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Kingsman: The Secret Service Features Fights That Would Make 007 Drool, Part 2

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Black Belt’s resident reviewer delves into one fantastic fight that takes place in the Colin Firth feature film Kingsman: The Secret Service.
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Posted in Martial Art Movies.

Spirited Killer Review | Vintage Tony Jaa Movies

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

Tony Jaa has shaken up the martial arts movie industry. In 2003’s Ong-Bak, the action phenom glamorized muay Thai on-screen and unleashed unbelievably real stunts that hadn’t been seen since Jackie Chan did them in the 1980s. He upped the ante in 2005 with Tom Yum Goong, released stateside a year later as The Protector.
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Posted in Martial Art Movies, Tony Jaa Movies.

The Protector Review | Vintage Tony Jaa Movies

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

The Protector, reminds me of what I miss about being a kid. As the youngest of Generation X, I lived in the golden age of martial arts media.

I witnessed the ninja fad permeate pop culture, watched Chuck Norris on Walker, Texas Ranger, and paid to see Steven Seagal and Jean-Claude Van Damme kick butt in
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Posted in Martial Art Movies, Muay Thai, Tony Jaa Movies.