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MartialArtsDoNotWorkThatWay is a SisterTrope. DragonsUpTheYinYang is a common visual motif.

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MartialArtsDoNotWorkThatWay ArtisticLicenseMartialArts is a SisterTrope. DragonsUpTheYinYang is a common visual motif.



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* ''Film/KillBill'' Volume 2 has a DeletedScene in this style which has Bill facing off against the former student of a guy he killed and his handful of mooks.


* ''KickinIt'' alludes to [[LargeHam Bobby Wasabi's]] movies as being this.

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* ''KickinIt'' ''Series/KickinIt'' alludes to [[LargeHam Bobby Wasabi's]] movies as being this.

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* ''WaynesWorld 2'', in a scene which has Wayne fight Cassandra's Cantonese father in a chop sockey kung fu fight. The stereotypical sound effects, dubbing and dubious wirework are all aped for the scene.

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* ''WaynesWorld 2'', ''Film/WaynesWorld2'', in a scene which has Wayne fight Cassandra's Cantonese father in a chop sockey kung fu fight. The stereotypical sound effects, dubbing and dubious wirework are all aped for the scene.


* ''KungFuHustle''

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* ''KungFuHustle''''Film/KungFuHustle''


Chop Sockey is a term referring to fight scenes with an East Asian (especially Chinese, mostly Hong Kong) martial-arts style, but is often (see examples below) used to describe the whole genre of [[MartialArtsMovie martial-arts films]]. They usually feature '''over''' exaggerated presentations of traditional fighting techniques, [[KungFoley dramatic sound effects]], and sometimes [[HongKongDub questionable dialogue dubbing]].

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Chop Sockey is a rather disrespectful term referring to fight scenes with an East Asian (especially Chinese, mostly Hong Kong) martial-arts style, but is often (see examples below) used to describe the whole genre of [[MartialArtsMovie martial-arts films]]. They usually feature '''over''' exaggerated presentations of traditional fighting techniques, [[KungFoley dramatic sound effects]], and sometimes [[HongKongDub questionable dialogue dubbing]].


Chop Sockey is a [[UnfortunateImplications rather disrespectful]] term, referring to fight scenes with an East Asian (especially Chinese, mostly Hong Kong) martial-arts style, but is often (see examples below) used to describe the whole genre of [[MartialArtsMovie martial-arts films]]. They usually feature '''over''' exaggerated presentations of traditional fighting techniques, [[KungFoley dramatic sound effects]], and sometimes [[HongKongDub questionable dialogue dubbing]].

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Chop Sockey is a [[UnfortunateImplications rather disrespectful]] term, term referring to fight scenes with an East Asian (especially Chinese, mostly Hong Kong) martial-arts style, but is often (see examples below) used to describe the whole genre of [[MartialArtsMovie martial-arts films]]. They usually feature '''over''' exaggerated presentations of traditional fighting techniques, [[KungFoley dramatic sound effects]], and sometimes [[HongKongDub questionable dialogue dubbing]].


Chop Sockey is a [[UnfortunateImplications rather disrespectful]] term, referring to fight scenes with an East Asian (especially Chinese, mostly Hong Kong) martial-arts style, but is often (see examples below) used to describe the whole genre of [[MartialArtsMovie martial-arts films]]. They usually feature '''overly''' exaggerated and presentations of traditional fighting techniques, leading to [[KungFoley dramatic sound effects]], and sometimes [[HongKongDub questionable dialogue dubbing]].

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Chop Sockey is a [[UnfortunateImplications rather disrespectful]] term, referring to fight scenes with an East Asian (especially Chinese, mostly Hong Kong) martial-arts style, but is often (see examples below) used to describe the whole genre of [[MartialArtsMovie martial-arts films]]. They usually feature '''overly''' '''over''' exaggerated and presentations of traditional fighting techniques, leading to [[KungFoley dramatic sound effects]], and sometimes [[HongKongDub questionable dialogue dubbing]].



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* ''KickinIt'' alludes to [[LargeHam Bobby Wasabi's]] movies as being this.

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