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Just before Yuan Chieh "falls" down the stairs from the fifth to the fourth floor, we see a silhouette of him getting ready to jump. See more »

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Hai Tien: [indicating to his bamboo whip] You know baby,this bamboo is longer,more flexible,and very much alive.And when your flashy routine cannot keep up with the speed and elusiveness of this thing here,all I can say is that you will be in deep trouble.
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it's okay...
30 August 2004 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

I just bought the DVD on Ebay since I could not find it anywhere else. When i saw the trailer i was so excited because i'm a huge fan of Lee but when i watched the movie i was a little disappointed. Bruce lee's dubbed voice in the GOD footage was so high and downright annoying. Although i did think that his trademark screams (WATAAAH!!!) sounded really cool and much better than the ones in A Warrior's Journey, Lee's dubbed voice was just so annoying. Even the co-stars voices were dubbed with different people! The film was okay and kind of accurate, but the only reason to watch this, in my opinion, is because of the GOD footage, even though Lee and his co-stars dubbed voices were really annoying. I think if you, like me, are one of Bruce Lee's biggest fans, you'd probably buy this movie anyway and forget my review. I recommend watching A Warrior's Journey instead unless you just HAVE to watch this film. Besides, AWJ is more accurate on Lee's life, gives more info, and most importantly, has Bruce Lee's REAL voice spoken in the GOD footage along with his co-stars!

BRUCE LEE IN G.O.D. 7/10


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