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5 Best Movies of Donnie Yen You Need to watch.

Donnie Yen is one of the China's greatest martial artistes and He is also a very brilliant actor, he has gained millions of fans through many of his movies which are really interesting. He is my favorite Chinese actors, what about you?

Now I present to you, the 5 greatest and most interesting movies of all times from this vibrant actor that you need to watch. They will all make you day.


#1. IP Man 4

This movie tells the relationship of Kung Fu moves with American boxing, and the superiority of Kung Fu over it.

The beginning of Ip Man 4 is when our Donnie - the hero was leaving his home of Hong Kong, to travel to United States of America at the invitation of his former student Bruce Lee (Kwon-Kwan Chan), who has begun teaching martial arts to the other Westerners who came to learn from him.

Unsurprisingly this initiative, coupled with Bruce's cunning arrogance, doesn’t fit well with the Kung Fu masters of San Francisco and as a result, trouble occurs among them.

The final chapter of the Ip Man saga sees the titular hero wrestle not only with the challenges of the arena, but also with that of his personal life.

#2. Chasing the Dragon

Donnie Yen changed a little but after He stars as infamous real-life drug kingpin Crippled Ho, who came to Hong Kong an illegal immigrant in 1963 and ruthlessly carved an empire from the chaotic underworld of drug dealers and corrupt police that ruled the city under notorious detective Lee Rock (Andy Lau).


#3. Crouching Tiger: Sword of Destiny

It’s been 18 years since Jen Yu(Hades Dai of the West lotus) leapt into the clouds at Mount Wudang, and various enemy forces have been waiting to strike the Iron way led by Chun Woo master.

The returning hero Yu Shu Lien (Michelle Yeoh) is on her route to Beijing after the death of the governor.

There lies the sword, – I mean, Green Destiny – just as before. And like last time a thief from Hades Dai group broke the gates in the night comes to steal it away. Only there’s a twist: yes, there’s a silent young fleet-of-foot woman, Snow Vase (Natasha Liu Bordizzo), springing from within the court, but there’s also a fiery young man, Wei Fang (Harry Shun Jr), ordered to retrieve the sword for the tower-dwelling meanie Hades (Jason Scott Lee).


#4. Kill Zone (SPL)

This movie is among my favorite fight scenes of Donnie Yen’s

er This is another cop vs bad guys action film with a touch of drama and a twist ending to boot! What really makes this movie is not just the general feel and tone of the whole film, but the build up to the two finale fight scenes.





The real gem is the baton to knife fight between Donnie and Wu Jing. This fight is one of the all time greatest fights in the industry.


#5. Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen

Chen Zhen from Fist of Fury is back, he’s not dead, and he’s fighting the oppressive Japanese once again. He becomes ‘the masked warrior’, dressing up an awful lot like Kato from the Green Hornet and using a tremendously intense fighting style and and acrobatic movement.

The action of this film is pure performance, it hits hard, has a lot of energy and you get a bit of a ‘kung fu superhero’ feel to the character of Chen Zhen.

This is a unique film form the Donnie Yen shelf, definitely a fun watch with frequent fights and an interesting plot.

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