Years and years ago I used to be obsessed with what my favorite fight scenes were in movies, and I would gauge this topic on my own time based on the performers, choreography, choreographers, style, and tone of the action, and even sometimes the length of the fight scene. One metric I also factored in was whether or not the fight scene would cut itself in between cuts from other climatic scenes in that film. Nowadays, it’s hard to even draw up a top ten as I’ve seen so many fight scenes, and so whenever I see a random post on social media asking followers what their favorite fight scene is from a film, I instantly pass.
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The action is brutal, deadly and impressively lensed as action fans would hope. Lending greatly to the continuity are the visible bumps, cuts and bruises that come with Broughton’s occupation. You’re almost left wondering if the trivia around those lesions are comprised of cosmetics or, at least in part, make up a percentage of what Theron puts herself through in some of the action along with her own training.
Kicking off the Hit List is another round of demo reel jewels from around the web by way of stunt players such as Natalie Diaz, Chris Romrell, Bryan Cartago, Tally Rodin, Elizabeth Carpenter, Nate Mitchell, Tyler Street, Delyan Dimitrov, Chris Schmidt Jr., Niahlah Hope, Nik Pelekai, Justin Craigen, Adair Moran, Eric Cullet, Travis Statton-Marrero, James S. Gonzalez, David Cheung, and King Of Kung Fu‘s latest tribute reel to the legendary and death-defying feats of one of old school Hong Kong action cinema’s finest, actress and icon Moon Lee.