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Hong Kong, 2008, 108 minutes, HDAction, History, Asian, Sport
Donnie Yen easily belongs in the same sentence as Jet Li but has gone strangely undervalued in the west. This (snicker) true story (chortle) of the man who trained Bruce Lee is one of the best showcases of his amazing abilities (see also Iron Monkey). The film he's in isn't too bad either, with some effective drama and nice visuals. The film has inspired a trend in Hong Kong of Ip Man biopics (including the almost as good sequel) but in terms of pure action spectacle, this is still the one to beat.