Mary wrote:Do you have a list of everything Bruce Lee did? Cause I want to get everything I can get my hands on, but some of it looks like stock footage pieced together after he died, and I want to get stuff he was actually involved in.
GenTDuke wrote:Game of Death (he only appear a bit, the rest is a stunt man and cardboard cut outs)
prenna wrote:GenTDuke wrote:Game of Death (he only appear a bit, the rest is a stunt man and cardboard cut outs)
Have you seen the reconstructed version of this? Some missing footage and the plot goes the way Bruce originally intended. It's really good, though I might be biased about it's overtly Jeet Kune Do message.
daviddenton wrote:rikki oh: the story of ricky
Heyutang wrote:Wong Kar Wai: Ashes of time
The Jackie Chan oeuvre: OK some of it is for laughs, but still. Yes I have seen The Drunken Master by him, it is his best one. It features a very young and energetic Jackie, with his old bearded and drunk master, and at the end peforming a classic dandy style kung fu. GREAT STUFF!!! Of course he has many other great movies.
Jet Li: Fong Sai Yuk 1&2. Classics. Once upon a time in China: the whole series. The Tai Chi Master:awesome shots, great story.
Of course Zhang Yimou's Hero rules at the moment, or has the last few years. Very beautiful. Haven't seen his new one 'house of the flying daggers'
Akiro Kurosawa: Sanshiro Sugata
I don't like Bruce Lee's stuff that much, don't know why. Maybe I have to give it another try.
I practiced tai chi and Qi Gong (postures) and some Chinese Kung Fu for 4 years myself: definitely want to go back to that.
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