whether they're more realistic fight scenes like the 7 samurai or ridiculously unrealistic like Star Wars is up to you
let's start things off with one of my favorites
PS: it starts around 3:30 btw
ENFP: We put the Fi in Fire
Motivation: Dark Worker
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
MTG Color: black/red
Male Archtype: King/Lover
"You are a gay version of Gambit" Speed Gavroche
"I wish that I could be affected by any hate, but I can't, cuz I just get affected by the bank" Chamillionaire
Zatoichi without a shadow of a doubt, I believe, wildly unrealistic that any of the swordsmanship was feasible, let alone for a blind man but some seriously great depictions of the "drawing of the sword" techniques and single stroke kills of Samuari lore.
I dont know if that would even be possible, I know very little about Katanas but some of the legends of single stroke kills or beheadings sound like western sword "blessed blade" legends or myths, I've seen executioners beheading swords in museams and they are different, larger, heavier swords to regular swords or broadswords or even cavalry swords in order to make the cut possible, virtually with the weight of an axe.
The actual sword which is meant to be the best infantry weapon is the Roman soldier's short sword because it is a stabbing weapon as opposed to one which works with killing or maiming strokes or its edge.
I think the recent one in that movie Troy was good (between Achilles and Hector). Some of the moves were taken from middle ages era documents, but it's one of the few movies I've seen that displays how much prowess there is (with shields) in western martial arts. Most movies just use shields for guarding. The movie itself is kind of weak though.