If you are a child of the 90s you might have watched some of the great kung fu films. Today such movies are hard to find. The video libraries seem to get rid of the old movies and in the near future you may struggle to easily find a “Shaolin Temple” DVD. For those from the 90s generation, there are times when you need a good old kung fu film.
Below are some of the top-rated kung fu movies of all time:
1. Drunken Master.
This is probably one of the lowest budget movies that Jackie Chan ever acted in. As successful as it is, there are neither explosives nor guns involved. This is a movie you want to watch right to the end. Jackie Chan is sent to his uncle who teaches him kung fu as a punishment. He hates every moment of it, but when a renowned killer beats him up, he uses his new skills to get revenge.
2. Fist of fury. Also called the Big Boss. For those who have watched Bruce Lee movies, you must agree that none of his movies can be underestimated. This movie was released in 1971 and was a common household name. Bruce Lee promised his uncle that he would live a life free of violence, but all that changes when his cousins go missing.
3. Seven Samurai. This 1954 movie is one that you will not want to miss. The story, which will keep you hooked until the end, is about seven samurai fighters who are hired by a small village for their protection. A problem occurs when a group of bandits outnumber the samurai fighters and the only thing for them to do is to teach the villagers how to defend themselves.
There are hundreds of these old films. Once in a while new ones come by, such as Forbidden Kingdom. If you're looking for a great Kung Fu film, anything featuring Jackie Chan and Jet Li is sure to keep you entertained.