This is considered by many to be one of the best of Li's films and for good reason. Though he has others worthy of the title (Chinese Stuntman, Dynamo) this one edges them out. Like any bio film it is loaded with creative licence, but be glad it is as the fights are a-plenty. It is also a fairly accurate Bruce Lee chronology as it follows him from Hong Kong to Seattle to Los Angeles and eventually back to Hong Kong again. They even use Bruce's real life friend Unicorn Chan to play himself. The recreations of Lee's sets, including Enter The Dragon, are done to good effect here. The film ends on a somber and bittersweet note as they leave the viewer with the idea that Bruce is thought to return in 1983, 10 years after his death.
But for Li fans (and even Lee fans) you can't go wrong adding this one to the library! A+