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Game of Death (1978)

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Released Year: 1978
Runtime: 94 minutes
Directors: Robert Clouse
Writers: Robert Clouse

Storyline


A martial arts movie star must fake his death to find the people who are trying to kill him.

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Reviews


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Washington Post - Gary Arnold
When he finally takes the screen for a prolonged routine, Lee reminds you that he was indeed a thing of beauty in motion. However, if it's the missing Lee footage you've come for, there's no reason to catch the first hour or so of the film [26 May 1979, p.C9]
42
The A.V. Club - Mike D'Angelo
There’s no reason whatsoever to watch the entire thing; just skip to the end, which features a series of bone-crunching fight sequences that suggest Lee was just getting warmed up when he left.
37
Washington Post - Unnamed
The film's inconsistencies, inaccuracies and disjointed editing can be explained by Lee's untimely death; the producers had to piece the movie together from the available footage. But what's the excuse for the other wretched performances? [25 May 1979, p.39]
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TV Guide Magazine - Unnamed
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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