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The Way of the Dragon (1972) Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Nora Miao. A man visits his relatives at their restaurant in Italy and has to help them defend against brutal gangsters harassing them.

1 week, 4 days ago

Bruce Lee was a martial arts phenomenon who represents the teacher-student archetype of Sagittarius, the centaur, the hybrid, a powerful combination of physical but also metaphysical native. The man-philosopher. He bridged many cultural gaps. He was double Sag, with the Sun on the Ascendant in Sagittarius and a chart ruled by Jupiter. But he also had very intense Scorpio placements. His message to us at the end of 2021 is to be more like him, ready for anything, not beholden to any particular beliefs, and to never quit, be the small guy that brings down the big guy- the crime lords.

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1 week, 6 days ago

Many people think that learning self-defense is not necessary or some just ignore it thinking it’s too difficult.The knowledge is essential to know about the sensitivity and strength of each part of the body. here are some of the basic features of the The Secret Death Touches.

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The Secret Death Touches program is fragmented into simple demonstrations and follows a particular schedule. Any person can get easily adaptable with the learning. The program teaches skills regarding kung fu, judo, and other martial arts.

This program also develops the mindset of the people for any situation. The program generates a particular skill set to be protected for any job and control them.
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1 month, 1 week ago

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Lee chats to Mark on Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee, Dolf Lungren, Spanish lifestyle and the benefits of the self confidence achieved by being a tad handy on the street.

2 months, 3 weeks ago

No trouble at all in the big city when you express yourself with emotional content.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Dave and Matt talk about being an introverts versus an extrovert, social gatherings, Bruce Lee, being an Asian male, and other stuff.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Bruce Lee - Revolutionize Your Mind By Q Moogy Naura

9 months, 1 week ago

"Empty Your Mind" is my own poetic take on Bruce Lees' short talk about water.

In this video I've blended visual elements and quotes from Dr. Masaru Emoto, Ray Bradbury, and others to explore the nature of water and its relation to consciousness.

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9 months, 3 weeks ago

How Bruce Lee Changed Martial Arts Cinema with his Revolutionary Fighting Rhythm:

Bruce Lee fight scenes have a certain special rhythm to them, captivating audiences and choreographers alike. Many of his scenes could be taught as marital arts choreography lessons – a perfect example of how to make a fight scene realistic, captivating, and a joy to watch.

But Hong Kong fight scenes weren’t always all smooth moves and Jeet Kune Do rhythm. In fact, in the 1960s most were, well, um… let’s say there were marginally better than the seemingly unchoreographed bar brawls that populated Westerns at the time. Certainly not as exciting as lightsaber nunchucks. Still, they definitely lacked that sense of JKD rhythm we see so much in real life Jedi Bruce Lee fight scenes, as well as many others, in later years. I mean, even the actors seem mildly disinterested in what they’re doing. Instead of actively trying to, you know, fight one another, they seem more concerned with carrying out their vendettas against breakable objects and household furniture.

Later, in the 1970s, actors finally figured out that the purpose of a fight scene is to make it look like they want to hurt their opponent. Hooray! Sadly, they sacrificed fluidity for facial expressions and bodily contact. I mean, they’re great if you broke your metronome and all you have on hand to keep rhythm are a series of 1970s fight scenes, but not so much if you want to watch a fight scene that is more engaging, interesting, and full of rhythm.

Thankfully, Jedi Bruce Lee came along and influenced the genre with his sense of JKD rhythm. Fight scenes were transformed from metronomic hits into something better and more entertaining. Bruce Lee took that metronome and constructed a symphony of action around it, forever altering Hong Kong fight scenes for the best (and not just with his lightsaber nunchucks).

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9 months, 3 weeks ago

Another personal favourite of mine too + been a fan of the martial arts legend - Bruce Lee movies - cover also re-created by @Freethinker Media Channel - enjoy! + see story details below)

"FIST OF FURY" - (A Bruce Lee Classic - Action/Drama/Romance - 1972)
(Run-time R - 1hr 48min + English version + Viewer Discretion Advised)

(About)
A young martial arts student returns home for the funeral of his martial arts teacher who died under mysterious circumstances.
A rival Japanese academy are suspected but there is no proof.

Stars: Bruce Lee, Nora Miao, James Tien

(Production info)
Initial release: 22nd March, 1972 (Hong Kong)
Director: Wei Lo
Writer: Wei Lo (screenplay) (as Lo Wei)
Budget: $100,000 USD
Box office: $100 million USD

10 months ago

A young man seeks vengeance for the death of his teacher. Staring: Bruce Lee, Nora Miao, James Tien.

1 year ago

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Bruce Lee was born in Chinatown in Sanfransico, California. Perhaps the stars were in his favor because he was born in both the hour and the year of the dragon in the Chinese zodiac. Starring in feature films in the early 1970s, Bruce Lee is indisputably the most well known Kung-Fu action star. Lesser known about the action star was his love of philosophy, art, and poetry. Taken from us all too soon Bruce Lee left much wisdom behind.

1 year, 2 months ago

A man visits his relatives at their restaurant in Italy and has to help them defend against brutal gangsters harassing them.

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1 year, 2 months ago

Operacion Dragon, conocido en el idioma inglés como Enter the Dragon. El último largometraje que subiré sobre Bruce Lee. Es la penúltima de su filmografía, pero es la última en la que logró terminar de rodar (cosa que lamentablemente no ocurrió con Juego con la Muerte, si, vaya título más irónico). Es una película muy buena lo pongo al mismo nivel que el Gran Jefe de 1971 (Tercer Puesto). Que lo disfruten.

SINOPSIS: "Hong Kong, años 70. El joven Lee es uno de los miembros del templo Shaolin y experto de las artes marciales que es reclutado por los servicios de inteligencia británica para infiltrarse en una operación de drogas, durante un torneo de combates promovido por el jefe de la mafia." - FILMAFFINITY

REPARTO:
Bruce Lee: Lee
John Saxon: Roper.
Ahna Capri: Tania.
Sek Kin: Han.
Jim Kelly: Williams.
Robert Wall: O'Hara.
Angela Mao: Su Lin.
Betty Chung: Mei Ling.
Bolo Yeung: Bolo.
Hao Li-Jen: Anciano XYZ.
Allan Kent: Golfista.
Marlene Clark: Secretaria.
Jackie Chan: Guardia.

DIRECCIÓN:
Robert Clouse.

PRODUCCIÓN:
Fred Weintraub.
Paul Heller.

DOBLAJE:
Español Latino.

1 year, 4 months ago

El Furor del Dragon, Way of the Dragon, también llamado como El regreso del Dragon. La tercera película de Bruce Lee, y mi segunda favorita de toda su filmografía, Coliseo Romano, el gran y poderoso Chuck Norris, Robert Wall, la bellísima Nora Miao y un tipo estereotipadamente homosexual que ofenden a los giliprogres. ¿Que más se puede pedir?

SINOPSIS: "Tang Lung (Bruce Lee) llega a Roma para ayudar a una amiga de la familia, Chen Ching Hua (Nora Miao), amenazada por unos gangsters locales que quieren apropiarse de su restaurante. Poco después de la llegada de Tang, los criminales irrumpen en el restaurante con la intención de obligar a Chen a firmar la venta de su propiedad. Después de que se burlen del estilo de combate de su país natal, un furioso Tang reta a los matones y les derrota en una excelente exhibición de artes marciales. Tras fracasar en su afán de asesinar a Tang, el cerebro de la banda contrata a Colt (Chuck Norris), un campeón mundial de karate de Estados Unidos, en un último intento de acabar con él. Tang se verá las caras con el americano en el mítico Coliseo Romano en el que lucharán como gladiadores en un legendario combate a muerte" - FILMAFFINITY

REPARTO:
Bruce Lee: Tang Lung.
Nora Miao: Chen Ching Hua.
Chuck Norris: Colt.
Robert Wall: Fred.
Jon T. Benn: El jefe malo malote de turno.
Paul Wei Ping-Ao: Ho.
Chung-Hsin Huang: Dueño del Restaurante.
Hwang In Shik: Artista Marcial Japonés.
Malisa Longo: Prostituta Italiana.

PRODUCCIÓN:
Raymond Chow.
Bruce Lee.

DIRECCIÓN:
Bruce Lee.

DOBLAJE:
Español.

1 year, 4 months ago

Puños de Furia, Fist of Fury, Furia Oriental, La Conexión China (The Chinnese Connection) o Cinco dedos de Furia, mi favorita de toda la filmografía de Bruce Lee. En esta película es donde empezé a escuchar a mi padre la palaba: "Bruce Lee", a mi edad de 7 años.

¿Cuántos años tenías cuando viste por primera vez una película de Bruce Lee?.

Si quieres lo mencionas en la caja de comentarios.

SINOPSIS: "Chen Jeh regresa al recinto internacional de China sólo para enterarse de la muerte de su amado maestro. Esto se agrava por el continuo acoso de una escuela japonesa de artes marciales en la zona. A diferencia de sus amigos, él piensa enfrentarlos gracias a su dominio de las artes marciales mientras investiga el asesinato de su maestro." - FILMAFFINITY.

REPARTO:
Bruce Lee: Chen Jeh.
Nora Miao: Yuan Le-erh.
Paul Wei Ping-ao: Hu.
James Tien Chang: Fan Chun-hsia.
Feng Tien: Fan.
Maria Yi: Yen.
Quin Lee: Hsu.
Lo Wei: Inspector.
Hwong Chung Hsin: Tien.
Han Yin-chieh: Feng Kwai-sher.
Feng Wi: Yoshida.
Tony Liu: Chin.
San Chin: Tung.
Riki Hashimoto: Hiroshi Suzuki (Sr. Suzuki)
Robert Baker: Petrov "El Ruso".
Lam Ching Ying: Doble
Jackie Chan: Doble, SI GENTE, como un doble en esta película, en este caso las, acrobacias del señor Suzuki.

DIRECCIÓN:
Lo Wei.

PRODUCCIÓN:
Raymond Chow.

DOBLAJE:
Español.

1 year, 4 months ago

El Gran Jefe, The Big Boss o Karate a Muerte en Bangkok en España. La primera película que Bruce Lee rodó con la empresa cinematográfica Golden Harvest. Junto con Puños de Furia, fue una película que marcó mi niñez, y al mismo tiempo una de las experiencias de las más traumáticas (ya verán porque).

SINOPSIS: "Cheng (Bruce Lee) llega a Bangkok desde China habiendo prometido a su madre que no se metería en peleas. Nada más llegar, encuentra trabajo en la fábrica del Sr. Mi, pero descubre que la factoría es en realidad una tapadera para encubrir el tráfico de drogas y la prostitución. Dos obreros desaparecen misteriosamente y los restantes trabajadores deciden ir a la huelga. La dirección envía contra ellos a hombres armados, y es cuando Cheng decide intervenir revelando su maestría en las artes marciales y haciendo que triunfen los obreros. Entonces, el Sr. Mi hace nombrar capataz a Cheng y da una fiesta en su honor, pero cuando éste descubre las verdaderas intenciones del jefe decide enfrentarse a él con todas sus consecuencias." - FILMAFFINITY

REPARTO:
Bruce Lee: Cheng Chao-An.
Maria Yi: Chiao Mei.
James Tien: Hsu Chien.
Han Ying-Chieh: Hsiao Mi.
Lau Wing: Hsiao Chiun.
Nora Miao: Vendedora local.
Malarin Boonak: Prostituta.
Lee Quinn: Ah Kun.
Kam San: Ah Shan.
Ricky Chik: Ah Chen.
Chan Wui-ngai: Ah Pei.
Lam Ching-ying: Ah Yen.
Tu Chia-Cheng: Tío Liu.

DIRECCIÓN:
Lo Wei.

PRODUCCIÓN:
Raymond Chow.

DOBLAJE:
Español.

1 year, 5 months ago

New documentary on Bruce Lee from ESPN.

#brucelee #espn #documentary #trailers

1 year, 6 months ago

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1 year, 9 months ago

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1 year, 10 months ago

Does anybody find it odd...Brandon was killed on the exact day his father was killed? Sounds like a ritual to me. Rest In Power Bruce and Brandon Lee.

1 year, 11 months ago

I made this music video back in 2003 I believe. It was at this point that I was really trying my best to time the beats of the music with what ever was happening on screen and add some effects. Looking back it was okay but could have been much better.

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2 years ago

Vince Vaughn beats the shit out of Bruce Lee wannabe!

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2 years, 3 months ago

Retro Weekends plays an reviews Bruce Lee for the C64.

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2 years, 3 months ago

The final act of commentary. Let's talk about the Bruce Lee controversy and the historical stuff a little more. Tons of spoilers . (Part 3 of 3)
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2 years, 3 months ago

Wise Words from one of the greatest
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3 years, 10 months ago