The truth behind the mysterious death of Bruce Lee is exposed in this documentary that includes accounts by people who were present at the time of Lee's premature death. Features never-before-seen exclusive footage of Bruce Lee. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Death by Misadventure: The Mysterious Life of Bruce Lee
Death by Misadventure: The Mysterious Life of Bruce Lee exposes the truth behind Lee's death and the cover-up that ensued.
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Matt S (us) wrote: Disappointed. Think he's hilarious but this was a let down.
Quincy T (it) wrote: Tony Jaa is undeniably one of the best action stars we have today. His stunt is mercilessly violent, delivering each devastating blow with pinpoint accuracy. The main reason The Protector 2 is such a letdown is because the film lacks the usual crisp stunts, then replaces them with a lot of CG and poorly made 3D effect. The plot is abysmal, not that most of his work offer complex story anyway, but with less than stellar action, it's harder to overlook the faults in narrative.Story follows Kham (Tony Jaa) as he tries to rescue his elephant buddy once again, but this time he's involved in illegal fighting ring, a murder investigation and a conspiracy to throw nations into war. There is so much going on without any decent explanation. People are literally popping out of nowhere, it has no start up or careful development of any kind. This is almost like a flash mob, but instead of dancing they just fight randomly.Many sequences are dubious, there is barely any transition between a scene and the next one. Kham might run in rooftops, climbing buildings, and then suddenly fighting thugs in a warehouse of some sort. It's simply not coherent enough to establish foundation for solid storyline. Characters are strictly shallow, an unfortunate misuse of RZA and Yanin "Jeeja" Vismitananda (Chocolate). With them in the cast, the characterization could have had more range, but director Prachya Pinkaew didn't capitalize the actors efficiently. Fight scenes are sadly watered down with CGI. Some wire stunts are acceptable, but there is considerably more special effect in play. Granted, CGI will ensure less injury since they deal with dangerous hardwares, but this is not the direction Tony Jaa movie should go as his main selling point is the brutal unadulterated fist of face contact. Instead the movie goes to unimpressive 3D effect of throwing projectile into the screen, it is the farthest thing from improvement. Some acts are even borderline unintentionally funny.Nevertheless, the fight is still top-notch and better than most action films, however that alone will not be enough to overcome its many horrible flaws.
Matthew T (gb) wrote: I suppose you can't blame them for over-selling the Conchords cameos (each essentially playing their usual characters, especially Murray!), but when it comes down to it this is a pretty flimsy possibly-comedy possibly-psychological thriller from New Zealand. Which is a shame, the script especially letting down both the genuinely creepy ghost effects and the bloodlessly chilling performance of Suze Tye as the Ratchedesque nurse. Not even one for The Fanbase.
Jimmy C (ag) wrote: Un film sensible, touchant et surtout bnficiant d'extraordinaires performances en plus d'une mise en scne exceptionnelle. Magnifi en silences et en non-dit on se laisse aller, encore plus lorsque la musique frappe l'unisson.
David A (ag) wrote: Ron Eldard (Black Hawk Down) plays Thomas (Mr.) Archer whose son is killed and wife brutalized. Suddenly, the detective working his case says he has been re-assigned and the case will be dropped (??!!!). The cop gives Mr. Archer a card to see a therapist (Christopher Plummer). Instantly, I smelled "set up." And so it went, the entire film filled with flashbacks in order to let us know what happened to place Mr. Archer in his present circumstance. A circumstance that opens with scenes ala Hostel! In the process of slowly torturing the captured (by off-duty cops frustrated with the justice system, duh!) killer (Ron Eldard) Mr. Archer discovers it may be the wrong man. The remainder of the film has the 2 team up to defeat the bad cops and discover their high tech operation wherein they see pix that prove this was all a setup in order to get Mr. Archer's money. Lo and behold, guess who is really behind all of this? Well, I have already given away too much. This film is suspenseful but full of "plot" holes throughout, expecially during the "chase" where weapons that are confiscated when run out of bullets, mysterious extra clips show up out of nowhere and when a group of cops discover another cops dead body, instead of speeding up the chase, actually stop long enough for the "good guys" to make it through several scenes. Another scene where our heroes wander around in a semi-lit room for what seems like forever and we are given the impression that they have reached a dead end when suddenly, after what seems to be at least an hour, they simply wander out another door! 3 stars only for the suspense of wondering whether or not they were going to get out of there alive or kill each other trying to do so.
Regena P (it) wrote: Juhi Chawla and Hrithik Roshan?! I'm there!
Adam R (es) wrote: Despite lots of crude content it has an unlikely charm. You can't deny it, everyone wants a piece of the Stifmeister. (First viewing - Late teen years)
Andrew B (es) wrote: Seriously, not good Mamet...seriously. I like William Macy, but sometimes he can come off a little aloof and cartoony, like old films can often be - that's the case here. Debra Eisenstadt couldn't be more terrible if she tried. Her last line, "Yes, that's right" is a horrible tack-on for this adaptation. Really the biggest faults are in the script and if it the subject matter hadn't been such a hot-button at the time, it wouldn't have been translated to the screen. And God, how many more forced interruptions and stutterings can one script contain?
Steve W (jp) wrote: Solid cast but not a very good story or plot. Basically a british man who takes in delinquents is murdered buy a corrupt cattleman, and his charges decided to go after for revenge, with lots of killing. There are occasional moments, but its a fleeting western with not much that is memorable.
Bene F (br) wrote: the most intensive movie i watched in years, maybe ever... so real, so dramatic, so deeply touching... direction and acting are beautiful, it's a true masterpiece of movie history...