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    "The Warrior Within"

    :new_smile http://thewarriorwithin.com
    The Warrior Within is a movie about Martial Arts; about their beauty and their lethal potential, their history and their present status. It is also about their place in a modern society whose escalating crime rate and violence is making the knowledge of self defense a necessity for more and more ordinary people, especially women. It begins as a tribute to the great Bruce Lee. His brother, Robert, composed, played and recorded music especially for this film. Viewers will see how Bruce Lee touched and changed the lives of all the people he knew and worked with and you will be able to take a look at his original creation, Jeet Kune Do. Martial arts fans will have the opportunity to see some of their favorites in action. The cast list reads like a "Who's Who in the Martial Arts". Each is a highly ranked representative of their style and art.

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    • Rabbi Alex Sternberg

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    Did this already come out? Like...years ago?

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    Came out in theaters back in 1980.

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    Oh ****. Fumio Demura is in this movie?
    I might just have to see it.

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    I loved this movie as a kid. There's not really any fighting in it, but lots of cool stuff: Moses Powell doing nearly silent one-finger rolls, kung fu chain whip insanity, bell bottoms, tiger claws, afros, Thomas LaPuppet (r.i.p.), etc. etc.

    It's more people talking about their personal philosophies of and experiences with martial arts than anything else.
    Last edited by maofas; 4/02/2008 3:52pm at .

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