Comment: I bought this for my 17 year old brother in law for Christmas. He has become a Jet Li fan because of my influence, so I was more than pleased to add this to his collection. He has enjoyed it thus far.
Summary: disappointment awaits
Comment: This collection has poor subtitles, bad video quality, and false representation as to what is on offer, the first two movies are what they claim, where as the 2nd disc contains poor quality documentary on Jet Li, so may be great for a Jet Li fanatic, but not so a Jet Li movie buff!
Summary: Kung Fu movie fan
Comment: The Jet Li Collection has a nice interview with Jet Li, interspersed with footage from various film and "Lee-thal Weapon" shows footage of a very young Li Lainjie at wushu competitions.
The two movies that are included in this set are ok. The "Evil Cult" is kind of a standard period kung fu movie, with a reasonably standard plot (and acting skills). It's not as good as some of the classics with Jet Li (Once upon a time in China, Fong Sai Yook etc), but it's ok. Dr Wai is perhaps the more interesting movies as the story line is original and creative, although the action in the movie is very reminiscent of Indianna Jones type scenes. There's not a lot of kung fu, but the up side is there's also not a lot of plasticky hairpieces and rather stilted deliveries. It's also interesting to see Jet Li and Rosamund Kwan interacting on the screen not as Wong Fei Hong and Aunt 13.
The real minus is that Dr Wai, which seemed to have the most potential for being interesting/different, had sound only coming through one speaker and subtitles so blurry you could barely make them out.
For $11.99, it's probably worth it IF you're a Jet Li fan.
Summary: Totally Fun
Comment: I have not seen this particular collection but I picked it up for my sister for her birthday this year and for her it was great. A little background on her; She's 19 and loves anything Asian, yet she knows about *nothing* about Asian history, what she likes is it's culture now i.e. anime and Dir En Grey and one of her favorite pastimes is checking out Asian men. I, myself, *love* Jet Li films and think he's an amazing Martial Artists so I'm sure I'd love this collection anywhoo but for her she loved it because she thinks Jet Li and the many other Asians in the films were 'hot' and the martial arts in the films are simply a bonus since she enjoys violence also. She told me that and the that she thought the plots were weak but who cares because Asians are hot (She loved The Fast and the Furious, Tokyo Drift so what more can you expect).
Summary: wrong picture for dvd cover, or viewer isn't reviewing this collection, one or the other
Comment: One disc has evil cult and dr wai, and I think there are one other disc, with young jet footage and a long american crowd interview. All in this is worth viewing except dr. wai. This movie may be watchable in a good transfered version, but the subtitles are IMPOSSIBLE TO READ and the picture is the worst that I HAVE EVER SEEN for this new of a movie. So I will go over them all.
DR wai- pretty good, but impossible to watch with this version
Evil Cutl Master- very good movie, it's one of those frenetic movies where people have like special powers, but prett good. This movie has imbedded subs. but they were VERY EASY TO READ, which I have never experienced. They are outline in black very nicely. The picture quality is also very good. The sound quality is a =nother story, you will have to turn it up really loud. Aside from that, this version of the movie is good.
Interview, Highlights-----all worth watching, your average bonus feature, but a little better.