"Bruce Lee: Game Changer" (Johnnie Walker Ad) - The Mill VFX

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  10 October 2013
"We wanted to be as respectful to the man and legend as we could."

If they did, then they wouldn't make this shamefull commercial.Great CGI, but horible idea.
Leave the dead alone please! Have some respect!

"No Bucks, NO Buck Rogers!"

VFX rule no. 387
# Just redo it!

  10 October 2013
So now all the brand names are starting to use all these celebrities for free?

Using Bruce Lee to advertise an alcohol, is that really respectful?
  10 October 2013
Had the share this:

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  10 October 2013
Interesting perspective, Bruce Lee's daughter talks about the ad, saying it was a "tribute, not an ad," and addresses some of them other points as well (such as why he spoke Mandarin):

It's a tribute, not an ad
  10 October 2013
Bruce Lee drank. How exactly is this disrespectful? You dont know it's an ad for alcohol till the very end regardless. It's more of an uplifting commercial/message then one about being a lush.

As for the FX itself, it felt a little plastic to me, but still it was decent. Nice work to those involved.
  10 October 2013
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