The style of martial arts movies in the eighties-roadside Xiaoshi Du Hui“s video recommendations (15)

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Wen/Du Hui has watched a lot of old martial arts movies for a while. It stands to reason that the special effects, scenery, props, etc. were all primi


Wen/Du Hui


I watched a lot of old martial arts movies for a while. It stands to reason that at that time, the special effects, scenery, props, etc. were all primitive. The scripts are still old-fashioned now, but the movies are still very attractive when they are re-painted. I think that on the one hand, I have seen most of the dramas when I was young, and now I see a nostalgic complex. And many stories I didn't understand when I was young, just watched the hustle and bustle. Now you can understand the world view in the plot and the emotional world of the characters in it. On the other hand, the attitude of these people towards movies at that time was a favorite career and a subsistence job. So more effort, more investment, and even desperation. Less impetuous, more investment, which also made the film industry at that timeFlourish. Of course, there was also a lack of competition from other media at that time, and even the TV penetration rate was very limited.

Reviewing these movies now, some of the actors have become popular later, and some are very good and have potential, but they have played soy sauce in various movies for their entire lives, and some even slowly moved from the screen The middle has disappeared, which makes people embarrassed. Life is like this, gathering is fate, gathering and scattering. It reminds me of the role of Big Brother Zhao Yun and Sammo Hung in See the Dragon Resurrection. Unspeakable sadness and emotions are fate, but in the end everyone has their own destiny.


1. "Shaolin Boy"

Release time: 1984 system Film: Hong Kong Personal Rating: 8.5 Douban Rating: 7.1


The style of martial arts movies in the eighties-roadside Xiaoshi Du Hui“s video recommendations (15)


I saw some impressions when I was young, and I re-flash the old videos and I feel very cordial. The story is not ugly, the action scenes are also beautiful, adding a lot of popular elements at the time, and accompanied by the martial arts enthusiasm of Shaolin Temple, the cast headed by Jet Li has been popular for many years. The actor in the play Huang Qiuyan is Jet Li’s ex-wife (married in 1987, divorced in 1990, then went to the United States and remarried, which is also considered a life Good home), it looks pleasing to the eye, what kind of endearing type it belongs to. However, it's hard to tell what happened to the two of them, they just felt sorry for Huang Qiuyan.

The story is a martial arts comedy genre, and it’s also very good now.Pine entertainment. At that time, there were no computer special effects, and the story was simple, but looking at its own simple and simple beauty, the martial arts who have become more and more fancy than later are also a good style. Why did I write here, I remembered the One-armed knife series...


2. "North and South Shaolin"

Release time: 1986 Production: Mainland China, Hong Kong Individual rating: 8.5 Douban score: 7


The style of martial arts movies in the eighties-roadside Xiaoshi Du Hui“s video recommendations (15)


This play is the same type as Shaolin Kid, and it is still a lineup headed by Jet Li (and Huang Qiuyan). It is a kung fu comedy routine that takes advantage of the heat of Shaolin Temple. Kungfu play is in place, but the whole story is illogical There are too many places. There are too many content omitted in the plot, which seems to be less coherent. In the end, if you kill the prince, then you will rebel. How could you leave your mouth alive and let you go away. But the martial arts of this group of actors are still in place. It’s also very enjoyable.

This drama is smallI've seen it at that time, and I was very impressed by Jet Li's eating snake meat during the Shaolin contest between the North and the South. Hey, I have been a foodie since I was a child.


3. "Shaolin Thirty-Six Rooms"

Release time: 1978 Production: Hong Kong Personal Rating: 8.5 Douban Rating: 7.6


The style of martial arts movies in the eighties-roadside Xiaoshi Du Hui“s video recommendations (15)


The work of Shaw Brothers in Hong Kong in 1978. At that time, Shaw Brothers was very popular. He still made many interesting films according to his own routine. Although it is an old film more than 40 years ago, However, it is very enjoyable. The special effects are simple, and the martial arts movements are well organized. The story is simple, but it is also easy to see. Old movies, there were no special effects at the time, and they were basic skills. The actors worked hard and dedicated to make ends meet. A lot of people have also been achieved. The structure of the story can be seen as an upgrade of the futurePrototype, looking very interesting to upgrade to the route of God.

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