How Bruce Lee Changed the World

How Bruce Lee Changed the World

More than just a biography, this film explores Bruce Lee's global impact to see how he has influenced all areas of popular culture including fitness, cinema, music, sport, dance, video games and philosophy. A journey across the United States, Asia and Europe, takes Shannon Lee on a trip back to her father's roots in Hong Kong and China. With unique access to the family's photographic archive, home movies and all material owned by the Bruce Lee Foundation.

More than just a biography, this film explores Bruce Lee's global impact to see how he has influenced all areas of popular culture including fitness, cinema, music, sport, dance, video ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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TaRaysha S (mx) wrote: Gritty look at rich suburbinite kids.

Becky L (es) wrote: Another quality film to ring in the New Year. Really disappointed there won't be a sequel.

Kevin M W (fr) wrote: An average fantasy but: sweeping photography of panoramic vistas aplenty, a collection of ghosts adding Greek chorus commentary about the action, and Michelle Pfieffer's glorious head witch.

Todd E (ag) wrote: Entertaining little supernatural thriller, although the laughable ghost makeup sometimes took me out of it.

Lorne N (ca) wrote: Not as severely bad as I first anticipated. The acting was lacking. The plot has been done before. There was nothing unique about this movie. I can't exactly figure out why someone made this movie in the first place. It is nothing but a low budget recycling of cinematic past. There was only a little emotional struggling and the most Hollywood aspect of the entire movie was the fact that an underage teen fucked a supermodel (of age). I guess the only thing this movie teaches us is people will do anything for a dying kid's last wish.

Matt S (fr) wrote: Charlotte is lovely in this fictionalized account of her then relationship with director Yvan Attal. At times it feels very much like a French version of a Woody Allen movie.

Igor A (ru) wrote: remek delo! remek delo!

Coxxie M (kr) wrote: fascinating, original black comedy that jump started the careers of superstar Paulina Porizkova(Intern, female perversions) and a-list director Skip Woods (Thursday). needless to say this is a very funny black comedy that is not only fascinating, but original. Also known as the film that influenced QuentinTarantino to write Pulp Fiction!

Blood R (es) wrote: Great for the weird people! This will blow your mind with beautiful scenery and music. It has weird scenes and yet they will not make sense to you. Most of the music is soothing. This is great if you are a weird one like me.

chris w (jp) wrote: the best tarantino film to date, 2017!

Vtor M (br) wrote: uma obra prima de Wim Wenders

Adam R (au) wrote: (First and only viewing - 12/2/2009)

Y S (mx) wrote: before political correctness ruined a ton of jokes

Jed D (au) wrote: "I loved it!" Charles Bronson, never seems to disappoint.

Vincent G (de) wrote: Kenji mizoguchi's masterpiece. mizoguchi's emotional,political centered drama film is without doubt a pure example of the human condition sub-genre in film,corruption and drama. The performances are outstanding,touching and realistic (mizoguchi's usually used non-professional actors for his films). Miizoguchi's Sansho its a beautiful film.

Ian B (fr) wrote: Brian De Palma's obsession with all things Hitchcock continues. Psycho was the obvious influence on Dressed to Kill, but this time De Palma decided to throw a handful of Hitchcock films into the mix. Body Double is essentially a trashy take on Rear Window, with bits of Vertigo and Frenzy thrown in for the hell of it. The story revolves around a claustrophobic actor who sees his beautiful neighbour murdered while spying on her from his apartment. Of course, not everything is as it seems. On the one hand, Body Double is an extremely stylish thriller about obsession, repression and 80's excess. It takes shots at mainstream Hollywood, the MTV generation, and Regan-era America. On the other hand, it's a sleazy, predictable T&A flick with endless plot holes and a sluggish pace. This movie could be the very definition of style over substance. The camerawork is magnificent, Pino Donaggio's score is wonderfully hypnotic, Craig Wasson and Melanie Griffith give terrific performances, and De Palma proves once again why he's a master at manipulating his audience. The other obvious highlight being Frankie Goes to Hollywood's 'Relax' music video actually being apart of the movie. All of my problems with the film come from the nonsensical script. It's a shame such brilliant technical work and great acting is constantly dragged down by one of the most bland and predictable scripts imaginable. Still, the movie is so bizarre and daring that it's definitely worth checking out for yourself.

Mark A (kr) wrote: I loved this movie. It is very sweet. Josh Radnor and Kate Mara are very charming and lovable. Malin Akerman as Annie is the kind of girl you fall for.

Johnny B (fr) wrote: I liked the book better.

Zack B (nl) wrote: Lots of fun with dazzling effects for its time.

John S (de) wrote: Disappointing, simplistic, contrived....and even borderline stupid. Expect much more of Binoche. I guess after a scintillatingly charming performance such as in Chocolat, it can't help but be downhill, in large part because of very poor writing. Give it a D+.