The kung fu master who got sick (actor and stuntman Gordon Lew)
Gordon Lui if you ever read this understand you have been an inspiration to many martial
artist and people transcending race and time! We love you get well!!
Legendary Master Lui, thank you for great skill you shared with the world your name will live forever in martial arts
Well , another martial arts fan – just like me ! It’s wonderful that you remind people ( especially the young ones)
of martial arts stars from the past who surely contributed to the popularity of martial arts movies.
O’k, many kung fu movies from the past should have been made better but they were so popular that directors & producers didn’t have to exert themselves.
The greatest times for martial arts movies are over for the time being. In the course of time
they became almost the fantasy movies using special effects which made them unreal and…. funny. But it doesn’t mean,
of course that martial arts will disappear from the movie entertainment. Fortunately , the latest part of Mission
Impossible shows that there’s the future for martial arts thread in movies – thrillers,
action movies with martial arts fights scenes ! What else can a human body do ?
So, I’ve got a challenge for You, as I’m interested in korean martial artists,….. two names ; Lee Kwang Su
( Human Resignation, Underground, Killing Game – 1996) and Han Kook il ( Strike of Thunderkick 1982 the role of Snake).
Are You able to get some more information about them and their movies ?