Jackie Chan top 10 movies of my inspiration
on the comedic aspects of Kong Fu - martial art, action figure, an international language - fully establishing the chirpy and cheerful image Jackie Chan would keep for most his career. Audiences had loved his earlier pairing with Yuen Siu-tien, so the duo teamed back up for a story about the young Wong Fei-hung, a folk hero in history, like Western cow boy. His film’s selling point was a style of kung fu that can only be executed to adopt in a particular situation - improvising according to his environment, more like a standing comedian, so that he called the shots on the spot, never with rehearsal. Jackie Chan found the perfect balance between kung fu and humour, and the result is thoroughly entertaining. I've come back to his faction of martial art from time to time, flashing light my way to my scientific writing of research papers and invention (patent application) - I jot down fresh ideas while absence of mind "viewing" "audio-echoing" his action, a way that I found cozy for creative writing.