The Life of Bruce Lee

The Life of Bruce Lee

Documentary about martial arts actor Bruce Lee, from his birth in 1940 till his death in 1973, with interviews with his fellow actors and family. Dedicated to his son, Brandon.

Documentary about martial arts actor Bruce Lee, from his birth in 1940 till his death in 1973, with interviews with his fellow actors and family. Dedicated to his son, Brandon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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JuanKa P (br) wrote: Un hombre divorciado, Len (Guillermo Francella) intentar enamorar a la mujer de sus sueos, Ivana (Julieta Daz). Ella es alta y el mide menos de 1.60. Pero a pesar de ello muestra mucha seguridad, confianza y carisma. Sern suficiente para conquistar a Ivana??

Eliabeth R (ag) wrote: Pelicula con un tema que pudo haber sido mucho mejor, desenlace absurdo y final ilgico, donde la prostitucin masculina es el eje de la pelcula y es "aceptada" por el resto de los personajes

Adrian B (au) wrote: Definitely avoid - only good thing about this is the girls with the British accent.

Simon D (de) wrote: Not too bad, quite funny and a bit quirky in places. Carries quite a strong message too, which is always good.

Natalie O (us) wrote: Almost exactly like the book which isn't a great thing because while I enjoyed and admired many things about the story, the tone changed too sharply and was too slow paced.A good jobfor a first time director though

Joe L (jp) wrote: A very different way to go for Miike in this movie. It's all about the drama and unraveling the mystery of 9 separate people involved in two unrelated crimes. No one is really who they seem and the story presents all kinds of elements of love, revenge, and protecting one's family no matter what. The film was very clever and I was happy how the film was handled. Who is really good or bad you will just have to watch to find out...

intuciic (mx) wrote: sick and disturbing movie about insane girl. all people have defects, but to let them ruin all your life?! thats insane.. well.. mother of the girl was first step for her to go insane..

Jake P (us) wrote: It looks & feels like a made-for-cable movie & you know what that's ok because it is. Halloweentown isn't challenging or well acted but it supplies lots of silly fun.

April W (au) wrote: Awesome movie. Probably one of the few that I thought Foster did a good job in. I'd recommend it to anyone!

Sam M (es) wrote: Singing. Assholes. WHAT.

John H (gb) wrote: I saw this film when I was rather young. It made something of an impression on me. Anyone that likes the idea of Christopher Lee singing a musical number penned by Richard O'Brien will LOVE it.

Kunst J (de) wrote: Electra Glide in Blue is a film I saw when I was a kid that always stuck in my mind. The story is about Vietnam Vet Johnny Wintergreen (Robert Blake), a motorcycle cop, who spends his days patrolling the roads of rural Arizona on his Harley Davidson Electra Glide. Wintergreen is a good cop who does things by the book and this is shown when he refuses to let off a fellow cop for speeding. However, unlike his lazy partner "Zipper", who spends as much time as he can reading comic books in the shade, Wintergreen has ambition and wants to be promoted to the Homicide Squad. He gets his chance to get his foot in the door when he comes across an apparent case of suicide. Unlike the coroner, Wintergreen is convinced that it's a murder. Later on detective Harve Poole from the Homicide Squad arrives and agrees with Wintergreen. He calls for an autopsy. The autopsy confirms Wintergreen's hunch, so Poole invites Wintergreen to be his driver and assist him with the murder investigation. Initially Wintergreen is ecstatic at what he sees as a life changing opportunity, but he gradually becomes disillusioned by the corrupt methods and flawed personality of Poole. Although the film revolves around a murder investigation it's predominantly a character piece. But the story still crackles along a good pace and there aren't any flat spots. The cinematography was a feature with the exterior scenes being shot like a western with plenty of coloured saturated shots of the Arizona desert and rolling clouds etc. The interior shots looked more 70s experimental. The soundtrack was also very solid which should be no surprise as director James William Guercio was a musician and a producer by trade(he produced Chicago's first seven albums) But what is surprising is that this is the only film Guerico ever made. He must have decided to focus on his music. Apparently the film received a very hostile reaction at the 1973 Canne Film Festival with some people branding it fascist. I've also heard it described as conservative America's response to Easy Rider and there's one amusing scene where Wintergreen is using an Easy Rider poster for target practice. Personally I didn't find it fascist and apparently the film was fairly well received upon its wider release. If you enjoy classic films from the 70s you'll enjoy this. Also, lookout for the the final shot of the final scene, it's a beauty and one that'll stick with you.

Nick B (jp) wrote: I enjoy movies where someone is underestimated but shows everyone his worth. I don't know why everyone is hating on this movie. I thought it was really good. Maybe it's just another case of the blind leading the blind.