Tag: bruce-lee

Bruce Lee and the Outlaw Review

Bruce Lee and the Outlaw Review

An impossible choice for a small boy to make

Birth of the Dragon Review

Birth of the Dragon Review

The film about the fight that created the legend isn't all that legendary

Ip Man: The Final Fight Review

Ip Man: The Final Fight Review

Ben Pinsent reviews the Blu-ray release of Herman Yau's Ip Man: The Final Fight and asks whether it is definitely the FINAL fight?

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Review

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story Review

Geoff has a quick look at the new US Blu-ray of the Bruce Lee biopic.

Enter The Dragon 40th Anniversary Edition Review

Enter The Dragon 40th Anniversary Edition Review

Bruce Lee's final movie gets the 40th Anniversary treatment on Blu-ray

I Am Bruce Lee in July

I Am Bruce Lee in July

A new Bruce Lee documentary in cinemas and on DVD and Blu-ray later this month...

Cine Asia presents Hong Kong Legends

Cine Asia presents Hong Kong Legends

The Hong Kong Legends label returns later this year...

Cine Asia April-June

Cine Asia April-June

Films from South Korea, China and Hong Kong on UK DVD and Blu-ray over the next few months...

Enter the Dragon Review

Enter the Dragon Review

My first HD DVD review for the site is the last film Bruce Lee completed before his untimely death in 1973, a martial arts classic, Enter the Dragon. How does Warner's UK release shape up? Quite well actually...

The Big Boss (Platinum Edition) Review

The Big Boss (Platinum Edition) Review

After The Green Hornet, a guest appearance in Ironside and making Longstreet, Bruce Lee travelled to China to become a movie star, with this being his first feature. The story isn't great but Lee's abilities were obvious even then...

Game of Death Review

Game of Death Review

<b>Dave Foster</b> has reviewed the Region 2/4 release of <a href=" getreview.cgi?id=295&story=2228">Game of Death</a>. The last Hong Kong Legends Bruce Lee film release is their best package yet that comes with the HKL Platinum Edition seal of approval. Fortunately this otherwise lacklustre film is saved by the explosive fight sequences and a superb range of extra features.<p>