4 items from 2013
Before Midnight I haven't watched this yet, primarily because I want to sit down and watch all three -- Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and Before Midnight -- right in a row and I just haven't found the time. However, the best thing about this release is that we finally get special features. Until now, the only special feature on any of the previous Before films was a trailer, now we get a commentary track with Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, a "Revisiting Jesse and Celine" featurette and a Q&A with the trio. Now, if you don't own the two previous films, but are preferring to wait until they too come available on Blu-ray, the best option is probably to buy the Before Sunrise / Before Sunset double feature at Amazon, which costs only $10.78. Not a lot of money to make sure you at least have both on hand whenever you need them. »
- Brad Brevet
Channel Big Rtl Thrill will air the documentary, which takes viewers on the journey that Bruce Lee endured during his life span of 32 years.
"With never-heard-before stories at the helm, 'I Am Bruce Lee' is the perfect tribute to this commendable expert whom the world continues to miss even today," read a statement from the channel.
Be it his stint in movies with ground-breaking action films like "The Big Boss", "Fists of Fury", "Way. »
- Amith Ostwal
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I Am Bruce Lee is the amazing story of one of the greatest icons ever to enter the public consciousness, the first film to truly tell Bruce Lee’s story in his own words and actions, as well as through the eyes of the international stars from the worlds of film, television, music and sports.
- Andy Triefenbach
Pete McCormack’s documentary I Am Bruce Lee chronicles martial arts legend Bruce Lee life from a troubled youth spent street fighting in Hong Kong to his departure to the United States where he got his first taste of fame that grew in the years that followed. Through it all he devoted himself to martial arts as a form of self-expression, and in so doing he crossed the paths of many fighting legends like Chuck Norris and Gene LeBell and influenced countless others including Gina Carano, Manny Pacquiao, and more. As a documentary, I Am Bruce Lee benefits from numerous family, friends, and acquaintances with anecdotes to share, and frankly, it would have been a wholly enjoyable 94 minutes had it stuck to that. Unfortunately it also gives people like Dana White opportunities to say some really stupid things and features questionable editing and interview footage of people with very little to say. »
- Lex Walker
4 items from 2013
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