They Call Me Bruce?
Directed by Elliott Hong
They Call Me Bruce?
A Code Red Release! Enter the Dragon meets The Three Stooges in this uproarious comedy that The New York Times called “A Hysterically Insane and Inane Comedy Send-Up”. They Call Me Bruce is an outrageous comedy caper that takes on the mob, the FBI and just about everything else and leaves you holding your sides with laughter. This zany comedy features the celebrated Korean comic Johnny Yune (They Still Call Me Bruce) as a bumbling Bruce Lee lookalike who secretly dreams of emulating the Kung Fu king. This loveable klutz finally gets his chance when his job as an Italian chef takes him unsuspectingly into the dangerous world of the mafia. His new bosses send him off across the country delivering what “Bruce” thinks is Chinese flour, but is really cocaine. Along the way, poor “Bruce” is pursued by a wild assortment of characters, including Margaux Hemingway (Lipstick, Killer Fish) as a gangster moll who wants his precious cargo. Directed by Elliott Hong (Kill the Golden Goose).
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