The movie theater chain has announced the best karate movies from its history.
The National Karate Federation (NKKF) announced the list of the 50 greatest karate films of the 70 years and 80 years, which were released in cinemas in October.
Karate movies are usually shot on location, but in this case the movie was shot at the same time.
It was also shot in China and Japan, so it is the most iconic karate movie in the world, according to NKKF president Lai Yihui.
The movies that made the list include the classic movie “Karate Fighter”, which was released in 1969, “The King of Fighters” in 1970, and “Kasumi Kyo: The Revenge” in 1981.
In the 80s, it was the best-selling karate film in the United States and one of the best foreign films of all time.
NKKFs chief executive officer Yuhsuke Fujii said the movies are very nostalgic.
He said, “Kashiki is one of those karate masters who took the martial arts from a traditional Chinese martial art and put it in a modern form.
The movies that are the best are from that era, so they are very important to me.”
According to Fujii, he wanted to make sure the movies included many scenes of karate, so the movies were made in a way that would reflect that.
“I hope they are not too flashy and not too violent,” he said.
“We tried to make them as good as we can, and then we will be happy when we watch them.”
The NKK F also announced that its upcoming “Kabuki-no-kata” movie is the highest-grossing karate-related movie in Japan in the last 20 years.
The movie was released earlier this month in Japanese theaters.