Collider contrasted this with the period from 2000 to 2011 when "Rush Hour 2," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "The Karate Kid" and the two "Kill Bill" movies all topped the $180 million mark, though it's probably a stretch to list "Rush Hour 2" and the "Kill Bills" as true "martial arts movies." Nevertheless, Collider says the surprise success of this year's Michelle Yeoh martial arts comedy/fantasy romp "Everything Everywhere All at Once," which they list as earning $97 million, though other reports have it surpassing $100 million, may be a sign martial arts films aren't done for just yet.
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