The Real Bruce Lee

The Real Bruce Lee

The Real Bruce Lee is a martial arts documentary. It begins with a brief biography of Bruce Lee, and shows scenes from four of his childhood films, Bad Boy, Orphan Sam, Kid Cheung, and The Carnival, each sepia-toned and dubbed to English. Next, there is a three-minute highlight reel of Lee imitator Bruce Li. Finally, there is a feature-length film starring Lee imitator Dragon Lee, which is obviously modeled after Bruce Lee's Fist of Fury.

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Karen A (jp) wrote: My kids love the books and films of Diary of a wimpy kid, they have enough appeal to entertain a 7 year old and a 12 year old.

Isaac C (ag) wrote: Somehow a movie made in 2005 managed to look like a made-for-T.V movie from 1990

Jamie E (br) wrote: This was the most ridiculous piece of crap movie. The aliens were stupid and the acting was horrible.....what a waste of an hour and a half of my life.

Budge B (gb) wrote: Argentinian director Lucrecia Martel established herself with her first film "La Cinaga" ("The Swamp") in 2001. "La Nina Santa" ("The Holy Girl") was her second feature, and a 2004 Cannes Film Festival entry. Set in the town of La Cinaga, Amalia (Maria Alche) lives with her glamorous, divorcee mother, who runs a slightly seedy hotel, currently occupied by doctors attending a medical conference. One of the doctors makes a lewd advance while Amalia is watching a musician in the street. Initially shocked, Amelia proceeds to stalk him, uncertain whether she hopes to save his soul or inflame her own body, caught in a confusing web of frustration, desire, and anticipation, never sure whether she is erring on the side of sin or vocational service.The tale of teenagers is set against a background of instruction in the Catholic faith and her teacher's efforts to inspire Amalia and her friends with religious fervour and a vocation to save others from sin. Martel describes her film as one which explores good and evil - not the battle between them, but the difficulty distinguishing one from the other. The teacher doubtless believes she is doing good, but her teaching is claustrophobic and corruptingly sanctimonious. Martel has also commented that there are comparisons between medicine and holiness - both can lead to good, both can corrupt.It's a slow-paced, atmospheric film, stripped of glamour, oppressively naturalistic in its representation of adolescence, and bluntly uncritical of the religious straitjacket created for the young women. Martel makes no moral judgements but lets the narrative play along. The viewer can judge. This is not an optimistic film, it does not conclude with some reassuring recognition that Amalia and her best friend will find happiness. Instead, they are left floating in the pool, destined to drift down the days until they can reach some conclusion or more likely just drift. They will be expected to play the roles of wife, mother, divorcee, object and have proscribed their own desires.It's a watchable, entertaining film, comic in places, well-performed, but not one which will necessarily find a place in your list of favourites. It can be depressing and pessimistic in tone. "La Nina Santa" has won a deal of critical acclaim. It is a good, thought-provoking film, well worth a watch, but it is not an electrifying one.

Eric G (us) wrote: Um, yeah. It sucks.

Adam D (gb) wrote: A collection of shorts, Lynch's is interesting but a little preconcieved

George H (au) wrote: A nicely plotted, well acted, often funny and sometimes even poignant comedy-drama about a kid who inherits and manages a baseball team. Lots of laughs and good baseball footage. My 7 year old enjoyed it thoroughly and so did I! i don't understand the poor reviews.

Ian S (ag) wrote: I've seen worse - only slightly worse.

R S (kr) wrote: Cheesy 80's sci-fi. I kept waiting for the Ninja Turtles to show up...

Russell H (ru) wrote: Joe Pesci makes this one funnier and slightly better than the first.

The N (br) wrote: payasos tan horribles...

Trevor S (au) wrote: Good farce on the news room media! Burt and Chris are very good in this movie. Worth watching if nothing else to do.

Michael P (it) wrote: There are some pretty hilarious scenes in this film.

Joshua B (es) wrote: Even though slow paced, the visuals made up for it. A beautiful and watchable film.