Enter The Dragon (DVD)

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Enter The Dragon (DVD)

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Featuring masterful kung fu action by the legendary Bruce Lee, ENTER THE DRAGON is one of most renowned martial arts film of all time. The opium-smugg...

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ProCamp classic

ConsObviously a tad dated

Enter the Dragon is a classic 1973 Hong Kong based martial arts film directed by Robert Clouse and starring Bruce Lee. Lee (known simply as Lee in the film also) plays a Shaolin monk and martial arts expert sequestered by intelligence bigwig Braithwaite (Geoffrey Weeks) to investigate the...

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ProSuperb fight sequences, compelling plot and excell...

ConsStandard of fighting is not as magnificent as Way ...

A long time ago, way back in 1988, I watched a film which changed my life forever. The previous night, using our recently purchased VHS machine, my father had recorded a Kung Fu film for us to watch. At five years old, I had not had much exposure to films, and I had no idea what Kung Fu was or...

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Super

ProBruce Lee's best and final film, tons of special f...

ConsA poor audio track which only appears to use the f...

Way back in 1973, 35 years ago now, arguably the best martial artist the world has ever known filmed his final movie before his saddening and mysterious death in the same year. Bruce Lee starred in Enter the Dragon, a film that has made over $200 million worldwide to date and therefore is...

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“The name's Lee ... Bruce Lee”

published 16/07/2012

ProFight scenes, Western cinema style with Eastern co...

ConsNothing really

1973 was a year that came not long after James Bond was still a relatively fresh phenomenon, Sean Connery's dulcet Scot tones wooing ladies and making men envious left right and centre. Up until this era, martial arts films had their roots and their consistent parade firmly in the East, but...

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Excellent

“hoo wahhh!!”

published 03/10/2008

ProGreat martial art film with the master!

ConsSad end

This is Bruce Lee's final film and perhaps his best. It was definately his most popular and well known on a global scale. This film see Bruce as a Man named Lee who is a martial artist. He is invited to a tournament on an island owned by a man named Han. Not much s known about Han at first other...

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Excellent

“Enter the Dragon”

published 28/03/2005

ProA Masterpiece

ConsNone

The Plot A member of a Shaolin Temple Lee (Bruce Lee) is recruited by british intelligence to compete in a Martial Arts tournament that takes place on a private island owned by suspected drug dealer and all around bad egg, Han (Kien Shih). Lee is asked to find out as much information as he can...

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“Enter the Dragon”

published 19/05/2009

ProFights!!

ConsBad acting, bad plot

"You can call it the art of fighting without fighting." -- Lee (Bruce Lee) When you watch Enter the Dragon these days, it becomes pretty obvious, almost immediately, where films like Mortal Kombat and Conan the Destroyer got their inspiration from. This, the first kung film to be produced by a...

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Super

ProBruce Lee's real voice

Conspossibly outdated sixties feeling now

Great peice of martial arts work,showing the legendry Bruce Lee,Master of his own self styled, Jeet Kun Do possibly at his best. Co star John Saxon also puts in a great performance,all be it,using more conventional martial arts technics. The Basics of the story, Evil Martial arts Master Han,Holds...

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Super

published 25/10/2007

Ahhaa .. one of the best movies of our all time favorite star .. why wouldn't anyone want to buy this ... Jackie Chan is an inspiration !!!

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Excellent

“Great Martial Arts Film”

published 14/07/2011

ProReal experience

ConsNothing special

This movie is a classic sensational of that genre. It has such a great dated fill to it like other classic sixties and seventies films such as Goldfinger. I love the cast and their interaction. A Chinese, African American and white guy all fighting together like there's nothing out of the...

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Featuring masterful kung fu action by the legendary Bruce Lee, ENTER THE DRAGON is one of most renowned martial arts film of all time. The opium-smuggling plot is secondary to amazing and violent action scenes. The 25th anniversary edition features additional footage, an interview with Lee's widow, Linda Lee Caldwell, and "Bruce Lee: In His Own Words," a behind-the-scenes documentary.

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