36th Chamber of Shaolin is broadly thought to be one of the best kung fu movies of all time. Gordon Lui is great, this is the movie that launches his career. Check out the 1978 Movie Trailer. Here! http://kungfumovieshop.com/36-chambers-shaolin-trailer-1978/
Ip Man & the sequel, Ip Man 2 are my favourite martial arts movies by a million miles. Donnie Yen is brilliant in the role of Ip Man, Bruce Lee's master & the person credited with bringing Wing Chun to the world. His blend of deep humility and badass kung-fu skills to make an unbeatable combination.
Enter the Dragon (1973) Shot on location in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee's final movie is now a certifiable martial arts classic. Lee plays a monk (also named Lee) who enters a brutal championship tournament to which only the best are invited. His athletic prowess lands him there, but he's also serving as a spy for the British government -- and he's out to prove that the contest's manager, Han, is also a player in the drug trade. Will Lee be the last man standing?