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Enter the Dragon

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Hong Kong, United States · 1973
Rated R · 1h 42m
Director Robert Clouse
Starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon, Jim Kelly, Sek Kin
Genre Action

Lee is one of the best fighters around, so when he receives an invitation to compete in a martial arts tournament hosted by Han, a suspected crime lord, he agrees to work as a spy to learn more about Han's operation -- but to get close to Han, he'll need to get through the tournament.

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Time Out by

Worth seeing for Lee, but still unforgivably wasteful of his talents.


San Francisco Chronicle by Bob Graham

Enter the Dragon goes far beyond the philosophical, of course. Its best sequences, and the only real reason for seeing it again, involve Lee's phenomenal physical and emotional presence.


Slant Magazine by Chris Cabin

The lack of sentimentality helps focus the viewer on what the film depicts exceptionally well, namely wanton bad behavior and enthralling, wall-to-wall ass-kicking.


Empire by Ian Nathan

It's not a great film, but Lee's superhuman skills make it an occasionally jaw-dropping experience.

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