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  1. DerAuslander is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam Cullen
    It is a fun film, I wouldn't really compare it to a Donnie Yen action film though (certainly not Flashpoint), but there were a few scenes that made me think of some Tony Jaa scenes.
    I had to change my pants three times while watching Flashpoint.

    Donnie Yen is better than Tony Jaa can ever hope to be.
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    That's out now, in Chinese DVD stores? I guess I'll have to bop on down to the old Tam's DVD store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Errant108
    I had to change my pants three times while watching Flashpoint.

    Donnie Yen is better than Tony Jaa can ever hope to be.
    I think Tony Jaa helped kick start the industry back into making films where it actually looks like people are fighting, not just flying about on wires. However I see that as a return to a genre, rather than inventing something new. Donnie on the other hand keeps pushing for new ways to shoot the action, and new types of action to incorporate. And best of all he looks damn good while he does it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Errant108
    Donnie Yen is better than Tony Jaa can ever hope to be.
    Quoted for Truth. Donnie Yen is better than almost anyone can ever hope to be.
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    9/10/2007 8:35am

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    This is out in american stores now, on the Dragon Dynasty label. I found it at Wal-mart Saturday night. I couldn't stop smiling the whole time I was watching it. It's the best thing for Tae Kwon Do since the camouflage belt.

    Tony Jaa's great now, but I reserve all judgement until he comes to Hollywood and is paired with a rapper.

    My only two cents about Donnie Yen is: #1. His role in Blade 2 was the saddest, most disappointing four seconds of screen time, ever. And #2. Drunken Tai Chi was ridiculously bad ass. Although, I have no idea how catching bird with your shoulder blades applies to fighting skills.
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