They Call Me Bruce?

They Call Me Bruce?

Get set for all the zany fun in this hilarious comedy about an Asian immigrant that everyone calls "Bruce", because of his resemblance to the legendary Bruce Lee. Bruce unknowingly works as cook for the Mob and is duped into making deliveries of "Chinese Flour"-which is really cocaine-all across the U.S.

A goofy Korean finds his life hopelessly complicated with people continually confusing him with Bruce Lee. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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They Call Me Bruce? torrent reviews

Nick M (ru) wrote: Nonsensical, stupid... but completely harmless. Good for background noise while doing something more important. Some giggles here and there.

Norma D (gb) wrote: lol. seems potentially funny?

Thomas B (gb) wrote: A weird kinda movie about a paramedic and his fatiguing job. ( Directed by Scorsese )

Private U (mx) wrote: you've got to see it

Adam B (es) wrote: Cheech and Chong play themselves, and two Arabs, in this surprsingly nutty comedy about a pair of idiots and a pair of asassins trying to get found in the deserts of Nevada and California. Actually just viewed again on cable. It's pretty funny because of offensive stereotypes of Mexican Americans and Arabs, This movie could not be made today.

Elise S (ag) wrote: Nice detective story starring Paul Newman as the sardonic private eye Lew Harper. Funny at times and enjoyable too.

Jeff Z (it) wrote: This film kicks butt. Director Phil Karlson is in top form putting together a noir delight on a shoestring budget. John Payne is in top form and is well supported by Neville Brand, Lee Van Cleef, Jack Elam and Dona Drake. Enjoyable from beginning to end. How is it I've never seen this before?

Ryan G (ca) wrote: Film Noir needs city lights, and an engaging story, if not a hard hitting one.

roger t (it) wrote: recommended by Ghw12158...............

Anil P (ag) wrote: This is an awesome movie I loved it,hrithik was looking cool in this movie,this movie leads to an tragic end they were both running to save their love but at the end of will see it how climax got changed I cried though....

Jon D (au) wrote: 'Killing Kennedy' (based on the book of the same name by Bill O'Reilly) spends much of its 90 minutes portraying Lee Harvey Oswald as the undisputed, sole assassin of JFK. What seems on the surface to be an attempt to quell a variety of conspiracy theorists, comes very close to succeeding. The screenplay isn't by any means outstanding, but by placing Oswald as the focal point of the storyline, 'Killing Kennedy' works as it gives the viewer a different perspective of the assassination. And with the exception of a very underdeveloped subplot focusing on Jack Ruby (who's sole purpose for murdering Oswald seems to be that he really liked Kennedy), the movie plays much better than most made-for-TV films. Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin have great chemistry as Jack and Jackie, and the latter outshines Katie Holmes in the 2011 'The Kennedy's' mini-series. All in all, by no means an outstanding effort, and conspiracy theorists will not at all be pleased; but it's well enough paced and at times even gripping.