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Enter The Dragon

11:25 Fri 09th Jul 2010 |

Enter the Dragon is one of the all time classic martial arts film. This is Bruce Lee's final film appearance and the film was released six days after his death. It is the first Chinese martial arts film to have been produced by a major Hollywood studio and has been deemed culturally significant.

The film is widely regarded as the best martial arts film of all time and is as popular as ever almost thirty years after its release. Despite being made on a shoestring the exotic locations and stunning action sequences still pop out of the screen.

This film shows Bruce Lee at his best; his speed and agility in the fight scenes is simply awesome and his acting is charismatic and fascinating. In addition, Enter the Dragon was choreographed entirely by Lee and his attention to detail was spectacular. The film is so good that many viewers who were previously not fans of the genre found themselves being converted.

Lee plays a Shaolin martial arts specialist from Hong Kong; when he gets an invitation to a martial arts competition he becomes embroiled in an undercover mission into drug trafficking and prostitution. Whilst investigating Han, another Shaolin student, during the competition Lee has to fight for his life and get revenge for his sister.

Cinema release 1973

Certificate 18

Available on DVD and Blue Ray

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