10 Martial Arts Films To Binge On Labor Day Weekend

Everybody was Kung Fu fighting! Or was it Karate? Maybe Muay Thai? Kickboxing? Chun Kuk Do? Judo? Why not all of them? With an extended weekend coming our way, why not enjoy watching some cool guys and gals busting up the villains with some sweet moves. In no particular order, here are 10 Martial Arts Films To Binge On Labor Day Weekend:

The Octagon:

Chuck Norris stars as a Martial Artist who gets pulled into a world of ninja, who are training terrorists in their ways.

In The Blood

A former brawler named Ava, played Gina Carano, is on her honeymoon with her new husband when he mysteriously vanished. Convinced of foul play, she falls back into her “old ways” to find him.

The Protector

This action flick stars Tony Jaa as Kham, a Thai Warrior who must rescue his village’s elephant from a band of poachers.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

A mix of fantasy and stunning visuals, Chow Yun-Fat stars as a monk whose mystical sword gets stolen and he must get it back.

Bloodsport

While the story may have been debunked, Jean-Claude Van Damme stars as a Martial Arts champion who enters an underground Martial Arts tournament for vengeance.

Enter The Dragon

Released after the tragic death of Bruce Lee, the movie shows off his epic skills as a fighter as he battle evil agents on an isolated island.

Fearless

Jet Li stars as Huo Yuanjia, a Martial Arts master who went through an incredible journey to become an icon of Chinese fighting styles.

Batman Begins

Bruce Wayne, portrayed by Christian Bale, studies Martial Arts to become the Batman. With these skills, he encounters several enemies including his own mentor in Gotham City.

Rush Hour

Jackie Chan plays a Hong Kong cop who has to ally with the eccentric LA cop portrayed by Chris Tucker. The two must solve a smuggling business and rescue a kidnapped girl.

Ip Man

The movie is a heavily dramatized biopic that stars Donnie Yen as Wing Chun master Ip Man who go on to train many Martial Arts champions, including Bruce Lee.

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