There are some wonderful charactrers, especially Sai yuk's mother-Miu Tsui-fa, played by Josephine Siao Fong-fong, impressive and memorable fight sequences, choreographed by Corey Yuen Kwai and Yuen Tak, and excellent wire-work.

"The Legend" is an amazing martial arts flick and probably Jet Li's best film.[/b] [size=4][color=Red]9.75/10[/color][/size][center][img] Sai Yuk.jpg/200px-Fong Sai Yuk.jpg[/img][/center][center][size=4][color=Red] [/color][/size](rating updated on ) [/center] [center][img] [/center] [center][size=4][b]Musa [/b][/size]a.k.a [size=4][b]The Warrior (2001)[/b][/size][/center][img] "Musa" is probably the most insightful historical war movie I have ever seen.

Fong is eventually forced to choose sides in order to save his father's life.

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However, the cast for "Quarantine" was good, the trailer and stills looked cool, so I thought I'd give it a watch to see how it holds up to "[Rec]".

Needless to say, "[Rec]" was way, way better, but I still enjoyed "Quarantine".

But what Musa also possesses is atmosphere - the locations and the cinematography are top-notch,from the boundless deserts to the broken-down castle by the sea.

"Musa" does an excellent job of selling the world it is set in.

[size=4][color=Red]7.25/10[/color][/size] [center][img] [/center] [/left] [/center] [center][size=4][b]The Fountain (2006) [/b][/size][left][img] Written by Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel, "The Fountain" is essentially a love story with touches of science fiction, all spiced up with Aronofsky's ideas about philosophy.

It's truly a very ambitious story, but Aronofsky manages to develop it nicely and with intelligence, avoiding the clichs and the sappiness that tend to be in movies dealing with similar themes.[size=4][color=Red]8.75/10[/color][/size] [center][img] [center][size=4][b]Jade Warrior[/b][/size] a.k.a.[size=4][b]Jadesoturi (2006)[/b][/size][left][img] "Jadesoturi" is a mixture of the Finnish saga, called Kalavala and Chinese kung fu mythology.Here we have two films with parallel plots and casts, one set in ancient China and one in a sort of modern Finland, where most of the action is divided between a junk shop, a museum and a subterranean forge.Zhang Jingchu's and Markku Peltola's performances were good, and the acting from the rest of the cast was let's say...decent.As for the cinematography, I would say it's just OK. The fight scenes were somewhat of a disappointment; They were beautifully-shot, but also they looked rather like a dancing moves, than an actual fights.[size=4][color=Red]6.00/10[/color][/size][center][img] File Jade Poster.jpg[/img][/center][/left] [/center] [center][size=4][b]Come Drink With Me (1966)[/b][/size][/center][b][img] "Come drink with me" really revolutionized the martial arts film genre at the time of its release by boosting the production standards and level of action.[/b] [size=4][color=Red]8.25/10[/color][/size] [center][img] [center][size=4][b]Wing Chun (1995)[/b][/size] [/center] [img] [b]A wonderful fight choreography, first-rate wire stunts, entertaining story and above average performances, make "Wing Chun" one of the best martial arts flicks of the 90s.Certified Fresh Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics. [size=4][b] Fong Sai-yuk (1993)[/b][/size] [/center] [img] [b]After "Once Upon a Time in China" series, this is another great film about a chinese hero with great martial arts skills.