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Which are Bruce Lee’s best movies?

Bruce Lee, a Hong Kong American actor, filmmaker, martial artist, martial arts instructor, and philosopher was born Lee Jun-fan. He was the originator of Jeet Kune Do, a mixed martial arts ideology that combines elements of several combat techniques and is widely recognized for laying the groundwork for modern mixed martial arts.

1. Enter The Dragon (1973): Enter The Dragon is Lee’s magnum opus, widely regarded as one of the best films of 1973 and one of the best martial arts films of all time. It’s also his final full-length feature before his death the following year.

2. Game of Death (1978): Let’s get one thing straight: Game of Death was made in bad taste. The film, which was partially shot before Bruce Lee’s death, uses footage from his actual funeral in the final edit to replace him posthumously.

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3. The Big Boss, Aka Fists of Fury (1971): Despite not being one of Lee’s better films, a careful examination of its politics shows subtle Marxist ideas linked to worker uprisings, elevating it intellectually above other of his flashier works.

4. Fist of Fury, Aka The Chinese Connection (1972): Bruce Lee excelled at choreographing action situations in which he was vastly outmanned, and Fist of Fury demonstrates this skill to perfection. In a lovely sense, the story epitomizes the “I must avenge my master!” cliche.

5. The Way of The Dragon, Aka Return of The Dragon (1972): Although The Way of the Dragon is one of Lee’s more well-known films, its tone is a far cry from his more serious works. It’s a really goofy film, and Lee’s comedic timing is flawless throughout.

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