Friday, August 16, 2013
Friday, July 19, 2013
See the new Bruce Lee Blog at Wordpress. I'm beginning to understand that the life of Bruce Lee still speaks to me after he is long gone. I never heard anyone say that he was a King or a Priest. Bruce did not carry that image, but what he did painted a picture in my mind.
Friday, March 15, 2013
Check out Bruce Lee Treasure Book. Never seen a book quite like this one. It is very unique.
Limited Ed. Treasures Books have sold out.Regular and Bundled Version Available now.bit.ly/TreasuresOfBru… T YOU! twitter.com/BruceLeeLegacy…
— Bruce Lee(@BruceLeeLegacy) March 15, 2013
Friday, February 15, 2013
Check out this Twitter Pic. The man in the pic looks just like Bruce Lee. Could it be Bruce Lee at his own grave (LOL)? The guy in the picture looks a lot like Bruce and is young. Well, hopefully, we will see Bruce in heaven one day, and I'm sure he will look young.
Such a crazy pic of Bruce Lee. twitter.com/DUANEBANGCOM/s…— Duane Ludwig (@DUANEBANGCOM) January 26, 2013
Friday, December 21, 2012
Friday, November 23, 2012
"The Dragon Lives" is a movie with a strange ending and tells some truth about Bruce Lee. When I watched it, the movie was showing that Bruce Lee was strange near the end. It looked as if he had a total different personality. Bruce Li portrayed Bruce Lee as a man that was always searching and looked like death was his end in doing so. The movie tells a story about a man with some anger who wanted to be accepted. The ending of the movie showed that he was a winner, but at the same time, I felt death for him from the movie. How true the movie really is, I do not know. There are so many different versions of the Bruce Lee story, gaps in between, and things to leave you unsure that has been told. The movie leaves you to believe the Dragon never died though death surrounded him. Maybe they wanted to leave the audience with a happy ending, but at the same time, maybe they were trying to reveal that he was dead. Maybe it was the movie maker's way of keeping Bruce Lee's legacy alive.
From Crackle: The Dragon Lives