List of the Best Martial Arts Comedy Movies

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List of the Best Martial Arts Comedy Movies

Here is a list of the some of the best martial arts comedy movies ever made. Click on the titles of these martial arts films in order to see their movie trailers, basic storyline, positive or negative rating from film review sites, etc.

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Popular Martial Arts Comedies (Not in Rank Order)

  • Drunken Master - A 1978 martial movie starring Jackie Chan. In this film, the star learns Drunken Fist Kung Fu or Zui Quan.
  • Drunken Master 2 - A 1994 martial arts comedy starring Jackie Chan.
  • Kung Fu Hustle - A 2004 martial arts comedy starring Stephen Chow. Dancing, singing and powerful Kung Fu is combined in this martial arts film.
  • Kung Fu Panda - A 2008 animated martial arts movie. In this comedy, a young fat panda must become the Dragon Warrior!
  • Kung Pow! Enter the Fist - A 2002 martial arts comedy that is a satire of classic martial arts movies.
  • Return of the 36th Chamber - A 1980 martial arts comedy with Gordon Liu. In this film, the star learns "scaffolding" or construction Kung Fu in order to defend workers against evil overseers.
  • Rush Hour - A 1998 martial arts comedy starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Two detectives from Hong Kong and Los Angeles work together in order to rescue a kidnapped girl.
  • Shaolin Soccer - A 2004 martial arts comedy that revolves around a soccer team comprised of misfit Shaolin Kung Fu experts. This page allows you to watch the complete movie for free via Hulu (but with Hulu ads).



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