Posted On:9/11/2006 4:30pm
Style: wu shu
Former National Champion in Forms, Weapons and Full-contact fighting, Jason Yee shows off his martial arts prowess in new movie, "Dark Assassin."
I had the chance to see Jason Yee's movie "Dark Assassin" about a year ago at a film festival in New York and was pleasantly surprised by it considering the budget of the film. This is Jason's first big jump since being a martial arts phenom and coach of the Boston San-Shou Team - which has won over 35 National and World titles in San- Shou, Muay Thai, and American/International rules Kick-boxing - to Entertainer, Director and Producer. This is not an easy jump to make. I think the movie comes together quite well and I would recommend it to any Martial Arts fan.
You can view the trailer here
Posted On:9/11/2006 6:43pm
Style: Mixed Martial Arts
"ahahahahahaa...weird...that guy doesn't look like asian...probably he's thai or something like that...he have only few asian facial caracteristics"
You just gotta love the youtube comments...
Posted On:9/11/2006 6:50pm
Style: Sanda, BJJ
Hey! Boston SanShou! That's us!
AK: Giving new meaning to the word "Unfair."
Posted On:9/11/2006 7:30pm
Style: Out-Of-Shape MMA
To be perfectly honest... it looks stupid. At least with a (for example) tony jaa film, I can ignore the stupid story and look at the gravity defying leaps o' amazement.
Posted On:9/11/2006 7:59pm
I thought the fight scenes looked pretty good, but yeah, everything else, horrible.
Posted On:9/12/2006 5:39pm
I don't intend to see it, but I can emphathize with their low budget.
Valiant Monk of Booze & War
Posted On:9/12/2006 11:42pm
Looks fun. I'll see it.
Always up for a Bruce Lee clone.
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