The 45. Spirits of Bruce Lee 46. Street Fighter, The 47. Ten Fingers of Death 48. Tiger Love 49. TNT Jackson 50. Weapons of Death

    Customer Reviews

    A must have for all martial arts fans!
    Tony
    Now that thats out of the way, I can get on to the other thing i wanted to mention.
    Brian
    Product ok some movies quality is pretty bad, but overall pretty good.
    A WILLIAMS

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    73 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Lo Wang on February 16, 2007
    This collection is well worth every penny you'll spend on it, as long you enjoy this film genre. Personally, these movies evoke more laughter for me than most of the comedies being currently released. Some of the movies don't really qualify as martial arts movies - in particular, I'm referring to Black Cobra 1, 2, and 3 - three of the worst movies ever made. These movies, starring former NFL player Fred "The Hammer" Williamson would more appropriately be categorized as action movies, although there isn't a Hell of a lot of action in them. I digress. The point is that there are maybe 3 punches thrown in the entire first movie. It's definitely not a martial arts movie. Most of the movies in this collection, however, are exactly what you would expect. In particular, there are three movies, Ninja Death 1, 2, and 3 that are so awful that they border on greatness. I'm not a film student, so I couldn't tell you what the filming technique is called wherein the "actors" fight in slow-motion, and then the film is sped up to make the fights look like they are taking place at a normal speed. The director of these Ninja Death movies sped the fights up too much, and the result is that every battle looks like an episode of the Benny Hill show. I put these kind of crappy movies on at night to fall asleep to (spaghetti westerns and cheesy horror flicks work well also), but Ninja Death kept me awake and laughing. None of the movies in this collection are big budget - they are all old, and the sound and picture quality is poor, but that adds, not detracts, to the experience of watching them. If you "get" these kinds of films, you absolutely can't go wrong spending the money on this collection.
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    102 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 16, 2007
    Some of the titles in MARTIAL ARTS 50 MOVIE PACK are so obscure, very little information could be gotten about them. A couple of selections here are from a long-forgotten American TV series. There's even a few spaghetti-karate films thrown into the mix. The majority however originate in the Far East: Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan and the Philippines.

    Lots of choreography went into the making of these movies; undoubtedly, there were a few unintentional injuries along the way, too. The action and pratfalls are non-stop and the plots mere window dressing for the foot-to-head combat scenes. For all martial arts fans these cinematic slugfests are sure-to-please.

    Overall rating was achieved by averaging out viewer polling on 42 of these titles. Based on a film resource website's 1 to 10 scoring system, the current rating for MARTIAL ARTS is: 4.8.

    The following alphabetized program list includes individual poll scores, original theatrical names (where indicated), country of origin, years of release and primary performers.

    (5.0) The Big Fight (Taiwan/Hong Kong-1972) - Roc Tien/Cheung Chin Chin
    (4.0) Black Cobra (Italy-1987) - Fred Williamson/Eva Grimaldi
    (5.1) Black Cobra 2 (Italy-1988) - Fred Williamson/Nicholas Hammond
    (4.5) Black Cobra 3 (Italy-1988) - Fred Williamson/Forry Smith
    (4.8) Black Fist (1975) - Richard Lawson/Dabney Coleman/Philip Michael Thomas
    (2.7) The Black Godfather (1974) - Rod Perry/Damu King
    (4.4) The Brave Lion (1977) - Wei Tzi Yung
    (3.9) Breakout From Oppression (1978) - Fonda Lynn/Alan Tam
    (2.7) Chase Step By Step (China-1982) - Chee Fung/Wong Gwan Sheong
    (???) City Ninja (1986) - Wai-Man Chan/Chia Che Fu
    (6.6) The Deadly Duo (Hong Kong-1971) - David Chiang/Chuen Chan
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    I was looking through the list of movies surprised to see that all 20 movies that I bought in a 20 pack are in this 50 pack. And now I punching myself in the head this very momentttt because I REALLY WISH I WOULD HAVE JUST PAYED LIKE 20 DOLLARS OR WHATEVER IT WAS EXTRA BECUASE THERE WERE ONLY LIKE 3 GOOD MOVIES IN THE 20 PACK, BUT THERE IS LIKE 10 GOOD ONES IN THIS FREAKING 50 PACK.

    Let me go over what I am talking about.

    20 pack has ninja death 1, 50 pack actually has the sequels part 2 and 3.

    50 pack has guy with secret kungfu with meng fei, 20 pack doesn't.

    50 pack has a chow yunfat and a jackie chan movie, 20 pack doesn't.

    Now I'm 99% sure that the jackie and chow movies suck balls, but that is why you go exploring. In the 20 pack I found one of the greatest kungfu movies ever, shadow ninja, which is of course in the 50 pack, what the real name of it is I don't know, but I do know that I would buy it at like best buy for up to 25 dollars because it is rare and AWESOME. So that is a major reason to buy this collection, and if somebody finds out if chow and jackie are actually in this collection and what the movies are like THEN PLEASE POST THAT AT THE LEAST.

    Now the main reason I wanted to post a review on her is because I saw Shaolin Heroes on there and have not seen this movie in SOOOOOOOOOOO many years it is likely I will throw away my 20 pack and get this thing because I saw it as a kid and had no idea that there are 2 parts to this. I can't remember if I saw one or two but I do remember seeing a pretty good kungfu movie. CHen sing I remember as the good guy, so that stood out for me, but the thing that really sttod out for me was Lieh Lo(pei mei) and Hwang Jang Lee(druinken master) as the bad guys.
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    Those movies you listed are on the Drive In Classics set so that must be a misprint. The Martial Arts 50 pack I have has a generic anonymous guy on the cover looking like it was done just for the set. I would of course prefer the Bruce Lee cover, even though there aren't any films on here with... Read More
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