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Jeet Kune Do
Jeet Kune Do
Actors: Bruce Li, Carter Wong, Chang Kuei, Ching Chi Min, Alan Ellerton
Directors: Chang Chee, Wah Chan
Genres: Action & Adventure
R     2001     0hr 58min


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Actors: Bruce Li, Carter Wong, Chang Kuei, Ching Chi Min, Alan Ellerton
Directors: Chang Chee, Wah Chan
Genres: Action & Adventure
Sub-Genres: Martial Arts
Studio: Sterling Ent
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 05/31/2001
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 0hr 58min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Great Personal Bruce Footage - Otherwise, Exploitive
K.H. | 01/12/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD, authorized by the Bruce Lee estate, claims to be a training film on Jeet Kune Do. It shows old footage of Bruce Lee, in rare home movies and his films, and tries to use these clips to discuss his art Jeet Kune Do. The very serious person, who wants to either learn or research this art, will move on to much better things. This DVD, only scartches the service, and one is better off reading books by Bruce (Toa of Jeet Kune Do) or Jerry Beasley, if he or she cannot take lessons.Danny Inosanto is interviewed and demonstrates some concepts, but the direction and production lacks any real coherence as it shoots between Bruce Lee footage and Inosanto. It mixes Bruce's voice with another voice which sounds similar to Bruce's (sounds very close, but speaks of Bruce in the third person) and this interaction is a little distracting.It should probably be only two stars, but sentimentally, I gave it three, because Bruce Lee fans will probably want to collect rare footage not seen anywhere else."
Not for the ametuer
Ian Holmes | Mims, Florida United States | 03/19/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD will NOT teach you JKD. If you are already Familiar with it, then it is VERY helpful. I have been studying Jeet Kune Do for about 2 years now, only under Bruce Lee's original style and schooling. You must understand what JKD revolves around. Tao. The way. It doesn't matter how strong your axe kick is, because if I truely know the Tao about any martial art, my effectivity will be much better. Watching Bruce Lee's form is very helpful to realize how JKD looks in fluid movements and in combat situations. However, if you want to learn a martial art, I defenietly suggest buying the Tao of Jeet Kune Do, and after that move on to books on form, then finally go to perfecting motion, etc."
A DVD For Bruce Lee Collectors
Chenmasterx | California | 02/05/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Given that the footage of Bruce Lee is so limited, as it seems is the budget of this production, I found this disc pretty enjoyable. The footage is very raw, but Bruce Lee's incredible energy still comes through. As a training video, it is good at teaching the concepts and philosophy behind Jeet Kune Do. A few basics are taught. There is footage of Lee teaching James Coburn with Lee analyzing the film. This to me is new, so I found it pretty interesting. The footage of his interview with Pierre Barton is amazing as always, though the picture quality is not as good as found on the Enter The Dragon bonus side

I believe the one reviewer is wrong in saying part of the narration is done by a Bruce Lee soundalike. Lee is reading from an article written about him. That is why he refers to himself in third person. The same audio is found on the Enter The Dragon bonus, but here there is more of it.

Overall I enjoyed it as I love to listen to Bruce Lee's philosophies as much as seeing his action in movies."