When Bruce Lee was born on the 27th of November 1940 in San Francisco's Chinatown, little did his parents know that their infant son would go on to become the greatest martial arts icon that the world had ever seen. The Legend Of Bruce Lee will take you on an incredible journey into the life of a man who knew no boundaries. From his days surviving brutal street fights in 1950s Hong Kong, to his meteoric rise to fame as a martial arts screen icon, through to his tragic and mysterious death at the age of 32; his story has never before been told so faithfully or so completely.
Low budget trash
- The Legend of Bruce Lee review by RP
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My son – who is interested in martial arts – asked me to rent this for him after its UK release in early 2012. We have both watched it, and our verdict is the same: it's awful. I have since learned that it is a shortened and edited version of a 2008 50-episode (!) Chinese TV series. Sorry, but this is just low budget trash. Its only slightly redeeming feature is that the lead actor does look somewhat like Bruce Lee. 1/5 stars – avoid this boring tripe.