10 episodes in a three-disc DVD only collection
Danny Chan (Ip Man 3, Kung Fu Hustle) is back as legendary martial arts icon Bruce Lee in LEGEND OF BRUCE LEE: VOLUME TWO, which debuts today, Tuesday, April 4th, from Well Go USA Entertainment. The collection features 10 action-packed episodes on three-discs and follows Lee as he comes to America and begins a revolution in the world of martial arts. LEGEND OF BRUCE LEE: VOLUME TWO also stars Michelle Lang, Mark Dacascos, Wang Luoyang, Tim Storms, Ray Park and Michael Jai White.
Determined to promote Chinese martial arts in America, Bruce Lee establishes a small but popular kung fu school. As he encounters different opponents and their various fighting styles, Bruce envisions a new way of kung fu capable of revolutionizing the world of martial arts forever.
LEGEND OF BRUCE LEE: VOLUME TWO has a runtime of approximately 456 minutes and is not rated.
AsianCineFest Rating: half-a-star out of four stars; worthwhile only if you're a fanatic about watching or owning anything that has Bruce Lee's name in it, or if you're curious about terrible mainland Chinese television.
For some unfathomable reason, the episodes are only available with dubbed English audio, even though option English subtitles are available. The horrible "acting" might have been a tiny bit more bearable if the dialogue -- such as it is -- was in Chinese.