Top 10 Underrated Martial Arts Movies

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Must have Kung Fu movies you probably haven’t seen, but should be in any action junkie’s film collection. WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Criminally Underrated Martial arts movies that that you have probably never seen. Fighter in the Wind, Chocolate, Flash Point! Never heard of them? For shame!

00:35 #10. “Duel to the Death” (1983)
01:32 #9. “Wing Chun” (1994)
02:33 #8. “Brotherhood of the Wolf” (2001)
03:34 #7. “Master of the Flying Guillotine” (1976)
04:36 #6. “Lone Wolf and Cub Baby Cart on the River Styx” (1972)
05:36 #5. “13 Assassins” (2010)
06:36 #4. “Deadly Venoms” (1978)
07:39 #3, #2, #1 ???

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  1. I don’t know why “The Master of the Flying Guillotine”, and “The Five Venoms” are on this list. Both are extremely well known, and highly regarded. Underrated, describes neither.

  2. I don’t necessarily agree with the list for two reasons. First, since Seven Samurai, I don’t feel Samurai films qualify as martial arts movies anymore but that’s more of an aesthetic choice. Also, I feel Merantau and Kung Fu Killer should have made the list.

  3. Said this before and I’ll say it again, Samurai films are not martial arts films, get your shit together and actually do research!

  4. Minor objection to calling the five deadly venoms the main inspiration for kill bill when I first watched Lady Snow Blood after watching a Quentin Tarantino interview when he said that was one of the biggest drivers for kill bill. And if you watch it you’ll understand.

  5. I am officialy proud! Somebody in watchmojo must be reading my comments. Nice list and I’d strongly recomend both Chocolate and Fighter in the wind. Excellent movies!

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