Found at least 250 reviews matching “Young Bruce Lee”

  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Cheeks DaBelly

    Cheeks DaBelly ★★★

    Movies about Bruce Lee that I have seen = 1
    Movies actually starring Bruce Lee that I have seen = 0

  • Ip Man

    Ip Man

    Josh S

    Josh S ★★★½

    Ip man Bruce Leeed before Bruce Lee could Bruce Lee

  • Be Water

    Be Water

    patnorton

    patnorton ★★★

    30 for 30s always hit. i didnt know much about bruce lee so this was cool to see. sad that he died so young could have had a much greater impact on the film industry.

  • Bruce Lee, My Brother

    Bruce Lee, My Brother

    Mike

    Mike ★★★½

    As a Bruce Lee fan I had to watch this movie. The movie tells you the life of Bruce Lee before he went to the USA. Nice filmed and the story is interesting. It's funny to see how he got his name 'Bruce'.
    You can't compare this movie to the 'real' Bruce Lee movies, but if you're a fan you'll like it.

  • Game of Death

    Game of Death

    The debate on whether or not this movie should have been made will always exist, but despite the story problems, I'm glad the final footage of Bruce Lee fights made it to the big screen. I mean how could Bruce Lee fighting Kareem Abdul-Jabar ever stay in a vault?

    Article on the films of Bruce Lee

    Watched on Criterion Bluray (Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits set) from my collection.

    BRUCE LEE RANKED

  • Bruce, King of Kung Fu

    Bruce, King of Kung Fu

    Steven Millan

    Steven Millan ★★★

    Brucploitation icon Bruce Le(THE CLONES OF BRUCE LEE,PIECES,BRUCE'S DEADLY FINGERS) took the co-directing chores(alongside fellow director[and the film's scriptwriter] Darve Lau[A FILE OF HEROES,DRAGON AND TIGER]) for this Chinese feature that looks at the earlier years of Bruce Lee when he was in his late teens as he and his friends get into fights with various gangs while he undertakes learning both the Wing Chun form martial arts and the Snake Fist form martial arts,both of which are essential in…

  • The Big Boss

    The Big Boss

    The movie that put Bruce Lee on the map. Didn't expect the tonal shifts, and quite a bit bloodier than I assumed it would be. Not Bruce's finest, but a solid start.

    Article on the films of Bruce Lee

    Watched on Criterion Bluray (Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits set) from my collection.

    BRUCE LEE RANKED

  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Anthony Delyea

    Anthony Delyea ★★★★★

    Dragon is an amazing movie that really shows the badass side and the soft side of Bruce Lee. For me growing up, Jason Scott Lee was Bruce Lee. His performance to this day is still amazing. Bruce Lee was a martial artists made actor, Jason was an actor who flawlessly portrayed years of martial arts experience. Such an emotional, entertaining, and enlightening film.

  • Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend

    Bruce Lee: The Man and the Legend

    Richard Doyle

    Richard Doyle ★★★

    A documentary about Bruce Lee made in Hong Kong very shortly after his death. It starts with footage of his funeral, which is kind of fascinating since a very young Sammo Hung, Bolo Yeung and George Lazenby all show up. It then, pretty understandably, focuses more on his life in Hong Kong than his time in the States, which is an interesting shift in perspective from most docs on Lee. It falters pretty badly when it comes to covering his…

  • Birth of the Dragon

    Birth of the Dragon

    Matt Jones

    Matt Jones ★★½

    This loose biopic from The Adjustment Bureau director George Nolfi centres around a real-life legendary fight for a pre-fame Bruce Lee in mid-1960s San Francisco. When kung fu master Wong Jack Man (Yu Xia) makes a pilgrimage from China, Steve McKee (Billy Magnussen), a student at Bruce Lee’s (Philip Ng) martial arts academy, invites him to watch Lee in action, setting the stage for their confrontation. They also become involved with a gang of criminals who are controlling young women…

  • Fist of Fury

    Fist of Fury

    Dhwani

    Dhwani ★★★★★

    So what do I love about this movie-
    1. Bruce Lee fighting shirtless when there is no need to, but I am very grateful.
    2. Bruce Lee in glasses.
    3. Bruce Lee being a soft boi in love. And talking about having kids.
    4. Bruce Lee's almost dimples.
    5. Bruce Lee in the last shot.

    Ughh, this is unimaginable, I didn't know my heart had the space to fit one more crush but here it is.

  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Sridath Balleda

    Sridath Balleda ★★★½

    Jason scott lee just lived in Bruce lee role 🙏

  • Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Chris Gelderd

    Chris Gelderd ★★★

    Directed by Rob Cohen, this is a semi biographical martial arts film telling the story of actor and martial arts expert Bruce Lee, starring Jason Scott Lee as Bruce Lee and Lauren Holly as Linda Emery, his wife.

    As stories go, this is a nice mix of drama, action and romance telling the story of a young Bruce Lee and his troubles faced a child in Hong Kong before moving to his birthplace of San Francisco in America to make…

  • The Clones of Bruce Lee

    The Clones of Bruce Lee

    Phil Sternwise

    Phil Sternwise ★★½

    Because at that very time, there were many 'clones' of Bruce Lee trying to cash in on a similar name... Bruce Le... Bruce Li... Bruce Lai... Bruce Lei... yeah, you get it...

  • The Big Boss

    The Big Boss

    Ken Scheck

    Ken Scheck ★★★½

    This Bruce Lee-lead Kung Fu movie is pretty good. In it Lee stars as a young Chinese man who moves in with his Uncle in Thailand, and gets a job at an ice factor which is actually a front for a drug running business. 

    People get upset when their coworkers go missing (as they had found out about the drugs and were killed), and riots break out...which lead to Lee's character (who promised his mother he would stay out of…

  • Enter the Dragon

    Enter the Dragon

    lepetit_vale

    lepetit_vale ★★★½

    A martial art/Kung Fu classic with the legendary Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee plays a spy that is set to infiltrate Han's island. The fighting scenes are pretty awesome. Bruce Lee was a total badass. The soundtrack in the movie is pretty cool too. This film cemented Bruce Lee as one of the greatest and coolest phenomenal martial artist.

  • Death by Misadventure: The Mysterious Life of Bruce Lee

    Death by Misadventure: The Mysterious Life of Bruce Lee

    Michael_Elliott

    Michael_Elliott ★★★½

    Well-detailed documentary about the life and career of Bruce Lee, which also takes a look at his death as well as the various Bruceploitation movies that came after it.

    DEATH BY MISADVENTURE: THE MYSTERIOUS LIFE OF BRUCE LEE is actually a pretty good documentary that covers quite a bit of Lee's life through interviews he gave. We learn all of the typical stuff that is shown in these films but this one here is pretty detailed. This includes quite a…

  • The Big Boss

    The Big Boss

    Paul Griffin

    Paul Griffin ★★½

    Bruce Lee's first of his 5 major movies.

    When the main draw of a Bruce Lee movie is Bruce Lee being a badass fight man, but then he doesn't fight until 50 minutes into a 1hr30 movie, you've got problems. Then when he did, he didn't even use the nunchucks, and that's his best bit.

    Random thoughts while watching:

    ONE MAN just boxed, kicked and chopped FOUR MEN
    AND IT WASNT BRUCE LEE
    OH MAH GAWD

    im 40 minutes into…

  • The Way of the Dragon

    The Way of the Dragon

    A very stylish and entertaining film from Bruce Lee that pits a man from Hong Kong trying to help a young woman deal with a mob syndicate in Rome that culminates in an awesome showdown with Motherfuckin' Chuck Fuckin' Norris.

  • Bruce Lee and the Outlaw

    Bruce Lee and the Outlaw

    Matt Thomas

    Matt Thomas ★★★½

    Difficult to watch at times as we see how life on the (and under) the streets can be - particularly for the young boy. His drug dependancy and emaciated body are hard truths but at least there seems to be a glimmer of hope towards the end.