Enter the Dragon

Enter the Dragon
Enter the Dragon
  • R
  • 1h 37m
  • 1973
Certified Fresh94%
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Bruce Lee explodes onto the screen in the film that rocketed him to international superstardom, Enter The Dragon. Recruited by an intelligence agency, martial arts student Lee (Lee--Fists of Fury, The Chinese Connection) participates in a brutal tournament at a remote island fortress in an attempt to gather enough evidence to convict the international drug-trafficker responsible for the murder of Lee's sister. In the now-classic fight-to-the-death finish, two men enter a mirrored maze, but only one will exit...
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Certified Fresh94%
Critics Consensus: Badass to the max, Enter the Dragon is the ultimate kung-fu movie and fitting (if untimely) Bruce Lee swan song.
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Legendary Bruce Lee action tale has violence, sex, cursing.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Enter the Dragon is a classic 1973 Bruce Lee martial arts movie. Unsurprisingly, there's frequent martial arts-style violence -- lots of kicking and punching, but also characters killed by having their necks broken, a scene in which a woman commits suicide through hari-kari, a death by hanging, and another character getting impaled by a spear. The villain's nefarious activities include peddling heroin and turning drug-addicted women into international sex slaves. The women are offered to the heroes, and there's brief female nudity in the bedroom, as well as imagery of a drugged-up, hippie-style party. Occasional profanity is heard, including a racist slur used by police officers. There's also some drinking and cigarette smoking.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Action
  • Release Date:August 15, 1973
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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