5 Is this his best movie?bornandbled | 06/08/2007 | See all bornandbled's reviews (14)We all know about Bruce Lee, the legend. This was his only film that he Directed. Parts of the film serve as a metaphor for when he arrived in the US as a teenager. The beginning when he struggles to communicate with a child and waitress for example, when he's hungry. And in the airport when he's being stared at by white people, because he's Asian.Bey Logan gives some insightful commentary on the special features and the classic battles with Bob Wall, Whang In Sik and of course, Chuck Norris.You must realise when watching this film that it was a massive achievement. Never had an Asian actor commanded such control before, never had they let anyone take a film abroad and shoot it in Europe like in this. Many of the extras were just passers by and eny real footage in the Colloseum was shot illegally as filming wasn't allowed.I love this maybe the most of all his films, maybe because it's the first one i saw. It's such a shame Game of Death was never completed, that would've been a masterpiece, the greatest martial arts movie of all time. Instead we must marvel at we he did achieve as opposed to what he might have. The choreography in this film is second to none and light years ahead. There were great movies made 10 years later, such as Drunken Master even, that couldn't touch Bruce's action directing. Just watch how so many films after this have slower choreography, simply because Bruce Lee was so far ahead of his time.