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As a martial arts enthusiast, I've long since been a fan of the most popular form of martial arts in the world today, Jiu Jitsu. It is an amazing combative art/sport which has been developed in the last couple of decades. Many top level athletes worldwide are practicing this martial art. It's popularity is due to the fact that its practitioners don't only look the part but have the ability to execute high level techniques with excellent precision and agility. Many top competitive fighters have gone on to become very popular world class performers, including: Fedor, Muhammad Ali, Joe Montana, Renzo Gracie, Diego Sanchez and countless others.
Recently, one of the most popular movies featuring Jiu Jitsu was adapted into a successful blockbuster movie, Kickboxer. The movie, Kickboxer, has made massive waves across the globe and stars Chinese American heavyweight Mark Tremayne. Another Chinese American, Jackie Chan also stars as Master Shang Tien, a well respected master of Jiu Jitsu. The movie, Kickboxer, follows the ancient Chinese technique of Wing Chun, as it is used by the Chinese to take down their enemies using the unique quickness and strength of their bodies, combined with intense hand to hand combat skills.
My favorite part of the movie is the black and white ninja stars, as they execute some of the most spectacular moves I've ever seen in a martial arts movie. The movie starts off with a slow type introduction where we are introduced to the technique of Tai Chi, and then we are shown the story of three young Chinese American brothers who learn and practice the art from a highly regarded teacher, Qi Lu. Master Qi Lu teaches them many of the older kung fu methods, including the infamous monkey kick, and they learn and practice several other moves that are used throughout the movie, and even show us what the true form of jiu jitsu is.
Throughout the movie, and especially during the last part where the master and his students are defending against the evil brotherhood of the boss, several sequences of acrobatic moves are executed, and they are amazingly beautiful to watch. This is another example of how the ancient order of fighting has been incorporated into modern pop culture, even though the real martial arts techniques are rare and hard to find. The movie Ninja Turtles is yet another great example of the blending of the arts into the modern age, and even though the turtles run on a machine, they do not actually perform any of the ancient techniques. They are just there to save the day.
One of my favorite parts of the movie is the climactic battle at the end, when the master of martial arts, Jeet Kun Do, must help the FBI agents who have mistakenly accused him of being a terrorist, and must help them free the captured chi Gong masters. These master practitioners are brainwashed and believe everything that is told them by their evil leader, and so they are there to subdue anyone they can find who might try to attack them. While this may seem like a dumb plot idea, it is a part of the epic battle between good and evil, and it is one of the reasons that the movie is so successful. Especially, when the movie takes a break from the story for some quick chi gong demonstrations that would have made a good movie extravaganza, like an afternoon of sparring on a ring or something.
Finally, I love how the jiu-jitsu fighters rise above their surroundings to battle against some of the most powerful beings on the planet. They are amazing, and I hope that someday, someone will make a feature film about this subject. I am sure that it will be as good, if not better, than any action movie with Chinese extras, because we have just barely scratched the surface of ancient Chinese civilization, and their arts, as seen through the ages of our modern civilization. Please consider all this.