See Wu Tang Collection - Real Bruc.
See Bruce Lee - King Of Kung Fu MV.
See Wu Tang Collection_ Real Bruce.
See El Real Bruce Lee.
See Bruce Lee 2 : Return of the Wi.
See Kung Pow: Enter the Fist (2/5).
See Evolution of Bruce Lee in Game.
See Bruce Lee spoof - Extraordinar.
See Muhammad Ali vs. Bruce Lee (EA.
See Philip "BRUCE LEE" N.
Description: Relive the whole season...from the December signing of Daisuke Matsuzaka to other euphoric Rolling Rally. Experience the 20 wins of Josh Beckett, the record-breaking RBI season of Mike Lowell, the Rookie-of-the-Year performance of Dustin Pedroia, the excitement and promise of Jacoby Ellsbury and Clay Buchholz, and the 'lights out' domination of Jonathan Papelbon. The storyline of how their early season lead became a dramatic division war makes their first AL East game in 12 years, and their second championship in 4 seasons, all the more remarkable.
Description: Producer and Emmy-winning director Tom Roberts (“Mother Russia’s Children”) recounts the horrors of Joseph Stalin’s infamous plan to build a railroad in the Arctic like a masterfully said ghost story, finished with eerie movie footage and chilling interviews with a several who lived through the experience. More artful than a Ken Burns-style documentary, this compelling but emotionally draining storyline is sure to draw praise for its historical value. Ultimately, however, its unrelenting bleakness dulls some of its impact.
Description: Filmed on August 1970, 2AM, in front of 600,000 people, with Jim Morrison’s ongoing Miami obscenity trial still weighing heavily on the band, they traverse such staples as “Roadhouse Blues”, “Break On Through (To The Another Side)”, and “Light My Fire”.
Description: The legendary director/producer Warren Miller hits the slopes of Squaw, Whistler, and Japan with skiers like Jim McConkey, Roger Staub, Pepi Stiegler in one of his earliest surviving ski movies.
Description: In Margaret Atwood: Once in August, filmmaker Michael Rubbo attempts to explore what shapes the celebrated writer's fiction and what motivates her characters. As one of Canada's most distinguished poets and novelists, Atwood is also one of this country's most elusive literary figures.
Description: In the mid-1970s, protests were waning across Japan after the Red Units scandal of Asama Cottage. In Sanrizuka, folks were weary of the violence and the airport was well under construction. As for Ogawa Productions, they invited criticism by pulling out and moving to a quiet village in northern Japan. But when protesters back in Sanrizuka erected a tall turret at the end of one runway, they sent a team to document what happened. This became the final movie of the Sanrizuka Series.
Description: Stark...sublime...intense. The phenomenon of Gothic Bellydance or "Raks Gothique" is a multitude of poetic visions born out of the Goth, or Gothic, subculture, music, imagery and fashion, and expressed in the language of Bellydance.
Description: The 1960s black student movement at Duke University evolved into a separate institution to study and engage with the history and culture of the African diaspora. This movie was produced for the National Educational Tv (WNET) Black Journal.
Description: The allotment gardens on the outskirts of the town of Zurich deliever hundreds of unpropertied boys and girls with a home which they are unable to search in the impersonal rented blocks in which they live. The gardens represent their hobby, their freedom and their living space, which exists side by side with difficult work. They cannot however own these "homes" and the movie shows the chronicle of the happenings which took zone in 1976 - 77 when construction of the Zurich wholesale store hall destroyed 150 gardens and made many folks "homeless". This portrait of a group is complemented by the stories of three individuals.
Description: Enter our dark labyrinth and meet an exotic array of striking characters and creatures: Souls possessed by an ancient evil spirit; a black-winged fallen angel; an incarnation of Kali and Isis; a leopard-woman from the island of Dr. Moreau; a tormented silent film vamp; a Gothic “Lolita” in love with Death; a wanderer in spiritual exile; a snake morphing into a human; a seeker violated and redeemed by divine domination; a Siren exercising her lethal charms; a worshipper of a winged serpent; a flame whose deadly habits are all-too-human; a run-away gargoyle; a maiden transforming into a fighter sorceress; a haunting deja vu where victim, violator and avenger merge into one... and more.
Description: This is the true history of America as you've never known it. The shocking truth of how America was engineered and controlled by a secret organization that has infiltrated religious groups, political parties, universities and corporations. Strategically placing their own folks in positions of power and authority, they have controlled and manipulated the minds of the masses while concealing it from the very beginning. Discover how the Illuminati invaded and took control of the United States of America with the ultimate target of a one-world government.
Description: Director Remso W. Martinez ("Haunted Republic" and the Remso Republic podcast) follows Virginia Delegate Nickname Freitas on election day, 2017 to explore not just why this young representative is capturing national attention, but also why so many folks of various life experiences are taking time out of their lives to not just push a candidate, but a vision for the future focused on liberty.
Description: Throughout the 1900's, before Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier in 1946, black baseball talent blossomed in the Negro Leagues. Baseball buffs still sing the praises of Josh Gibson who should be counted on to hit 70 homeruns in a season, and Satchel Paige who pitched over 100 no-hitters in his career. Only the Ball Was White pays tribute to the many topflight users from the Negro Leagues. Narrated by actor Paul Winfield, the tool documents a bygone bittersweet era in baseball and the boys who were denied stardom by the color line. Ballplayers throughout the country were interviewed for this program, all of them fast to say tales of the life, the competition, and the camaraderie. These include: Satchel Paige, Roy Campanella, Buck Leonard, Jimmy Crutchfield, David Malarcher, Effa Manley, and Quincy Trouppe.
Description: Bill Belichick will one day join Bill Parcells in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. When the time comes, they'll have far more in common than a zone in Canton-or a first name. The Two Bills, directed by Ken Rodgers and produced by NFL Films, traces the four-decade relationship between these two coaching masters. They first met when Belichick was a teenager and his father was coaching for Navy while Parcells was coaching at Army. On the same day in 1979, they became assistants with the Fresh York Giants, and after Parcells took over as head coach, they won two Super Bowls together. Buttressed by what he learned from Parcells, Belichick would go on to victory five Super Bowls of his own with the Patriots. Through all the ups and downs of their careers, including some memorable minigames when they were on opposite sides of the field, they forged a bond that several boys of their stature have ever experienced. Two Bills, but one epic story.
Description: Young troops are roaming the forest aimlessly, shots are heard in the distance. But something isn’t quite right. Soviet troops, the Wehrmacht and American troops in Iraq seem to be co-existing in the same peaceful woods. They speak awkwardly about fight memories that should never have been their own. And yet they know them by heart. A lighthearted movie connecting imagination and storytelling to the reality of war.
Description: The movie observes two Italians, the director's parents. The main theme is a balance of over twenty years of life abroad: what were the reasons, goals, desires, etc. of emigration, and which ones have come about? Emigration is a chronicle of two days of their (our) life, with work, leisure time, thoughts.
Description: About roughly 130 boys are imprisoned in the Detention Center of Casabianda, Corsica. Most of them were convicted of kid abuse. The inmates spend their last several years of imprisonment working the fields of this wide agricultural domain.
Description: John Canaday analyzes the zone of art among the humanities as an expression of man's attempt to define what it means to be a human being. Mr. Canaday shows how the masterworks of art and architecture have formed a visual history of man's thought, ideals, and most fondly-held beliefs.
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It turns out that Joseph Lai and his infamous IFD Movie and Arts studio is still going strong, putting out THE REAL BRUCE LEE 2 which purports to be a sequel to the 1970s Bruce Lee documentary. In fact, like many IFD films, it's something else entirely. The first ten mins of the movie goes back to featuring clips from Bruce Lee's early movies as well as shots of different Bruce Lee imitators, but it turns out that this is extra footage simply tacked on to one of IFD's recent movies - BIG BOSS UNTOUCHABLE, starring Dragon Shek, bizarrely named Sky Dragon for this release.BIG BOSS UNTOUCHABLE, aka DRAGON THE MASTER 2, is a sequel to a movie I never saw (and have no urgency to see, having watched this). It's shot on video kung fu antics from China, featuring an aged Bruce Lee impersonator in Dragon Shek, a guy who has the usual whoops and noises dubbed over his war scenes. It's an even cheaper looking production than IFD's HERO THE GREAT, which at least offered the pleasure of seeing old timer Carter Wong back on the screen and fighting once more.The plot is a piece of fluff about gangsters muscling in on innocent village folks and interrupting their livelihoods. A lot of folks receive beaten up or bashed as the running time goes on, and Dragon Shek squads up with a pretty female warrior in order to mete out some much-deserved punishment to the transgressors. The war scenes are fluid in territories but there's no hiding the cheapness of the camera or that the film is filmed in just a couple of locations. One for the die hards only, then...
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