Fist of Fear, Touch of Death
A reporter interviews fighters and promoters about Bruce Lee, intercut with footage from old Bruce Lee films and pseudo-documentary footage.
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Derek B (mx) wrote: This movie ranks among the worst movies I have ever seen. I honestly believe that everybody involved in this film should be denied entry into Heaven for their involvement in this film. The acting in this film makes a middle school play look like Broadway and the plot is just a complete piece of crap. I think one of the things that made me the most angry is the fact that the "lake" in this movie is a pond that looked like it was dug for a sewage treatment center. When your movie that centers around a motel at a lake can't even afford to go shoot on location at a lake, then maybe you need to reconsider what it is your doing. If you like the inbred torture gore genre then you would be better off watching "The Hills Have Eyes" or something in that ball park, but anybody who actually watches this movie and actually likes it is obviously a moron. Don't waste your time or money. In fact if you even think about watching this movie, smack yourself in the face with a hammer because it's about the same in pain level.
Vasco M (it) wrote: Having seen the Anime beforehand, I struggle to see this film as a standalone feature. HAVING seen the Anime though, I know that it's still way better than this live-action counterpart.
nono g (ag) wrote: it was amesing movie
Lewis E (es) wrote: Flipping the script and placing vampires as the dominant species was a creative concept. 'Daybreakers' introduces this futuristic sci-fi horror setting very well, appearing original despite the abundance of vampire movies in the last decade. However, it fails to build upon the originality any further by reverting to generic, straight-forward plot details the rest of the way through. Even with the OTT gore, there was a general failure to deliver entertaining conflict, of both the physical and moral kind, while in addition a lot of characters and their relationships lacked emotional conviction, especially the father/daughter plot with the villain. The idea was solid and it was good how they depicted vampires displaying human tendencies to balance their blood-sucking urges. Nonetheless, 'Daybreakers' was going to struggle to survive on a narrative which started to deteriorate more quickly than vampires in sunlight.
Andrew H (nl) wrote: I thought this was great. For a movie about a guy who's pretty much insane, it's really sentimental. They needed each other, and amidst all the frustration and anxiety, they cared for each other. Burden of Dreams only briefly touches the subject of directing Klaus, but this goes way more in depth. He was a necessity to Herzog. And they played off each other well, whether they enjoyed it or not.
Cynthia S (it) wrote: This was really good. Li Gong is recognizable from Hero (she's actually been in a lot of things). The scenes of mourning are painful to watch, because it is so real and honest. If you enjoyed other works by this director, (Hero, House of Flying Daggers and Curse of The Golden Flower being the most famous) you will probably enjoy this....no martial arts, however. This is a moving drama with some interesting history. Well done film.
Colin H (br) wrote: The only movie I can think of where the main villains have ping-pong ball eyes, very funny.