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Enter The Dragon - Special Edition (2 Discs)

Featuring: Bruce Lee, John Saxon & Ahna Capri

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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  Iconic...

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Enter the dragon is a very iconic and stand out film. Theres some great action, a good script and a good feel about the film. Lee puts in a great performance and looks genuinely scary in his fight scenes! A Classic!

  "MR HAN, SUDDENLY I WOULD LIKE TO LEAVE YOUR ISLAND"

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The orginal kung-fu classic, fronted by none other than the late great Bruce Lee. The plot is a vehicle for plenty of brilliant fight scenes as Bruce infiltrates an island hosting a martial arts tournament. The body count is HIGH and the martial arts scenes are the best ever put to film. A must watch for any Van Damme, Seagal, Lundgren, Brandon Lee fans....this is what broke down the door for martial arts in Hollywood!!

  BEST OF THE BEST

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This was Bruce Lee's finest achievement in film making, Sadly Lee passed away 3 weeks before the film that made him a global superstar was released.
The fight scenes all staged by the fantastic Bruce Lee are simply breathtaking and Enter The Dragon raised the bar for all other martial movies that have come since.
I loved this movie and cannot recommended it any higher to fans of martial arts films.

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  "It is like a finger pointing away to the moon."

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This review is easy - the film is absolute class. In my opinion, Bruce Lee is the Grand-Daddy of all the martial artists (tho in fairness, Jet Li is a close second) and he is breath-taking in this film. If you don't have it - get it without a second thought!!

  The ultimate martial arts movie

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Bruce Lee is a sholin monk who is recruited by an agency to gather infomation on a Mr Han who lives on an isolated island that lies patialy in Hong Kongs waters , who appears to be holding more than just an occasional martial arts tournament , Lee also has a Personal reason to attend , leading to fights ( coreographed by Lee ) that show Lee's amazing skill , speed and flexability not to mention his mastery with weapons (which he only learnt for his movies) He also used this film to put across some buddist philosophy this film inspired generations of people to take up martial arts ( look out for Jackie Chan in the audience when Lee fights O'Hara)

  The ultimate martial arts movie

| | See all russnutter's reviews (239)

Bruce Lee is a sholin monk who is recruited by an agency to gather infomation on a Mr Han who lives on an isolated island that lies patialy in Hong Kongs waters , who appears to be holding more than just an occasional martial arts tournament , Lee also has a Personal reason to attend , leading to fights ( coreographed by Lee ) that show Lee's amazing skill , speed and flexability not to mention his mastery with weapons (which he only learnt for his movies) He also used this film to put across some buddist philosophy this film inspired generations of people to take up martial arts ( look out for Jackie Chan in the audience when Lee fights O'Hara)

  worth every penny

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This is a brilliant film. Simple as. Plus you get hours of extras including the lost game of death footage that bruce lee recorded before his tragic death. I'd pay £5 alone just for that

  concentrate on Bruce or you will miss all the heavenly glory

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The movie that introduced the western world to the magic of Bruce Lee! A film that doesn't dissapoint.Sure it takes elements of James Bond (cat loving villain Mr Han) but then mixes awe inspiring fight scenes to create the movie that created a legend.The extras on the second disc are also excellent with the brilliant "curse of the dragon" doc focusing on the rise and fall of a master to the doc "a warrior's journey" which focuses on the exhaustive effort to recreate key scenes from the unfinished "game of death" and attempts to show the film in the way Bruce intended.
All in all if you need an introductory film into martial arts movies then start with this,the very best!