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Are you passionate about martial arts? Whether you practice one or you love watching them on television, at Tagoya we have selected the 10 best martial arts films in history, so you can have a marathon worthy of the greatest of movie buffs. Do not miss it!

1. Karate Kid (1984)

A great work about karate in which the protagonist, Daniel Larusso, arrives in Los Angeles ready to make friends, but begins to be attacked by a group of karate students, the Cobras, when he starts dating the ex-girlfriend of one of them. . With this situation, Daniel decides to ask a karate master for help.

2. The Matrix (1999)

This thriller forced its actors to train martial arts for months in order to play their roles. Starring Keanu Reeves, The Matrix was a global success that has become a 4-film saga.

3. Kill Bill (2003 and 2004)

This two-volume story by Quentin Tarantino is a tribute to the action and martial arts films of the 70s. It is one of the best films in the history of its genre.

4. Operation Dragon (1973)

Mythical film by martial arts film superstar Bruce Lee. It is set in Hong Kong in the 70s, where a young martial arts expert is recruited by the British intelligence services to infiltrate an anti-drug operation.

5. Ip Man (2008)

Ip Man is a series of films that began in 2008 and is based on the life of a master of wing chun, a Chinese martial art. In total, there are 4 films in this exciting saga.

6. The House of Flying Daggers (2004)

In the 9th century AD the Tang dynasty was in decline. The widespread unrest causes a multitude of conflicts for the corrupt government, which has to face rebel armies such as the House of Flying Daggers.

7. The Drunken Monkey in the Eye of the Tiger (1978)

A good film by another legend of martial arts cinema, Jackie Chan, could not be missing from our list. The Drunken Monkey in the Eye of the Tiger is about Wong Fei Hung, the son of a great kung fu master who does not put effort into learning and who lacks discipline. That's why they send him to his uncle, the only one who can put him in line.

8. The legend of the great judo (1943)

This old Japanese film was shot in black and white, but don't be confused! Its plot is excellent, which tells the story of a judo disciple and his learning of the techniques and philosophy of this martial art.

9. Bloody Contact (1988)

Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in this film that tells how Frank Dux, who secretly works for the CIA, participates in an illegal full contact tournament.

10. Kung fu panda (2008)

And of course, our list doesn't forget about animation! Kung fu panda broke box office records in China and already has a saga of 3 films that began in 2008 and with a fourth on the way, which will be released in March 2024. Little martial arts lovers will love it!


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