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  1. Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    The most famous kung fu film, but not the best kung fu film, by far. Hell, it's not even the best Bruce Lee film. It's honestly not even that good to begin with, lost in its exposition and plot squall for half its length. This chokes the momentum, replacing it with too many characters, and too much cheekiness, without the action. Once it gets to furious fist-and-foot whams, it delivers. Finally.

  2. grotesc's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  3. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Maybe not my favorite martial arts movie, but I understand why it's held up as the gold standard by many. The pacing is great, it's very funny when it wants to be and the choreography whips a nearly unthinkable level of ass

  4. henr.que's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  5. FISCHER's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Pour qui ignore encore les codes et les aboutissants du genre, un excellent modèle ..... www.cinefiches.com

  6. That Geek With The Clip-Ons's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    It's one of the greatest martial arts movies ever! It's so sad that Bruce Lee died so young.

  7. Paul Mallinson's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    "The art of fah-ding widdout fah-ding."

  8. cherbourgdoll's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  9. Ethan's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    This is the movie that made Bruce Lee an international force to be reckoned with and it is also his most memorable film. He really does kick a lot of ass in this film. There's also some good philosophy in this film too.

  10. 5000yearoldbogmummy//Rhett's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Electrifying! A legitimate visual marvel, the camera beautifully weaving together with the performers in an elegant play of motion. Funny, sensitive, centered.

  11. Tutu888's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    One extra star for the mirrorscene.

  12. waywardwaters's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    The 70's introduced to the world a precious racial accident who dared to exploit and globalize a nation’s cultural substance for self-fame under the fraudulent name of egalitarian peace, rendering martial arts today as nothing more than a godless, homoerotic bro-fest. O “little dragon,” your masturbatory excuses for movies are fucking worthless and pitiful yang bloodline has been squelched. How do the maggots taste?

  13. Alex Vlad's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  14. André Graça's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  15. Diogo Quintela's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    3.5, o 0.5 é por causa do Bolo

  16. AdrianM.'s rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Ok ,i do admire Bruce Lee, but still i couldn;t find much greatness in this movie,except for the above the average acting/fighting scenes

  17. agartthaa's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  18. sepedakuning's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Best Bruce Lee film, also the peak of his career in movie industry.

  19. CafeGradiva's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

  20. msmichel's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    One of the all time great action films was the first one to be produced by a major american studio but unfortunately marked Bruce Lee's last completed picture .Amazing set pieces that certainly played to Lee's strengths. Compromised somewhat by the studio's need for 'american' stars in playing up John Saxon and Jim Kelly as equal heroes. Lee's fight with his sisters killer and the final mirror room battle amazing.

  21. benjaz's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Bruce Lee is a true legend, this is such a great film. 'Bullshit Mr Han Man'.

  22. Mary Anne Magajes's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    A BREATHTAKING STRIKING TITLE AND EDITING.

  23. THE APOLL0's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Ghost directed by Bruce Lee. Clouse was a figure head to get around Hollywood.

  24. Spencer Draper's rating of the film Enter the Dragon

    Despite the story being clunky and not as effective as it could be, despite the dated feel, despite everything-the first major US studio martial arts film still packs a punch 40 years on, mostly on the sheer intensity of Lee alone.

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