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Platform : Windows 8
Rated: Everyone
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Platform: Windows 8
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: DVD
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B0018CWETO
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.3 x 1.3 cm ; 100 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #46,522 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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By Jenny TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 24 2007
Format: DVD
What can us viewers do to change your mine?...O well I got to say that director Ronny Yu has made the right choice of casting Jet Li as Huo Yuan Jia, after Jet portrays Huang Fei Hong in his remarkable `Once Upon A Time Trilogy.' This has once again strengthened the image of Jet Li as the Chinese hero among the Chinese around the world. This is a glorified tribute to the famous Shanghai martial arts master, Huo Yuanjia. The above subject has also been visited by Jet himself in `Fist of the Legend.'

The movie starts with Huo Yuanjia's famous tournament against the champions of the Sphere of Influence nations. We get to the Japanese challenger and then are sent into a flashback to Huo's youth. We are given the details of Huo's early life, his trials and tribulations. How he was, what he became and how he got there. This section is full of all the other parts of martial arts that have nothing to do with fighting (at this point I'm thinking fondly of Bruce's `Circle of Iron.'All the fight scenes through out the film are choreographed well and are quite exciting. 'Fearless' does carry the message not to resort violence to settle any problem, where we can see how violence did to Huo's loved ones. The showdown between Huo and other foreign fighters also promotes the idea of sparing your enemy a chance, no matter how deadly they could be. This, somehow, reflects on part of the idea and philosophy Jet Li understands and promotes from his one year Buddhism studies. As this is a semi-bio-pic, it runs into the same inherent problems in the genre; namely that you must have something invested in the person already. The person must be someone you know something or care something about. Rarely does a movie in this genre make you care about the character if you are not interested.
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an amazing movie with amazing scenes
based on a real martial arts fighter with real fighters world champs of various genres incorporating their own style in the fight scenes with jet li
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A reference movie for martial art lovers , for an honest price .
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Format: Blu-ray
Though i have seen the movie before and enjoyed it very much. I bought the blu ray because of the picture i saw on the web site, which when i received the movie was very dissapointed. I am a bit o c d and like to purchase only blu ray movie's with sleeve covers. So because of the picture i thought that the movie came with a sleeve, and hence the purchase. now i have this collection of blu rays all with sleeves except for the one movie. So the movie is great but the purchase was an upset.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vivid Colors, Detail, Panoramic, Realistic Fights [Hollywood is pathetic] June 29 2009
By Matthew - Published on Amazon.com
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I am not a fan of subtitles ,,, mainly because I must take my eye off of the film to read the text. BUT ,,, with this film I did not notice any inconvenience. If I had to PAUSE or REWIND, no problem.

I was totally enraptured by the film's COLOR / DETAIL / BEAUTY as well as the SCREENPLAY, CONTENT, REALISTIC ACTION and COMPETENCE of the ACTORS !!! -- Chinese film Production easily puts Hollywood film Production to shame !!!


This film, even when the scene is at night or dusk or "inside" ,,, IS PERFECTLY CLEAR ,,, EVEN THE TINIEST DETAIL CAN BE EASILY DISCERNED AND IDENTIFIED !!! A truly AWESOME production !!!

Have you ever noticed how Hollywood INTENTIONALLY darkens the scene, causing a DARK BLURR of colors ???,,, Purposely done to save on Production COST !!! [Pathetic Hollywood scum-ball Producers.] -- And how about those Hollywood film colors ??? Or do they call it colorized ??? I call it crap !!! The colors unrealistically jump-out at you, often lacking clear defined EDGES [contrast] ,,, the edges are usually highlighted with a phony added "tingling" [for the brain-dead] YUCH ,,, And without the PHONY "tingling" EDGES [to contrast colors] the edges blend together into a blurred mush, lacking contrast and distinction !!!

As for the "Fearless" Production ,,, I was totally impressed from BEGINNING to END with mind-boggling DETAIL, etc. ,,, that I have NEVER SEEN in any Hollywood film !!!

Oh yeah ,,, one more thing [of many fantastic observations] the fight choreography ,,, SO REAL MY MIND WOULD NOT ACCEPT THE TRUTH ,,, that it was obviously staged !!! --- Un-believable !!!

[retired baby-boomer, multi-cultured]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jet Li is a great actor. gives a great performance all around. July 17 2008
By Bones - Published on Amazon.com
Format: HD DVD Verified Purchase
This is a fun and well written story as far as I'm concerned, Jet Li has been challenging himself in many styles of movies and he's come out on top in each.

I found him to really become the character but still add his level of skill and style to the movie at the same time. I don't think I've really seen hardly any movies of his that I haven't liked. This being one of the top movies I think he's done. Even friends who haven't liked him in other movies have said that they would watch this one again.

If you still have an HD DVD player get this one, it's worth it in HD.

HD quality: 4.5 stars, I did notice a couple dark areas here and there that had some noise in them, looked as if they were taken with a lower quality camera and or transfered from film wrong.
HD audio: my 5.1 system still kicks out great sound and this movie had me looking over my shoulders a couple times, lol. Will make you wonder sometimes.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow, great action, and a plot with a soul April 25 2007
By Old-and-Wise - Published on Amazon.com
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Finally got around watching this kung-fu flick -- supposedly Jet's last martial arts film. It's never fair to compare Jet Li's hard-boiled ballet-like Shaolin kicks with Bruce Lee's no-BS brute-force chops, and both movies are extremely entertaining each in its own ways. "Fearless" features great Jet Li kung-fu action, yet it also has a "soul," so to speak: the plot reveals the frustrations and dejections of a people beaten down by foreign "devils," and a populace yearning to regain its lost respect and past glory. It's surprising to this viewer that the portrayal of the Japanese fighter is very sympathetic, unlike Bruce Lee's or other Chinese-vs.-Japanese fist-fight films. The special effects are rather superfluous but overall does not hurt the film's imagery or flow. A really entertaining and enjoyable movie, indeed.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars Aug. 5 2016
By Robert E. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I liked it, but it would be better in English...
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's all about the Final Fight. Feb. 12 2007
By Arthur Gardner - Published on Amazon.com
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All I have to say is that this movie has a charming story about the true martial artist, Huo Yuanjia, who stood up against all those against China in dire times of diplomatic and social depravity of his people and rose above all odds and in the end, became a legend in his own right. What's sad is that the reality about Huo was so enthralled and mixed with legend that the so called 'truth' about him is a mystery. Was he able to jump over 20 feet in the air? Maybe. Was he truly the most legendary martial artist of all time? He could be. The fact that fiction revolves around his existence, or the short time there was of his (he died when he was in his 40's...) it's hard to tell who he really was... or how he really even died!

Check him out, do some research about him and if you've seen the movie already, watch it again after gaining some insight and knowledge about this legendary man and you might gain an astounding amount of respect for this man and his exploits whether this film does the trick or not... the MESSAGE of the film overrules all else, just as Jet Li intends in this film. He wanted the lesson to be learned, of restraint, of martial arts being purely a defensive mechanics for self-improvement, discipline and insight.

The story tends to jump around, a bit TOO much from one time frame into Huo's adulthood... but the final fight in the end, which is interluded in the beginning, then finished at the end of the movie... is soul moving. I've watched a lot of movies that have brought tears to my eyes, brought joy to my soul and laughter to my heart but the final fight in this movie was one of the most powerful scenes I'd ever seen in filmographic measure-- almost bringing up to the caliber of oldskool cinematography, like Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai. Not comparing, just stating and analysis of the scene-- it's simply something worth noting for on an immensely powerful level.

This movie is a MUST if you love Jet Li.

A MUST if you love martial arts.

A MUST if you love wonderful cinematography.

The movie is flat out great, some flaws in concept but the execution of its focus on wisdom outperforms everything else.