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    #46

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      #47
      Originally posted by Holy Moment View Post
      Love it or hate it, that guy did a hell of a Bruce Lee impersonation.

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        #48
        Originally posted by BJMills View Post
        Love it or hate it, that guy did a hell of a Bruce Lee impersonation.
        Not enough crying and whimpering for my taste.

        Still, it was the most realistic depiction to date of how Bruce Lee would perform in an actual fight.

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          #49
          How do you know? He's getting a lot of slack in his portrayal of Bruce. It's all over social media.

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            #50
            Originally posted by NittyRanks View Post
            How do you know? He's getting a lot of slack in his portrayal of Bruce. It's all over social media.
            Slack or flak? I've seen a lot of both. Which is typical love / hate bs. If you love BL you'll say this portrayal is bs, if you don't worship him or hate him you'll laugh because it's fucking funny on both the caricature level and the silly Kung Fu screaming monkey level.

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              #51
              It would have been better for the movie Pitt to pick Lee up over his shoulder and throw him if you wanted to make him look dumb. Lee was a cocky SOB but his hand speed was at least a magnitude faster then shown in the movie, and in a straight punching match he would have done a lot of damage to someone who didn't have really good boxing skills. (which the Pitt character doesn't have)

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                  #53
                  Riding implies balls deep.

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                    #54
                    The amount of love involved and the intent of worship. Hugging is affectionate and flattering hero worship. Riding is piggybacking on someone else's agenda. Examples,

                    "Bruce Lee was the most amazing martial artist stunt man ever!", that's Nuthugging. No agenda, but layers of buttery fanboi love. Idolatry.

                    "BJJ defeats all styles older than 1993!", Nutriding. Agenda-oriented buttery fanboi cockriding intended to make it seem like you are part of a team with ideology-based superiority complex. Zealotry.

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                      #55
                      Originally posted by BJMills View Post
                      Love it or hate it, that guy did a hell of a Bruce Lee impersonation.
                      I feel like they should either have had Bruce in more than one scene, or not actually said his name so we just have a guy who you know is Bruce Lee in one scene, kinda like when Bob Dylan pops up at the end of Inside Llewyn Davis.

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                        #56
                        The thing is he already has Sharon Tate, Manson and a bunch of his family, plus McQueen and a few others.

                        And considering how much liberty he takes with historical accuracy, why make the exception for Bruce Lee?

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                          #57
                          Originally posted by BJMills View Post
                          The thing is he already has Sharon Tate, Manson and a bunch of his family, plus McQueen and a few others.

                          And considering how much liberty he takes with historical accuracy, why make the exception for Bruce Lee?
                          Exactly.......

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                            #58
                            Originally posted by BJMills View Post
                            The thing is he already has Sharon Tate, Manson and a bunch of his family, plus McQueen and a few others.

                            And considering how much liberty he takes with historical accuracy, why make the exception for Bruce Lee?
                            They're all exaggerations based on pop culture perception. In other words, wholly detached from reality, much like all of Hollywood. One of my fav movies, Oscar awarded La La Land, addresses this subject with poignancy. Sometimes your dreams go in one direction, and the things you love in another.

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