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    Default Come on Jackie Chan, uh uh uh uh uh oh!

    This guy is a legend. I haven't seen his flicks for a few years but I've been introducing my young son to them lately and it's good stuff. Toss the story line out the window and just marvel at the guy's stunts.

    He must have some serious strength, gymnast-type more than barbell-based I reckon. Check out this scene from Rumble in the Bronx.

    Jackie Chan, you da man!


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    I saw the making of one his movies , without even knowing about it
    i was a teen wagging school down melbourne , so headed off to the city for the day , me an a mate were walking down swantson st , when in one of those little shopping lanes we see the cameras an boom mics etc and these two little asians going for it , watched for a few minutes and then walked off

    it wasn't till years later that i was watching one of his movies , and there was the scene, i watched it over and over to see if any part of me got in the flick but nope i couldn't see me

    can't remember the name of the movie but it was one of this early early one's , in the movie there is a scene with a horse and carriage , the move had bad voice sync
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    he rocks!

    Has literally broken every bone in his body some more than once doing his own stunts.


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    He's 39 years old in that movie (Rumble in the Bronx).

    I grew up watching his movies and always wanted to be as ripped & strong.
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    i remember watching an interview with him where he reckons he does all his own stunts without safety equipment

    watchin the outtakes of some of his movie it wouldn't suprise me that he has broken every bone
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    that movie a while ago, the one he did in oz if anyone remembers, he broke a couple of bones on that one too


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    I saw one the other day called First Strike. That was filmed somewhere in QLD, not sure if that's the film you're talking about.


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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI1AwZN4ZYg&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Cinemassacre's Top 10 Jackie Chan Stunts[/ame]#

    Stole this from a thread n00bs made. Crazy shit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DKD View Post
    I saw one the other day called First Strike. That was filmed somewhere in QLD, not sure if that's the film you're talking about.
    yep thats it! with shitty ozzys acting lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Azz View Post
    YouTube - Cinemassacre's Top 10 Jackie Chan Stunts#

    Stole this from a thread n00bs made. Crazy shit.
    fucking awesome
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