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Bruce Lee and Kung Fu Mania (1992)

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not really a movie
15 September 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Its not really a movie. It is just clips from various kung fu movies from the 70's, put together like one big advertisement trying to get the viewer to look for the films that are being shown. Neat idea though. They do try to present a type of story, explaining how Bruce Lee is one of the reasons that martial arts movies were so big in the seventies.

After the introduction, the song "kung fu fighting plays and there is a picture of Bruce, then the clips of the movies begin. A must, for those who like seeing clips of various movies. I however, even found it to be quite entertaining to see good fight sequences without having to go through the plot. I even discovered movies I haven't seen before.


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