Fighting sequences and drama of the famed martial arts icon grace this biopic as he goes from Hong Kong, to studying at the University of Washington in Seattle, to California, and the beginnings of his Hollywood career. As he continues his film career after his return to Hong Kong, the many fight challenges to him are featured from Thailand to Italy. Bruce’s family is briefly featured along with his real life long best friend Little Unicorn (who portrays himself). While liberties have been taken (as in any biopic), this is a chronologically correct depiction of his rise-to-fame to his untimely demise.
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User Reviews: I got this movie on a dvd, along with three other Bruce Lee tribute movies, for about $2.50 each. This one beat the lot of them. It has amazing action scenes and lots of em. There were some confusing excercise machines that were shown, but overall it was a good movie. Bruce Li actually did a good job of acting in his part, it was certainly believable (the acting not the plot). If you can find this you have to watch it!
I give it 7/10