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Film Review: 30 for 30: Be Water (2020) - USA

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Film Review: 30 for 30: Be Water (2020) - USA

30 for 30: Be Water (2020) - USA     Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   There is so much to love a about the latest ESPN documentary “30 for 30: Be Water”, as much as it is about Bruce Lee, it is really about general Asian American representation in Hollywood during the racist 60s and 70s. It is all the more inspiring when director Bao Nguyen allows real life clips and interviews of key people in Lee’s life to flow out the key messages. Bruce Lee has become almost mythical basis and it’s timely to...

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Film Review: Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019) - Australia

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Film Review: Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019) - Australia

Review: Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks (2019) - Australia     Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Australian director Serge Ou delivers the goodies in the latest Tribute to the origins of Kung Fu films and the influence of the once great Hong Kong cinema to not just Hollywood, but the rest of the world. In making the the in-depth documentary “Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks”, Ou presents more than a fan-boy service affair, but instead provide valuable insights for novice and long time genre fans alike.   For a good 30 minutes of...

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Film Review: The Way of the Dragon (1972) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: The Way of the Dragon (1972) - Hong Kong

The Way of the Dragon (1972) - Hong Kong Review by Andrew ChanBruce Lee showed the world what he is capable of in his first two films. The Way of the Dragon is filmed largely within local studio set pieces and also in the ancient backdrop of Rome. It is not Lee's best effort, but most will remember it for his directing debut. The 4K remastered is certainly a welcome manner to look at this film. It is especially clear for those that take special note of the famous fight at the Roman colosseum between Chuck Norris and Lee. For...

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Film Review: Fist of Fury / The Chinese Connection (1972) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: Fist of Fury / The Chinese Connection (1972) - Hong Kong

Fist of Fury / The Chinese Connection (1972) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew ChanIn Bruce Lee's second starring role, Fist of Fury or known as The Chinese Connection in US, Lee plays folk hero Chen Zhen who avenges the death of Master Fok and fight against the tyranny of the Japanese. The film broke the box offices locally and was a hit in the US. This 4K Ultra HD remastered edition is a fest for the eyes and undoubtedly doing the wonderfully shot fight scenes justice for generations of fans. Comparing to the first film, The Big Boss, Fist...

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Film Review: The Big Boss (1971) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: The Big Boss (1971) - Hong Kong

The Big Boss (1971) - Hong Kong Review by Andrew ChanIn celebration of the 4K Ultra HD remastered Bruce Lee films on Blu Ray, we begin with the Hong Kong film that launched Lee into superstardom, The Big Boss. The remastered work done on this version is almost impeccable and all credit goes out to the hard work to restore this classic. Seeing Bruce Lee in HD will likely bring joy to masses of fans and the moment Lee steps on screen, you can sense the beginning of something special. Director Lo Wei famously took over directing duties and insisted...

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