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Enter the Dragon (Blu-ray)

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on 2/28/2013

I am very pleased with this blu-ray version of Enter the Dragon. The picture quality seems fine to me, however my big screen is getting old so I may not be a good judge of that. It also features commentary from one of the directors (I think). I plan to listen to this next time I watch the movie.

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Product Overview

Over three decades following his untimely death, Bruce Lee remains the movies' supreme martial arts star. His masterful final film, Enter the Dragon, stands the test of time as the most beloved martial arts epic in film history. This box office hit takes Lee to the island fortress of criminal warlord Han, whose martial arts academy covers up opium smuggling and prostitution activities. To avenge the death of his sister, Lee infiltrates the stronghold and enters Han's brutal tournament-a breathtaking visual feast of competitions fusing skills in karate, judo, tae kwon do, tai chi chuan and hapkido, staged by Lee himself. What a kick!

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Studio Warner
SKU 204238641
UPC 085391132653
UPC 14 00085391132653
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 4/17/2007
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Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  2.40:1
Cast & Crew
Ahna Capri - Actor
Bruce Lee - Actor
George Watters - Editor
Gil Hubbs - Cinematographer
Jim Kelly - Actor
John Saxon - Actor
Kurt Hirschler - Editor
Lalo Schifrin - Original Music By
Michael Allin - Writer
Raymond Chow, et. al. - Producer
Robert Clouse - Director
Reviews
ReviewSource San Francisco Chronicle
Review Enter the Dragon may not be a perfect movie in the ultimate scheme of things, but it has become legendary because it was Bruce Lee's last completed film, and it is also a form of testament...Movies may become classics for many reasons, only one of which is film craftsmanship. Another is that they preserve the spirit of a great star, which is the case with Enter the Dragon...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...The movie is one of those lurid '70s spectacles in the tradition of a James Bond thriller. It has an extravagant villain and involves international skullduggery at a martial-arts tournament on an island fortress near Hong Kong.
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Reviewer Bob Graham
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource DVD Verdict
Review I consider reviewing Enter The Dragon to be both an honor and a challenge, both for the same reason: Enter The Dragon is a classic, the zenith of martial arts movies. Its star, Bruce Lee, was an amazing man, not just for his fighting prowess (though could anyone dare claim to be better?) but also for his philosophy. Bruce Lee was to martial arts what Charlie Chaplin was to comedy, Babe Ruth to baseball, or Mozart to music: he didn't invent it or define it...he perfected it...Enter The Dragon should be a part of any movie collection, particularly of those who enjoy pure action...If you are interested in learning more about Bruce Lee, there are two books I would highly recommend. First is his book, "The Tao Of Jeet Kune Do." Sure, you could look at it as a martial arts training manual, but then you'd miss 99% of what he is saying. Martial arts are about more than just fighting...it is a philosophy and a way of life.
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Reviewer Mike Jackson
ReviewRating 9
Features
DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 2.40:1, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled, No Longer Produced
Quotes
Christopher Null, FilmCritic.com A classic of its genre that must be seen by any self-respecting movie buff.
Danny Peary, Guide for the Film Fanatic Arguably the most entertaining, colorful and spectacular kung-fu movie ever made.
John J. Puccio, DVD Town ...it's still great entertainment and remains a first-class action thriller in first-class style.
Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide Almost perfect Kung Fu film...
VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever Spectacular fighting sequences...

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