Enter the Dragon
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- Genres: Action / Thriller /
- Year: 1973
- Country: Hong Kong USA
- Cast: Bruce Lee: Lee, John Saxon: Roper, Kien Shih: Han (as Shih Kien), Ahna Capri: Tania, Angela Mao: Su Lin (as Angela Mao Ying), Jim Kelly: Williams, Robert Wall: Oharra (as Bob Wall), Bolo Yeung: Bolo (as Yang Sze), Betty Chung: Mei Ling, Geoffrey Weeks: Braithwaite, Peter Archer: Parsons, Li Jen Ho: Old Man (as Ho Lee Yan), Marlene Clark: Roper's Secretary, Allan Kent: Golfer, William Keller: Los Angeles Cop #1, Mickey Caruso: Los Angeles Cop #2, Pat E. Johnson: Hood (as Pat Johnson), Darnell Garcia: Hood, Mike Bissell: Hood, Hidy Ochiai: (unconfirmed),
- Storyline: Hong Kong circa 1973. Lee, a member of a Shaolin Temple, is a master of the physical and spiritual disciplines of the martial arts, and is being visited by Braithwaite, a British law officer. Lee has been invited to a tri-annual martial arts tournament held on an island owned by Han, a reclusive billionaire who was once a member of the Temple but has now become a renegade. Braithwaite believes Han uses his tournaments as cover for narcotic and prostitution activities. Lee reluctantly agrees to enter the tournament, but his reluctance to confront Han disappears when a Shaolin monk reveals that during the previous staging of this tournament, he and Lee's sister were accosted by several toughs led by Han's personal bodyguard, an American named O'Hara. In the ensuing confrontation the monk cut a deep scar on O'Hara's face but Lee's sister ultimately perished, and at her gravesite Lee vowes revenge for her death. Also attending the tournament are two American martial arts experts, John Roper and Kelly Williams, who served together in Vietnam and took differing paths toward martial arts upon their discharge - Roper is on the run from Mafia gambling debt collectors, while Williams was accosted by two racist cops whom he'd dispatched before stealing their car to escape. All three will soon find themselves at the mercy of Han and his army of martial arts fighters as he protects his underground factory of narcotics and prostitution. Download or Watch your favorite movies online. The biggest movie library where you can download latest movies in DVD, DivX and HD. New movies available in many different formats for all devices. Watch movies online or download. Direct Download DivX and DVD Movies, daily movie updates and DivX related News, Software and information. Download movies with this fantastic downloading movies service loved by over 100000 users. Welcome to the world's richest video collection! Best quality and fast movie download are guaranteed! Movies and Series are available in different formats for all players.
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Long held to be the grand-daddy of all martial arts films, Enter theDragon was recently re- released on DVD with the full treatment digital restoration, a few short scenes added back in, and interviewswith all of the surviving cast, plus some extras about the film and afew interviews with Bruce Lee.
Most of you have probably already seen it, as it's thirty years old,but even though the film is almost absurdly steeped in the 70s, itstill holds up remarkably well. Aside from dangerously wide lapels andsome corny era-related dialogue (most notably delivered by Jim Kelly,the film's only African American). Enter the Dragon still delivers thesame powerful punch it did three decades ago.
Of course, back then, it was merely the best martial arts film. Now,however, it is the chief testament to the grace and skill of Bruce Lee,and the only one of his four films that he had any sort of creativecontrol over and you can see the difference between this and his HongKong films easily.
Lee does a Tony Danza and plays Mr. Lee, a shao-lin warrior who isrecruited by a foreign government (it's assumed to be the English butis never explicitly stated) to infiltrate the island of a megalomaniacmartial artist named Han (Kien Shih) who holds tournaments to find thebest martial artists in the world. And because that's not enoughmotivation, it's also revealed that Han's bodyguard, Oharra (RobertWall) killed Bruce's sister three years ago. So, like every Lee movie,there is a personal vendetta involved, and like every Lee film, Bruce'scharacter asks forgiveness from his family for the deadly violence heis about to unleash. Along for the ride are gamblaholic Roper (JohnSaxon) and ghetto survivor Williams (Kelly).
The plot seems like a contrivance now, but that was before it wascopied to death in the last three decades. It's actually a plausibleand somewhat clever excuse to show people what they came to see BruceLee repeatedly kicking butt. From the opening fight scene (againstSammo Hung) through the fabulous finale where Lee single-handedly takeson half the island, the movie is a joy to watch on the physical level.It's the world's greatest martial artist at his peak, in a showcaseperfectly designed for him. It was an ideal if unintentional shrine tothe man.
Lee is not merely content to let us watch him bash people, though; someof his philosophy penetrates the movie, which is probably the realreason why Enter the Dragon has stayed so fresh so long. Lee talksabout spirituality with a young charge and even gives us an amusing andillustrative lesson in his 'art of fighting without fighting' whichis the credo of any real warrior. Lee also shows us the flip side; theshow-offs and power-hungry who are only in it for the physical andmaterial advantage. He takes care to show us how debased they arebefore dispatching them, however.
While Saxon and the rest of the cast are perfectly acceptable (JimKelly overdoes it a bit, but oddly that fits the film), Lee is terrificin this piece. Bruce Lee was a riveting performer and nowhere is thatbetter demonstrated than in this movie. It's a testament to his legacythat three decades later, no one has come close to his skill, andpeople are still stealing ideas from him (Kill Bill, etc.). It givesone pause while watching Enter the Dragon to think of just what BruceLee could have accomplished had he lived.
I suppose those who don't like martial arts wouldn't care for thisfilm, but I've seen it convert even unbelievers before. Lee is thatgood, and that charismatic, that you can't help but be drawn to him.Certainly his greatest film is worth checking out again on this spiffynew re- release. Even if you're not the biggest martial arts fan, howoften do you get to check out a legend at the top of his game?
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