- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 6 hours, 10 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: February 9, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Label: Warner Home Video
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Description by OLDIES.com:
Grab your black-belts and prepare yourself for a night of roundhouse kickin' action with this 4-Film Favorites Martial Arts Collection!
RUMBLE IN THE BRONX:After years as the biggest star in Asia, Jackie Chan (abetted by his able collaborator director Stanley Tong) took North America by storm in 1996 with RUMBLE IN THE BRONX, the first Hong Kong film to make it to number one at the U.S. box office. Keung (Chan) visits his uncle in the Bronx and ends up helping protect a local grocery store from thugs. A beautiful neighbor's involvement with the gang catapults Keung into even more trouble, and it will take all of his wits--and whiplike kicks--to save himself. The film introduced Chan's original combination of masterful martial arts and goofy comedy to a widespread American audience. As in other Chan movies, blooper scenes run during the credits, showcasing the hilarious and disastrous blunders made during filming and revealing that Chan, who performs all his own stunts, seems willing to take mind-boggling risks to create his distinctive brand of celluloid magic.
THE CORRUPTOR:Chow Yun-Fat is Nick Chen, a severe New York Chinatown cop who is having a tough time keeping peace on the streets after a turf war breaks out between the triads and a street gang. Mark Wahlberg is Danny Wallace, another cop brought in to help with the peacekeeping effort. When he realizes that Chen's ties to the criminals go even deeper than he suspected, things get very violent and complicated.
SHOWDOWN IN LITTLE TOKYO is a hard-hitting, frequently funny story of criminality and culture clashes. Two martial arts experts crack heads as they crack down on a gang of Japanese drug runners.
BLOODSPORT: Based on a true story, this martial arts adventure takes place during a secret competition that settles the World Championship of a particularly bloody--not to mention illegal--sport.