Jet Li’s Fearless
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  • He does this through his own arrogance, he not a wise character and is willing to sacrifice everything to become the best all just for his own reputation

    • by Gary Cartlidge
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      Even though this film has been out quite a while now I have only just came around to watching it and if you’re into martial arts or the Chinese culture and tradition then you will be interested in this film start to end.

      Jet Li plays Huo Yuanjia, son of the martial arts master of the town and jet Li dream of becoming the world’s greatest fighter. He does this through his own arrogance, he not a wise character and is willing to sacrifice everything to become the best all just


      for his own reputation. He wins his way higher and higher and wins a great reputation and people begin to follow him and learn the way of Wushu. Instead of teaching his students the importance of control and peace, they just drink. There’s always a rival in such a story and there is, things get mixed up and Huo makes a few too many mistakes and leave town for several years. He’s lost everything and fount himself a different town where he is taken in by a pretty blind girl, she ...

      • teaches him how to be a wiser man and he learns the true meaning a wushu.

        After his years away from his old town he decides to face his past and go home, he fount the Chinese town to be infested with westerners and they look down on the Chinese & Japanese. This makes Huo fight for what’s right this time, he gains the respect of his friend and fans and he opens a wushu school where he passed on the art. Japanese fighters are eager to challenge him and Japanese rulers

        want him dead, towards the end of the film there is a gruelling fight where he must put everything into this last fight to win for china and the respect of the western culture.

        The story is great and unpredictable at the beginning it shows you his whole story and shows the beginning of wushu teachings. If I was to rate the movie I would give it an 8 maybe a 9, the filmmakers done a great job of sets, locations and didn’t go too overboard with wires which some martial arts films do.




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