don't mind crawling around to find the remaining ounces of poison left by Srividhya of Apoorva Sagothargal. Every Friday, when a new film is released, we have no choice but to digest unapologetic acting on screen. Bruce Lee or Bruise Lee that I prefer naming this film, has been promoted as a black comedy film. Black humour which is also called black comedy involves writing that juxtaposes morbid or ghastly elements with comical ones that underscore the senselessness or futility of life.
was what I was severely diagnosed with, as a result of Bruce Lee. There are all kinds of murky plot debris involving some time-bomb suspense, dancing by desi hero GVP, bizarre romantic scenes, and lots of failed humour.
completely not bothered by the earlier comment made, simply flashes a smile, “oru vellai unmaiyile acid adichu irunthaana?”
hopelessly incompetent groan-inducing
The director of Bruce Lee has worked as an assistant under National Award Winning Director Pandiyaraj who has given us classics such as Pasanga. I can’t fathom what went wrong in the learning. These are the students who you know learnt nuts from a Guru who probably have juggled balls and blew fire in the class, in an attempt to make learning fun and meaningful. This would have been the Guru who gave his heart and soul teaching all those 21st century competencies, instilling values and skills. This would have been the Guru who geniunely believed every student has learnt one or two from his painstakingly well-prepared lessons. Sadly, nothing was learnt.
Bruce Lee’s director was indeed honest enough to put up the disclaimer in the beginning title credit stating that this film was copied and inspired from several films. Thanks for the warning. Please add that you also copied an entire dance sequence from another film.