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Mayukh's World: Movie Collection Saturday, December 16, 2017
My Movie Collection
  • Anime
  • Comedy
  • Martial Arts
  • James Bond
  • Everything Else
  • Movie Collection

    Welcome to my movie collection. I have a fairly decent number of movies. Most of them are on DVD, although I still have some VHS tapes. My biggest collections are Jackie Chan and James Bond films. Here's the list that I currently own.

    Anime

    I got into Anime when a friend of mine introduced me to Ninja Scroll. Since then, I've watched dozens of anime movies and slowly started to build my collection. It is still a work in progress, since it seems that there are hundreds of anime movies to add to my collection. I started to collect anime movies on VHS tape, before switching to DVD format. Hence most of my Anime collection is on VHS.
    Akira Ghost in a Shell Ninja Resurrection - The Revenge of Jubei
    Ninja Resurrection - Hell Spawn Ninja Scroll Record of Lodoss War (#1-#6)
    Record of Lodoss War - A New Legend Begins Rurouni Kenshin (Episodes 1-4) Rurouni Kenshin: Battle in the Moonlight (Episodes 5-8)
    Rurouni Kenshin: The Shadow Elite (Episodes 9-12) Rurouni Kenshin: The False Prophet (Episodes 13-17) Rurouni Kenshin: Renegade Samurai (Episodes 18-22)
    Rurouni Kenshin: The Flames of Revolution (Episodes 23-27) Rurouni Kenshin: Ice Blue Eyes (Episodes 32-35) Rurouni Kenshin: Heart of the Sword (Episodes 36-39)
    Rurouni Kenshin: Between Life and Death (Episodes 40-43) Rurouni Kenshin: Blind Justice (Episodes 48-52) Rurouni Kenshin: Fire Requiem (Episodes 58-62)
    Sword for Truth Sword for Truth Urotsukidoji - Legend of the Overfiend (#1 & #2)
    Wrath of the Ninja

    Movie Formats:
    DVD VHS Tape


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    Comedy

    Comedy Films
    American Pie American Pie II Austin Powers - The Spy who Shagged Me
    Beverly Hills Ninja Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
    Blast from the Past Blue Streak Born in East LA
    Legally Blonde Life of Bryan Meet the Parents
    Monty Python & The Quest for the Holy Grail O Brother Where Art Thou Office Space
    The Big Hit The Cannonball Run The Gods Must Be Crazy
    The Princess Diaries There's Something About Mary UHF

    Movie Formats:
    DVD VHS Tape


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    Martial Arts

    I have several martial arts films and in order to categorize them properly, I've organized them by performer.

    Jackie Chan

    Jackie Chan is one of the most popular martial artists today. I saw my first Jackie Chan movie, Project A, sometime in 1986 if I recall correctly. Since then, I've always been a fan!
    Crime Story Dragon Fist Fearless Hyena -I
    Fearless Hyena - II First Strike First Strike
    Gorgeous Half a Loaf of Kung-fu Legend of the Drunken Master
    Miracles Mr. Nice Guy My Lucky Stars
    New Fist of Fury Operation Condor Operation Condor II - The Armour of God
    Project A - I Project A - II Rumble in the Bronx
    Rush Hour Rush Hour - II Shanghai Noon
    Snake Fist Fighter Snake in the Eagle's Shadow Spiritual Kung-fu
    Supercop The Killer Meteors The Prisoner
    The Protector To kill with Intrigue Twin Dragons
    Who am I

    Movie Formats:
    DVD VHS Tape

    Other Artists

    My first martial arts movie was 36th Chamber of Shaolin starring Gordon Liu. There are other stars such as Sammo Hung, who have starred along with Jackie Chan in some of the movies above, but they have also starred in their own movies. Here's a list of the other martial art movies that I own.
    36th Chamber of Shaolin (Gordon Liu) Enter The Fat Dragon (Sammo Hung) Kung Fu for Sale
    Once Upon a Time in China II (Jet Li) Once Upon a Time in China III (Jet Li) Romeo Must Die (Jet Li)
    Shaolin Kung-fu vs. Ninja Fist of the White Lotus (Gordon Liu) Snake in the Monkey's Shadow
    The Drunken Master (Gordon Liu) The Millionares Express (Sammo Hung) The Replacement Killers (Chow Yun Fat)
    The Shaolin Temple (Jet Li) The Streetfighter (Sonny Chiba) They Call Me Phat Dragon (Sammo Hung)

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    DVD VHS Tape


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    James Bond

    James Bond is probably the most famous spy character in the world. Created by Ian Fleming in the 1950s, he has been potrayed in a number of movies, by a variety of stars. This list is now just a set of titles. Later, I shall incorporate the names of the stars and the leading ladies.
    For Your Eyes Only Goldeneye Goldfinger
    License to Kill Live and Let Die Never Say Never Again
    Octopussy On Her Majesty's Secret Service The World is Not Enough
    Thunderball Tomorrow Never Dies

    Movie Formats:
    DVD VHS Tape


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    Other Movies

    This is a list of movies that I simply couldn't classify anywhere else.
    Charlie's Angels Cruel Intentions Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone
    Lord of the Rings Mad Max Matrix
    Ocean's Eleven Porky's and Porky's II: The Next Day Quills
    Scream Shrek Star Wars Episode I
    The Blair Witch Project The Matrix The Thirteenth Warrior
    Wild Wild West X-Men Eric Clapton Unplugged
    Pushpak Cricket Classics

    Movie Formats:
    DVD VHS Tape


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