The Best Fight Scenes Ever

#7ish. "Freeing the Bad Guy".

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27 Comments

  • larry

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    video blocked by YouTube

  • John Prince

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    That really was great! Thanks for sharing! I’m gonna find it and get that movie now!

  • Martin

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    I have always enjoyed and respect Jackie Chan, for who he is and the way he carries himself. And by the way his latest film “Foreigner” is also very good in fact I have watch it twice. Pierce Brosnan is also very good in it. Thanks for sharing.

  • Gordon Sellen

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    This video is blocked in Canada. 🙁

  • Patrick Hedman

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    Trav, what a fight scene!! Great fun to watch!!Thanks for finding these gems!!

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    It was blocked…

  • Gary Barrett

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    Played about a minute and went black, stopped and wouldn’t restart.

  • Mitt Radates

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    You gotta wonder how much practice (choreography) and how many takes it required to film that 4 minutes.

    • Re: best fight scene ever

      Reply Reply February 26, 2018

      While this was very good I have to give the nod to matrix where neo was fighting all the agents at the same time. I mean you did say all time..

  • bj

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    hmmmm…………….hawahhhh…..oit…dowahhh….eyahhh….oohwit….jiyahhhh

  • Paul

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    A true cinematic classic!

  • David

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    That was great!!!! Now, waiting for the rest of your top 10. Then, we’ll want to know your top 10 fighting films.

  • Nathan

    Reply Reply February 23, 2018

    Fortune Star Media already took it down, to prevent anyone from knowing about this film. Such dicks.

  • ~JK

    Reply Reply February 24, 2018

    Wouldn’t play… got the following message.

    “This video contains content from Fortune Star Media, who has blocked it in your country on copyright rules.”

  • ~JK

    Reply Reply February 24, 2018

    But backup #1 worked great!

  • Dave

    Reply Reply February 24, 2018

    Gotta admire the planning and practice which goes into such a scene. I never cared much for fake fighting (impossible fighting) unless Jackie Chan was doing it for humor and to show off his remarkable agility. Just one man’s opinion.

  • Adib

    Reply Reply February 24, 2018

    Effin copyright blocked

  • Stephen

    Reply Reply February 25, 2018

    Blocked in Australia due to copyright…..sadness…guess I will have to go fight a shark.

  • Stephen

    Reply Reply February 25, 2018

    Never mind didn’t see the second link for when it doesn’t work cheers Trav.

  • Barry

    Reply Reply February 26, 2018

    Actually I don’t like these choreographed fights at all. It’s all just fantasy. Someone might think that as long as you train martial arts you can fight barehanded three or more opponents who are armed with swords or machetes. I can tell you that in reality that will be suicide for sure.

    • Dedicated Spartan

      Reply Reply February 26, 2018

      You could beat multiple opponents it just would not look as neat, and if you gad the element of surprise (like these 3 did) you wouldn’t just give your position away.

  • Adam

    Reply Reply February 26, 2018

    That’s it…I’m trading in my guns, swords, knives, etc,, and investing in fans! Apparently they’re the most overlooked weapon of all time!

  • Edward A.

    Reply Reply February 26, 2018

    Funny To Watch Although Not Very Realistic.–Thanks For The Video, Anyway…!!

  • Ray

    Reply Reply February 26, 2018

    I’m certainly No Techno but: If you find any such Media blocked in your Country, download a simple VPN (virtual private network) you can then bypass your ISP and appear to be in another global location where the previously blocked media will play.

  • chris

    Reply Reply February 28, 2018

    Love the end when he looks all intense and conflicted then opens his fan and exits the scene… Kung Fu theater drama at its finest.
    Other than that a pretty typical fight scene of that genre, including sound effects… the acrobatics are always impressive but they don’t even attempt to make it look kinda convincing.

  • Greg

    Reply Reply February 28, 2018

    J Chan’s training started in the Royal Acrobatic Theater, I believe in Hong Kong. He was the problem child of I believe 3-4, his parents weren’t rich, so in order to “cut costs” his parents “enrolled” him in the above. The training was insane! I’ve respected this man and his commitment after reading his book.

  • Grover

    Reply Reply February 28, 2018

    Hey guys, I just want everyone to know that Star Wars, Commando, and Harry Potter are also not realistic depictions of self-defense. I also have some disturbing information about professional wrestling, but you have to contact me directly for that because it’s too shocking to be discussed in a public forum like this.

    It is genuinely amazing to me that it has to be continually explained to martial arts people that the primary goal of a fictional film is to be entertaining to watch and not be an instructional guide.

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