"Once upon a time in Hollywood," filmmaker Quentin Tarantino was perhaps a big hit at the box office, earning $ 40 million domestically on the opening weekend. However, there is one person who is not too enthusiastic about the comedy drama.
Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon said in a recent interview with The Wrap, which was released on Monday, that it was "daunting" to see her father portrayed in the 1969 film era.
WARNING: SPOILERS DOWN
"It looks like an arrogant hole that was full of hot air," Shannon told the news agency. "And not someone who had to fight three times as hard as one of these people to achieve what was given to so many others."
"AVENGERS: ENDGAME" IS NOT THE LARGEST FILM OF ALL TIMES THAN THIS CLASSICAL FILMS
Shannon, who had watched the movie over the weekend, admitted that "it was really uncomfortable to sit in the theater and perform Listen to people who laugh at my father ".
In real life, she said her father often tried to avoid fighting. In the movie, "He's the one with all the trouble, and he's the one who challenges Brad Pitt, which is not what he was," she explained.
In the film, Brad Pitts character Cliff Booth exchanges insults with Bruce Lee (played by Mike Moh) before the pair finally settles on a three-round fight.  "I can understand all the arguments behind what's being portrayed in the movie," Shannon said earlier in the interview. "I understand that the two characters are anti-heroes and that's kind of a rage-fantasy about what would happen … and they" It's a time when there's clearly a lot of racism and exclusion.
& # 39; ONCE IN HOLLYWOOD & # 39; CAN LION KING IN THE BOX OFFICE NOT DETHRONE.
"I understand they want to do the Brad Pitt is a super villain who could beat Bruce Lee," she continued. But they did not have to treat him as white Hollywood did when he was still alive.
Per The Wrap, Shannon said that Tarantino might have tried to make a point about how Lee was stereotyped for her, "it does not come over that way."
GET THE FOX NEWS APP
As for Moh, Shannon said she had no problems with the 35-year-old actor and noted that he had done a good job with some of the mannerisms of her deceased father and his Voice.
"But I think he was encouraged to be a caricature," added Shannon, who continues her father's legacy via a website, her podcast, and the Bruce Lee Foundation.
July 26, shows Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie as residents of a 1969 Los Angeles-based film in which old Hollywood faded and the Manson family rose.
A representative of Tarantino did not respond immediately to the request by Fox News according to comments.
The Associated Press has contributed to this report