Martial-arts fans will love this Bruce Lee tribute - cinephiles might be less satisfied.
Peter Bradshaw - Guardian [UK]
"I Am Bruce Lee" is a documentary that mostly praises a mighty icon in the world of martial arts. It's a thoughtful repackaging of information we've seen before.
Paul Chambers - Movie Chambers
It's safe to say that every inch of Bruce Lee's legacy has been covered and I Am Bruce Lee is just an excessive amount of icing added to an already well decorated cake.
Chris Sawin - Examiner.com
If you want to kick back and bask on Bruce Lee glory for ninety minutes, "I Am Bruce Lee" definitely fits the need.
Felix Vasquez Jr. - Cinema Crazed
Features some interesting testimony, useful background material, rarely seen home movie footage and great clips...
Philip French - Observer [UK]
Its odd agenda rather overshadows some fascinating archive footage and reminiscences from Lee's family.
Robbie Collin - Daily Telegraph
Watchable documentary that's chiefly notable for its archive footage of the man himself, though it's also all rather one-sided and there's very little here that will be new to Bruce Lee fans.
Matthew Turner - ViewLondon
Well-researched and essential viewing for Bruce Lee fans.
Allan Hunter - Daily Express
Baggy, braying and kinda unhelpful, this one is strictly for paid-up Lee lovers.
David Jenkins - Little White Lies
How does a small Chinese guy become the movies' greatest martial artist of all time? That question drives this reverential documentary about the man with the one-inch punch.
Jamie Russell - Total Film
Lee's legions of fans might get a kick out of this, but newcomers would do better to invest in a DVD of 'Fist of Fury'.
Tom Huddleston - Time Out
Chris Bumbray - JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Whether you're a mixed martial arts fan, a kung fu movie junkie or a pop culture enthusiast enthralled by Lee's iconic image, you'll find something in "I Am Bruce Lee" to enjoy.
Shawn Levy - Oregonian