Enter the Dragon

Film

Martial arts

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Time Out says

The first of a burgeoning series of American film industry attempts to colonise the kung-fu market, this manages to be inferior to even the weakest of Bruce Lee's echt-Chinese movies. A sorry mixture of James Bond and Fu Manchu, it tacks together the exploits of a multi-national crew of martial artists converging on Hong Kong for a tournament, infiltrated by Lee - fresh from his Shaolin temple - on an assignment to bust an opium racket. Worth seeing for Lee, but still unforgivably wasteful of his talents.

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Release details

UK release:

1973

Duration:

98 mins

Cast and crew

Cinematography:

Gil Hubbs

Cast:

Yang Sze, Shih Kien, John Saxon, Bruce Lee, Bob Wall, Ahna Capri, Jim Kelly

Editor:

Kurt Hirschler, George Watters

Music:

Lalo Schifrin

Screenwriter:

Michael Allin

Producer:

Paul Heller, Fred Weintraub

Director:

Robert Clouse

Art Director:

James Wong Sun

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Mace

Oi guy saying british/English n I fuckin love this movie this guy cnt review n it's also has jackie chan awesome film

Mace

Oi guy saying british/English n I fuckin love this movie this guy cnt review n it's also has jackie chan awesome film

Tony

I will never again come back to this website. This is a 1973 movie so what the fuck do you expect asshole. You faggot british bastards should wonder why you enjoy pissing off people fucking dushbags

Tony

I will never again come back to this website. This is a 1973 movie so what the fuck do you expect asshole. You faggot british bastards should wonder why you enjoy pissing off people fucking dushbags

anon

It's just irresponsible to not even mention it's significance or popularity and the fact that this reviewer's opinion is most definitely going against the grain.

anon

It's just irresponsible to not even mention it's significance or popularity and the fact that this reviewer's opinion is most definitely going against the grain.

john

what exactly were Lee's talents i wonder. He was never a terrific actor. He was a martial artist and an action star. And that is exactly what this movie is. Some of the most compelling fight scenes in movie history. Complain about the plot or other elements all you like, but to suggest fists of fury, big boss, or way of the dragon are somehow more complex or artful is just absurd. You can't have it both ways. If you don't like this movie, you don't like Bruce Lee. Period

john

what exactly were Lee's talents i wonder. He was never a terrific actor. He was a martial artist and an action star. And that is exactly what this movie is. Some of the most compelling fight scenes in movie history. Complain about the plot or other elements all you like, but to suggest fists of fury, big boss, or way of the dragon are somehow more complex or artful is just absurd. You can't have it both ways. If you don't like this movie, you don't like Bruce Lee. Period