Best Fight Scene Move?

bjj hero

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The best has to be Ong Bak l. Its 3 minutes and one single shot, no cuts, one take:

https://youtu.be/79ditPebZ8g

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Glongpre

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I'll just throw in all of Jackie Chan's acrobatics in movies like Rush Hour. Jackie is just a joy to watch.

One that pops in my mind is Ong Bak: the flying-spinning-legs-on-fire kick. Hmmm, also kicking out the streetlight. Oh and like everything else. Muay Thai is the bomb.

Another is the Black Panther spinning double heel kick in Civil War.

Bane breaks the Bat.

In Troy, the Achilles jump stab, and the Hector fight. Also, Ajax swinging his big maul around.

Bruce Lee Enter the Dragon nunchuk display. Stepping side kick of unlimited power.
Bloodsport for the cheesy but awesome fight against Bolo.
Move of the fight:
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bjj hero said:
The best has to be Ong Bak l. Its 3 minutes and one single shot, no cuts, one take:

https://youtu.be/79ditPebZ8g

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I am pretty sure that's from The Protector, with the elephant that gets stolen. That is a sweet scene though.
 

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Glongpre said:
bjj hero said:
The best has to be Ong Bak l. Its 3 minutes and one single shot, no cuts, one take:

https://youtu.be/79ditPebZ8g

Do I win?
I am pretty sure that's from The Protector, with the elephant that gets stolen. That is a sweet scene though.
Nuts. My phone hates forums...
 

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Seeing lots of Jackie Chan in here which makes me happy. One of my favorite "moves" of his though is from Police Story 2. I can watch it all day and still be amazed at the flow of it.

 

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The Raid is just one, long, fight move ....


Number 25 is probably the most jarring of them ... also probably NSFW...

Keep in mind he doesn't kill everyone...
 

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cojo965 said:
Given who I am, I would be remiss to not mention Godzilla 2014:

Oral decapitation by atomic fire

However my actual pick goes to Hardcore Henry: decapitation with eye stalk. I'll let that image stew in your head.

What is your favorite fight scene move?
Man am I glad that I finally watched Hardcore Henry today. Like literally 4 hours ago. spoilers dude.

Best movie fight move?

Live action- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln51XDTULh0

also pretty much all of Hardcore Henry.

Animated- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qC2P7QYjaE

still just perfect.
 

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Imre Csete said:
Ip Man, the whole movie.

It's hard to pick a favourite, with the obvious candidate being Donnie Yen getting 1v10 mad about rice because he only loves potatoes.
I got to second this! I enjoyed Ip Man 2 and 3 as well. Donnie Yen has such grace and is such a badass at the same time, love him!

There's a lot of good contenders for second place though, Equilibrium, Princess Bride (fencing), Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon...
 

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I'll go with Jackie Chan's Wheelbarrow Dick Kick (at 3:52) from Legend of the Drunken Master
 

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I think one that gets underappreciated is Little Foot's Mother vs the Sharptooth in The Land Before Time


 

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Well, if we're talking whole scenes, I think I'll have to use my default greatest fight in all of anime answer. Or at least I would if I could find the clip without it being an AMV. So instead, I'll use the next best thing. One of the best fight scenes from the adaption of the source material.


Seriously gotta love the little details in this scene. Like how he takes off his shoes before entering the dojo.

Kolby Jack said:
Seeing lots of Jackie Chan in here which makes me happy. One of my favorite "moves" of his though is from Police Story 2. I can watch it all day and still be amazed at the flow of it.

Dude, Jackie is a legend. I watched a behind the scenes on one of his movies, where he was doing the choreography and he stated that one of his goals is to make everyone in the fight look good. Even the people he's fighting. I think that's pretty awesome and explains why his fights always look so awesome.