"Tai Chi Master" a.k.a. (Twin Warriors) (1993) $9.95
Tai Chi Master, also known as Tai ji Zhang San Feng, Twin Warriors, 太极张三丰 is a 1993 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping, and produced by Jet Li, who also starred in the film. The film was released in Hong Kong on 18 November 1993. (Synopsis): Jet Li stars in this tale of two best friends, Junbao (Li) and Tienbao (Chin Siu-Ho), who grow up together in a Shaolin monastery. During a competition the hot-headed Tienbao comes into conflict with one of the masters, and the two are expelled from the school. Out in the world for the first time, the two stumble upon a group of revolutionaries led by Michelle Yeoh who oppose cruel ruler eunuch Jin. The two quickly head down different paths and become estranged. When they are reunited, they are both in for a shock, and will have to somehow try to reconcile their vast differences...possibly to the death.Starring: Jet Li Lian-Jie, Michelle Yeoh (Yeung Chi-King), Chin Siu-Ho, Fennie Yuen Kit-Ying, Yuen Cheung-Yan. Director: Yuen Woo Ping, Producer: Jet Li, Action Director: Yuen Cheung Yan, Yuen Woo Ping, Language: English, Running time: 91 minutes, Productioncompany: Eastern Production, Distibuted by: Golden Harvest, Gala Film Distribution, Release date: 18 November 1993
"Fist Of Legend" a.k.a. (Jing wu ying xiong) (1994) $9.95
Fist of Legend, also known as  精武英雄, Cheng miu ying hung, Jing wu ying xiong,  Seibu eiyû and Jet Li es el mejor luchador is a 1994 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Gordon Chan, featuring action choreography by Yuen Woo-ping, and produced by Jet Li, who also starred in the lead role. The film was released on 22 December 1994. It is a remake of the 1972 Fist of Fury, which starred Bruce Lee as the lead character. The film is set in the Shanghai International Settlement in 1914 during the First World War as the Imperial Japanese Army are on their way to besiege the German port of Tsingtao in China.  (Synopsis): Jet Li stars in this historical Hong Kong action film, as Chen Zhen, a Chinese student in Japan in the 1920s. When his master is killed during the Japanese occupation of China, he returns to avenge his teacher’s death. Back in China, he finds himself caught in the escalating racial tensions between the Chinese and the Japanese. The martial arts sequences in this 1994 film are handled more seriously than flashy acrobatics of other kung fu epics of the time and are perhaps a better showcase for Li’s awe-inspiring fighting abilities. This story is inspired heavily by Bruce Lee’s classic Fists of Fury Starring: Jet Li, Shinobu Nakayama, Chin Siu Ho,Yasuaki Kurata, Paul Chun Pui, Billy Chow Bei Lei, Ada Choi Siu Fan, Yuen Cheung Yan, Jackson Lau Hok Yin, Wong Sun Director: Gordon Chan Kar Shan, Producer: Jet Li, Action Director: Yuen Cheung Yan, Yuen Shun Yee, Yuen Woo Ping, Running Time: 106 minutes, Region Coding: All-Region, Format: NTSC (playable in USA), Production company: Eastern Productions, Distributed by: Golden Harvest, Release date: 22 December 1994  
"New Legend Of Shaolin" a.k.a. (Hong Xi Guan : Zhi Shao Lin wu zu) (1994) $9.95
The New Legend of Shaolin, also known as 新少林五祖,  Hong Xi Guan : Zhi Shao Lin wu zu, Hung Hei-Koon: Shaolin's Five Founders, Legend Of The Future Shaolin,  The Legend Of The Red Dragon, La Légende du dragon rouge released in the United Kingdom as Legend of the Red Dragon) is a 1994 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Wong Jing and Corey Yuen, and  produced by Jet Li, who also starred in the lead role. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 3 March 1994. This film showcases Hung Hei-kwun's exploits as a rebel against the Qing government. This is one of two films in which Li and Miu Tse play a father-son duo, the other being My Father Is a Hero.(Synopsis): After his wife is killed by his enemies, he lives as a vagabond, accompanied by his 7 year old son. The two travel to a village, where Hung is hired as a guardsman for a feudal lord engaged to be married. Suspecting his boss future bride to be an infamous professional thief, Hung is otherwise occupied in the quest for five children who have tattooed on their backs the keys to finding the coveted treasure of the Temple of Shaolin. But Hung has sworn enemy, a traitorous monk who has transformed into a monstrous creature, is also after the mysterious treasure... Starring: Jet Li Lian-Jie, Chingmy Yau Suk-Ching, Tze Miu, Deannie Yip (Tak Han), Yeung Wai, Suen Goon Naam, Foo Pooi, Gwaan Paang, Johnny Wang (Lung Wei), Chan Chung-Yung, Wong Jing, Adam Cheng Siu-Chow, Damian Lau (Chung Yan), Gai Chun WaDirector: Wong Jing, Producer: Pooi Cheung Chuen, Wong Jing, Action Director: Corey Yuen Kwai, Yuen Tak, DTS: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Language: English, Running Time: 94 minutes, Distributed by: Eastern Productions, Release date: 3 March 1994
"Kung Fu Cult Master" a.k.a. (Yi tian tu long ji zhi mo jiao jiao zhu) (1993) $9.95
Kung Fu Cult Master, also known as Ji Tin Tou Lung Gei Zi Mo Gaau Gaau Zyu, 倚天屠龍記之魔教教主, Yi tian tu long ji zhi mo jiao jiao zhu, Lord of the Wu Tang and Evil Cult is a 1993 Hong Kong wuxia film adapted from Louis Cha's novel The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber. Directed by Wong Jing, it featured fight choreography by Sammo Hung, and starred Jet Li, Sharla Cheung, Chingmy Yau and Gigi Lai in the lead roles. As the film performed poorly at the box office, plans for its sequels were cancelled and hence its cliffhanger ending was left unresolved.(Synopsis): Zhang Wuji and his parents return from an isolated island and travel to Mount Wudang to celebrate his grandteacher Zhang Sanfeng's 100th birthday. Several martial artists attempt to force Zhang Wuji's parents to reveal the whereabouts of his godfather, Xie Xun, but they refuse and commit suicide in defiance. Zhang Wuji has been seriously injured by the Xuanming Elders and almost dies, but Zhang Sanfeng shows special care towards him and attempts to preserve his life. However, that incurs the jealousy of his senior Song Qingshu, who collaborates with Zhou Zhiruo of the Emei Sect to harm him.Starring: Jet Li Lian-Jie, Chingmy Yau Suk-Ching, Cheung Man, Sammo Hung (Kam Bo), Tsui Kam-Kong, Francis Ng Chun-Yu, Ngai Sing, Richard Ng Yil-Hon, Leung Kar Yan. Gigi Lai ChiDirector: Wong Jing, Producer: Wong Jing, Action Director: Sammo Hung Kam Bo, Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Features: Anamorphic Mono Trailers Duration: 7, Running Time: 99 minutes, Languages: English or Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0, Subtitles: None, Production company:: Win's Entertainment, Distributed by: Newport Entertainment Ltd, Orange Sky Golden Harvest (Current), Release date: 18 December 1993
"Shaolin Temple" a.k.a. (Shao Lin Si) (1982) $9.95
The Shaolin Temple, is also known as 少林寺, Shao Lin Si and Le Temple de Shaolin is a 1982 Hong Kong-Chinese martial arts film directed by Chang Hsin Yen and starring Jet Li in his debut role (though his name is misspelled in the credits as Jet Lee.) The film is based on the Shaolin Monastery in China and depicts Shaolin Kung Fu. The film was the first Hong Kong production to be filmed in mainland China.(Synopsis): A young boy (Jet Li) escaping from a slave camp is taken in by the monks of the Shaolin Temple. There, he learns martial arts in order to take revenge on the traitorous general who killed his father. His quest for vengeance implicates the monks, who come to his defense. In the process of fighting the general's troops, they save the true emperor, who rewards them greatly. This was Jet Li's first big film, and the first of three Shao Lin pictures. All three feature incredible no-flying-people (i.e. the Kung Fu is real and performed without the use of wires). This film is from mainland China. Starring: Jet Li Lian-Jie, Wong Chau-Yin, Yu Hai, Ding Lan, Yu Hsing Wei Director: Cheung Sing Yim, Action Director: Yu Hai, Stuntman: Sun Jian KuLanguages: English , Cantonese , Mandarin, subtitles: none, Production company: Chung Yuen Motion Picture Company, Release date: 21 January 1982
"Martial Arts Of Shaolin" a.k.a. (Nan Bei Shao Lin) (1986) $9.95
Martial Arts of Shaolin, also known as Naam Bak Siu Lam, Nan Bei Shao Lin, 南北少林, Shaolin Temple 3 and Les Arts martiaux de Shaolin is a 1986 Hong Kong martial arts film. It is notable as the only collaboration between film director Lau Kar-leung and actor Jet Li. The film was later released on Region 1 DVD by The Weinstein Company under the Dragon Dynasty imprint.(Synopsis): Internationally lauded as one of the greatest, this magnificent martial arts masterpiece marked the titanic, one-time only, teaming of renowned champion Jet Li with legendary director Lau Kar Leung. Internationally lauded as one of the greatest, this magnificent martial arts masterpiece marked the titanic, one-time only, teaming of renowned champion Jet Li (Romeo Must Die) with legendary director Lau Kar Leung. The two mount unforgettable battles in the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and even on the Yangtze River with a kung fu cast of hundreds. If the brilliant American musical director Busby Berkeley knew kung fu, this spectacular, eye-filling epic might be the movie he would have made.Starring: Jet Li Lian-Jie, Wong Chau Yin (Huang Qiu-Yan), Woo Gin Keung (Hu Jian-Qiang), Yue Sing Wai (Yu Cheng-Hui), Yue Hoi (Yu Hai), Suen Gin Fooi, Lau Waai Leung, Gai Chun Wa, Mak Wai Cheung, Hung Yan YanDirector: Lau Kar Leung, Producer: Fu Qi, Action Director: The Lau BrothersDolby Digital 2.0 - Stereo - Dual Mono, Languages: English, Running Time: 90 minutes, Production company: Shaw Brothers Studio, Pearl River FilmDistributed by: Shaw Brothers Studio, Release date: 1 February 1986  
"Once Upon A Time In China II" a.k.a. (Wong Fei Hung II: Nam yee tung chi keung) (1992) $9.95
Once Upon A Time In China II, also known as 黄飞鸿之二:男儿当自强,  Wong Fei-hung ji yi: Naam yi dong ji keung, La Secte du lotus blanc, Il était une fois en Chine 2 and Once Upon A Time In China 2  is a 1992 Hong Kong martial arts film written and directed by Tsui Hark, and starring Jet Li as Chinese folk hero Wong Fei-hung.[2] It is the second instalment in the Once Upon a Time in China film series. The iconic theme song, A Man Should Better Himself (男兒當自強), was performed in Cantonese by George Lam at the beginning of the film, and by Jackie Chan in the end credits. (Chan also sang the Mandarin version. (Synopsis): This first sequel to the acclaimed Once Upon a Time in China continues the adventures of Legendary Martial Artist Wong Fei Hung, played once again by Jet Li. In Canton for an east-west medical conference, Fei Hung befriends Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, who is secretly leading a movement to overthrow the emperor and create a Chinese republic. Unfortunately, Fei Hung also runs afoul of the White Lotus sect, a fanatic cult bent on purging all things foreign from China. When the White Lotus burn down the foreign language school, Fei Hung takes its displaced students to the British consulate after being rebuffed by commander Lan (Donnie Yen) at city hall. Lan wants Sun Yat-Sen, and so he stands by while the White Lotus attack the consulate where Dr. Sun is hiding, so that he can seize him and his list of followers. Needless to say, this eventually forces a confrontation with Wong Fei Hung, who must also deal with the White Lotus and their leader, the seemingly invincible Priest Kung. Starring: Jet Li Lian-Jie, Max Mok Siu-Chung, Rosamund Kwan Chi-Lam, Donnie Yen Ji-Dan, David Chiang (Keung Dai-Wai), Zhang Tie Lin,  Paul Fonoroff Director: Tsui Hark, Producer: Ng See Yuen, Tsui Hark, Action Director: Yuen Woo Ping, Languages: English, Running Time: 108 minutes, Production company: Film Workshop, Golden Harvest, Paragon Films Ltd, Distributed by: Golden Harvest, Release date: 16 April 1992
"Fong Sai Yuk 11" a.k.a. Fang Shi Yu II: Wan fu mo di (1993) $12.95
Fong Sai-yuk II, also known as The Legend II and The Legend of Fong Sai-yuk II,方世玉Ⅱ万夫莫敌,  方世玉2谁与争锋, Fang Shi Yu II: Wan fu mo di, The Legend of Fong Sai Yuk 2, La Légende De Fong Sai Yuk 2 (is a 1993 Hong Kong martial arts comedy film directed by Corey Yuen, and also produced by and starring Jet Li as Chinese folk hero Fong Sai-yuk. The film is a sequel to Fong Sai-yuk, which was released earlier in the same year. Two former Miss Hong Kong Pageant winners, Michelle Reis and Amy Kwok, portrayed Fong Sai-yuk's wives. (Synopsis): Fong Sai-yuk and his wife, Ting-ting, are now full-fledged members of the Red Flower Society, a secret society seeking to overthrow the Qing dynasty. The society's leader is Fong's godfather, Chan Ka-lok, who intends to groom Fong to become his successor. Chan's deputy, the ruthless Yu Chun-hoi, stands in Fong's way and tries to harm him. The society's members are unaware that Chan is actually a long-lost younger brother of the Qianlong Emperor. Although Chan is faithful to the society's cause, he fears that the members might renounce their loyalty to him if they discover his true identity. Meanwhile, some Japanese rōnin find evidence of Chan's true identity and attempt to pass it to the Qianlong Emperor in a red box. Chan sends Fong and others on a mission to intercept the rōnin and retrieve the evidence, but Fong is distracted by a damsel in distress and focuses on rescuing her instead. At a critical moment, when Fong is almost killed by the rōnin, his mother, Miu Tsui-fa, shows up and saves him. Despite so, the rōnin get away and pass the evidence to Suen Si-ngai, the Viceroy of Guangdong province. The woman whom Fong rescued earlier is Suen On-yee, the viceroy's daughter. Chan plans for Fong to woo Suen On-yee and extricate the red box from her. Fong enters a martial arts contest that the viceroy arranges to win On-yee's hand in marriage and use the opportunity to steal the Red Box. Suen On-yee, meanwhile, has fallen in love with Fong and marries out of real love. However, the viceroy is aware of Fong's true intention in the marriage so he sends soldiers to capture Fong. Suen On-yee manages to persuade her father to release Fong by threatening to commit suicide.Starring: Jet Li, Michelle Reis, Josephine Siao Fung Fung, Adam Cheng Siu ChowPeter Chan Lung, Amy Kwok Oi Ming, Ji Chun Hua, Corey Yuen Kwai. Director: Corey Yuen Kwai, Producer: Jet Li, Liu Er Dong, Action Director: Corey Yuen Kwai, Yuen Tak, Language: Chinese, English Subtitles, Chinese Subtitles, NTSC All, Running Time: 100 Minutes.