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Brotherhood of the Wolf was pretty cool. Mark Dacoscas is excellent. He was also very good in Only the Strong, the only film I've seen about capoeira.
I enjoyed brotherhood of the wolf. I personally think it was a very good film.
I also like Mark Dacoscas in the crying freeman.

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Sukiyaki Western Django.

Best martial arts movie ever.

And what shoulder, & what art. Could twist the sinews of thy heart?
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Brotherhood of the Wolf was pretty cool. Mark Dacoscas is excellent. He was also very good in Only the Strong, the only film I've seen about capoeira.
I remember not liking that movie for some reason. Might be worth a second look, though.
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