Game of Death
Game of Death (1978)

In this martial arts tale, a talented kung-fu fighter finds himself entangled with a murderous syndicate that uses such performers for its own nefarious ends. Containing only about 20 minutes of actual Bruce Lee footage filmed in 1972, The… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: July 3, 2001
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To cash in on footage from a film Lee did not finish before his death, producer Chow puts in a double and uses out-takes for this kung-fu mess.

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A bizarre, entertaining, disjointing and strangely discomforting film that marked the end of Bruce Lee's career.

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Cole Smithey

Bruce Lee's last movie contains his best fighting sequences.

Rob Vaux
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More classic kung-fu from the genre's legendary master.

Scott Weinberg
DVD Clinic

Aside from a few clumsy insert shots, Bruce Lee doesn't even appear until the final 20 minutes!

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Almar Haflidason

...the standard of the choreography is excellent, and the final 20 minutes - which are almost all of Bruce fighting - are well worth holding out for.

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Flixster Audience Score: 64% Flixster User Reviews
Cassandra Maples
'Game of Death' is the equivalent of having your dog swallow a gold ring - you've got to sift through the cr*p to find the polished stuff.… More
Caesar Mendez
This was a hard movie to sit through to be honest because Bruce Lee died before finishing the movie which is a real shame. Even though the film isn't at… More
Lenny Muggsy
Filmed primarily after Lee's death using a stunt double in his place throughout the movie. Most fans, myself included, disregard this film because it is… More
Deb S
I am a huge Bruce Lee fan, and this film would've been the best one ever in my opinion if it wasn't for Bruce Lee's very unfortunate death. That… More
Dean McKenna
The climactic 20 minutes of Bruce Lee in action fighting Kareem Abdul-Jabber and Danny Inosanto are thrilling. But the rest of the film is not.
Jonny Crumley
The story may be crap, but the action is legendary.

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