Asian Martial Art Movies

Action Choreography Movies - Last Sumurai, Seven Swords, Azumi

The impressions of martial art movies to many people are bloody and brutal. Recently years, the Chinese action choreographers are hired by Hollywood to beautify the martial actions, even add the action humor in to the movies.

In the other hand, the movie sound track can lessen vision effect of the bloody and brutal senses, too. The following Asia martial art movies have something in common. They are all excellent epic movies with great music sound tracks.

Title: Last Samurai (2003)

Starring Tom Cruise as a Civil War veteran who travels to Japan to train an army to defeat the last of the country's samurais. He was captured by the samurai and learns about their traditions and spirit of honor.

MP3: Red Warrior (7M) by Hans Zimmer

Title: Seven Swords (2005)

A story of Chinese seven heroes gathered together to save a village from the massacre of a general who was seeking a fortune through killing.

MP3: Seven Sword Battle Song (11M) by Kaiju Shakedown


Title: Azumi (2003)

Base on Japanese comic, Azumi was raised with nine other orphans and became an ultimate assassin during Japanese Shogun age. Her mission was to assassin the hostile warlords to stop the civil war.
Watch how a female teen to fight with a thousand of soldiers and gangsters.

Title: Asumi 2 - Death or Love (2005)

Azumi continued her incomplete mission to assassin the last hostile warlord.

MP3: Heart to Heart (6M) by Taro Iwashiro

Azumi Comic

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