The best fight scene of the 21st century! KILL BILL" was featured!

~The best fight scene of the 21st century #1~.

It is a work that I am truly attached to.
CRAZY88 played the role of MIKI, and I also taught sword fighting and choreographed the Japanese parts such as the first half of Aobaya and the duel in the snow garden.
The Chinese part is the Yuen Woo Ping of the world.
He is a master of Hong Kong action.
Great results this time around.
That's what I'm talking about. I really feel great❗.
But really, for some reason, my name is not mentioned in Japan.

Huh? (laughs)

We hope you will take a look at the original article below.
I was the only Japanese cast & crew member.
Well, I'm used to it, lol.
There are actually many comrades close to me who feel this way.
That is why I am motivated to show them the "real thing.
I have a great group of friends and I'm blessed to meet good people every day.
I really, really appreciate it.
Photo with message received from Lucy Liu.
Myself on standby.
(Behind him is Issei Takahashi, who is currently enjoying his big break.
Tetsuro- We all have learned from you. Because you are a Master!
It is realistic and really supportive.
I, we "KAMUI" are the original "SAMURAI ARTIST"!
I will continue to go straight!
By the way, below is the real article!
Original article on the U.S. Collider website

Original site text

Choreographed by: Yuen Woo-ping and Tetsuro Shimaguchi
Directed by: Quentin Tarantino
Technically, I'm pretty sure these are considered two separate fight scenes, but since one leads directly into the other, I'm going to be indulgent and slap 'em together. Because truly, they are both remarkable, but they are best when seen together. This ain't just one of the greats of the 21st century; it's one of the best fight scenes of all time. Quentin Tarantino is an impossible filmmaker to pigeonhole, but it would certainly be a stretch to say he's an action director, and yet with his Kill Bill films, he channeled a lifetime's worth of love for Kung Fu into a loving homage that samples so liberally, it earns a flavor all it 's own.
Every single fight in Kill Bill Vol. 1 is pretty much a masterpiece. Tarantino recruited legendary martial arts choreographer Yuen Woo-ping and sword fight choreographer Tetsuro Shimaguchi, for the film and the results are the kind that go down in movie history. The Bride vs. O-Ren Ishii is an elegant and refined Katana duel. The sequences are vicious and wildly violent, with spurts of blood, and the battle with the Crazy 88 is so iconic, it's probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the movie. The sequences are vicious and wildly violent, with spurts of blood and bone shattering contact, but they are also incredibly playful. And the powerhouse duo of Uma Thurman, who sells ever dramatic beat trough the madness, and her stunt double Zoe Bell, who makes her look like a superhuman force of nature, deliver each moment to perfection.

The 27 Greatest Fight Scenes of the 21st Century.

by Haleigh Foutch February 8, 2017

No.1 "Kill Bill Vol.1" The Bride vs.

Choreography: Yuen Woo Ping, Tetsuro Shimaguchi

Director: Quentin Tarantino

It may be a bit unfair to put it this way, but from a technical point of view, this can be considered two separate fight scenes.

However, it is also true that one scene is directly connected to the other, so I will be generous here.

While both are superbly done, they are best viewed together.

These fight scenes are not just "one of the masterpieces of the 21st century. They are "one of the greatest fight scenes in the history of cinema.

Quentin Tarantino is a difficult filmmaker to even classify, and it would be a stretch to call him an "action filmmaker.

However, he has lavished his love of kung fu on the film Kill Bill, which gives the film a unique flavor.

Every single fight scene in Kill Bill Vol. 1 is a masterpiece.

To make this film, Tarantino recruited legendary martial arts choreographer Yuen Woo Ping and swordsmith Tetsuro Shimaguchi, and the result is Kill Bill, a film that will go down in cinema history.

A thorough fistfight between The Bride vs. Bernita Green. The Bride vs. Oren Ishii's brilliant and sophisticated sword slashing.

The subsequent battles with Gogo Yubari and Krazy 88 are already legendary, and these are probably the first fight scenes that come to mind when you hear the name Kill Bill.

Spurting blood, shattering bones - the fight scenes are vicious and violent.

However, it is also packed with plenty of playfulness.

Uma Thurman's maddeningly dramatic performance and stuntwoman Zoë Bell who makes it seem as if she has superhuman powers. Every moment created by these two talents is perfect.

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Tetsuro Shimaguchi