Zui she xiao zi (1982)
A semi-biography of a young Bruce Lee striving to perfect his fighting style and how he is continually threatened by other schools of Kung Fu, jealous of his power, ability and agility.Zui she xiao zi featuring Huang Kin-Lung and Sek Kin is free on Freevee (Via Prime Video), and available for rent or purchase on Prime Video. It's an action & adventure and drama movie with an average IMDb audience rating of 5.6 (124 votes) and was met with mixed reviews by critics.
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Currently you are able to watch Zui she xiao zi streaming on Freevee (Via Prime Video). It is also possible to buy Zui she xiao zi on Prime Video or rent it on Prime Video.
Why to Watch Zui she xiao zi
Zui she xiao zi offers a unique semi-biographical perspective on the life of the legendary martial artist, Bruce Lee, providing an intriguing exploration of his journey to perfect his fighting style.
The movie is set in a world of Kung Fu, where Bruce Lee's power, ability, and agility are constantly threatened by rival schools, adding a layer of tension and excitement to the narrative.
As a Drama and Action & Adventure movie released in 1982, Zui she xiao zi provides a nostalgic trip back to the 80s era of filmmaking, with its distinct cinematography and visual effects.
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#1264 Ranked in Martial Arts Movies
#26132 Ranked in Action & Adventure Movies
#77243 Ranked in Drama Movies
Zui she xiao zi has an average IMDb audience rating of 5.6 (124 votes). The movie is not very popular with Reelgood users lately.
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Zui she xiao zi Overview
A semi-biography of a young Bruce Lee striving to perfect his fighting style and how he is continually threatened by other schools of Kung Fu, jealous of his power, ability and agility.