Bruce Lee at Golden Harvest Limited Edition 4K UHD [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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Overlooking the occasionally distracting ADR work, dialogue reproduction is also outstanding with precise, intelligible vocals in the center. insanely charismatic, even when doing literally nothing, his fighting style favouring speed and absolute precision. It's difficult to say whether or not the untimely death of Lee prior to the film’s release added to the legend of both the man and the film or not. Hits from Criterion, as well as any number of other releases in various regions that have come out through the years.
The first three movies and Game of Death are UHD discs with outstanding Dolby Vision HDR videos and excellent DTS-HD MA soundtracks. For my main watches, the Mandarin track was the primary listen with various selections of the other tracks sampled.
But ultimately, my favorite aspect of the movie is Wei Ping-ou's performance as the boss's bumbling goofy and colorfully eccentric interpreter Ho, providing a welcomed layer of comedy to the delightfully fun action classic.
Within the span of only four films, the legendary filmmaker and martial artist Bruce Lee left a tremendous impact and legacy upon the world of cinema, becoming an international icon of the genre who sadly passed away much too soon but gave moviegoers four beloved classics. It's a great, memorable moment that blatantly renounces bigotry and clearly establishes the plot's anti-colonialism theme. On the other hand, the look and inconsistency actually add to the presentation's appeal, as it gives the cult martial arts favorite that old-school grindhouse charm. S. Video Version (HD, 95 min) is the original cut for the VHS release, which replaces most of the Enter the Dragon outtakes with alternative shots of Lee from other films. documentary instead – not just all two hours of Lee’s dailies that remain, but with an insightful wraparound and commentary over the top to give a complete run down of the project as intended, with stage directions, themes, choreography breakdowns and a wealth of brilliantly delivered titbits, it’s one of the very best documentaries on a film project I’ve seen.Alternate Credit Sequence (HD, 8 min) houses four different opening credits that were produced over the years since the film's original release. Although the colors seem a tad more subdued and controlled compared to the first movie, the overall palette, nonetheless, appears bolder and fuller than its Blu-ray counterparts. The two films with English mono as their primary soundtracks ( Game of Death and Game of Death II) sound similarly healthy – both clean and free from hiss, crackles and pops.