Branded as "a movie like you have never seen before", I was immediately irritated by the fake-looking fighting scenes. For any martial artist these are clearly done by actors who do choreography without knowing how to fight. As weird as it is, 40 years after Bruce Lee, very few actors in movies show true exceptional fighting scenes as reflected by speed, power, agility in the way Lee did.
So already now, and without having seen the full movie, I find the scenes disappointing. The Bruce Lee movies had a degree of realistic imperfections, but this movie has all the gadgetery and computer animation of a Hollywood movie with all its fakeness, such as the unrealistic delays of someone 'hanging' in the sky caused by cables, unrealistic timing, tai-sabaki that is simply too slow to be realistic and that can only be the result of a previously agree pattern carried out by someone who does not have the explosive force of a trained martial artist: