Bruce Lee's shocking death left legions of stunned fans and a legacy of 12 minutes from his unfinished Game Of Death. Undeterred, studio executives launched a search for his replacement chronicled here through the eyes of five aspiring thespians who find out what the real game is.
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Based on Shaolin folklore and set during the transition period between the Sui Dynasty and the Tang Dynasty. When the Tang emperor is betrayed by one of his generals, the son of one of his ... See full summary »
Ben is a perfectionist and overachiever whose tunnel vision leads to nothing less than graduating at the top of his class. As he struggles to achieve social success, he discovers his darker side. He and his friends: Virgil, Daric and Han lead a double life of mischief and petty crimes to alleviate the pressures of perfection. As their adopted identity grows, the gang tumbles into a downward spiral of excitement, excess and fun. Written by
Honestly, I was so dissapointed in this movie I could hardly stand it. I mean, the premise was so promising that I rushed to my video store to rent it. When I sat down to watch it I was amazed at the amateurish handling of such material. Okay, I understand that Justin Lin is young, I can forgive him that. What I can't forgive is the apparent lack of attention he paid to his actors. They were struggling throughout the whole movie. There's one scene, about three quarters of the way through the flick when it's a long two minute static shot of three of the main characters standing around and talking at a party. this scene was executed so poorly and with such disregard for aesthetics of film and acting that it literally blew my mind. Anyway, it just reinforces the notion that young actors and directors don't know how to deal with the static two shot anymore. As far as the film being hip, it seemed like one of those style over substance deals.
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