I'd have to say Fearless, I liked it because how it related to the Martial Arts community should not be as divided as it is or has been for all these years just like how China was not unified as a country all those years ago.
Of course we as Martial Artists should have pride in the disciplines we study, but to say "which one is better" or "this discipline's better than that discipline" is just being arrogant and stupid by showing ignorance.
And Jet Li's portrayal of the Chinese folk Hero of Huo YuenJia was great.
I also liked how he doesn't make any preference to or makes jabs to any Martial Art but rather how he sees the benefits to (as well as from) all the disciplines and recognizes that it's the individual person and not the art or discipline that determines how a fight will end.
this is especially good during the "Tea scene" where Huo YuenJia and the Japanese fighter are conversating over the different types of tea, and Huo Yuen Jia says that the difference between the Martial Arts are no different than the different types of Teas that a person may drink, there're none better than another and it's all dependant upon the individual and what they want out of it.
some are sweet, some are bitter, some relax, while others pick up the persons energy and mood, it all depends on the person and what they want whether it's to relax or be more focused.
I also like the 180 degree turn that his character made from the arrogant and brash person he was in the first part of the movie to the humble and calm person he became later.
I think that this movie should define what Martial Arts is and has been all about from the beginning.
and it has some great action scenes in it as well, really well thought out not just for the sake of action, but for the telling of the story as well.
in my book it's the best movie that defines what the Martial Arts is as a whole since the Karate Kid.
15yr student and assistant instructor of Martial Arts, Tang Soo Do and Hapkido