Posted by Gentle Ben at seattleu.edu on April 27, 2000 at 21:17:51:
In Reply to: I'm a big Crow fan posted by MickCollins. on April 27, 2000 at 11:50:42:
: : : Its mean to rip the dead,but he was. And his mother is a greedy hooer. And his sister ain't no picnic.
: : Which pair of broken glasses were you wearing when you saw The Crow? Granted, Lee wasn't as buff as some of his martial arts counterparts of the day, but he was certainly no slouch, either.
: I actually have a Crow Movie poster signed by James O'Barr where he put his cigarette out on it. Why? No Clue. I said "Thanks a fucking lot" at the time, but now I kind of dig it. It's not about the flick. He was great in the flick. I mean in reality. He was a whiney fucking wimp. I've seen tapes of him practicing Martial Arts,he sucked. He knew Thai Boxing and some Jun Fan,and he was not very good at either. And,in interviews I have read, he was like "Yea, its sooooo hard to become an actor when you have to deal with your father's legacy.". Shut the fuck up. On the ladder of acting, being Bruce Lee's son puts his starting rung a tad higher then fuckers like Kevin Spacey,who came from nowhere and worked for years to hit it big. And His mother is still a hooer and his sister is also a whiner.
Give the guy a break he wanted to be known as an actor not a martial artist. He wanted to define his own legacy not retread the old territory his father had defined. Brandon Lee was offered the lead in the bio-pic about his Dad but he turned it down to do the Crow. Maybe he did get in the movie biz more easily cause his dad was such a fucking stud, but it's just as much of a challange to define your own legacy when everyone around you is telling you what and how you should be.
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