Enter the Dragon

A better-than-average kung fu flick that launched Bruce Lee to international stardom. Lee stars as the martial arts equivalent to James Bond who is hired by the British to stop a group of opium dealers in a rather prestigious, but mysterious martial arts club. The plot isn't executed well at all; most viewers miss it all together, but that isn't what's important. There is so much fighting, flipping, kicking leaving the viewer absolutely stunned! Yes, it would have been nice if the plot was better (giving a reason for all this violence) but that's okay because it will keep you entertained. This is one of the best martial arts films I've ever seen.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Bruce Lee, John Saxton, Jim Kelley, Ahna Capri, Yang Tse, Angela Mao, Jackie Chan

Directed by:

Robert Clouse


1973 martial-arts/action

Rated R.


Don Ignacio's score: B+

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