History Film / EnterTheDragon

16th Jan '16 11:32:58 AM pratchettgaiman
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** Also, we're shown multiple times how scary O'Hara is...then he goes up against Lee, who barely breaks a sweat while wiping the floor with him
16th Jan '16 11:04:06 AM pratchettgaiman
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* CatchPhrase: Roper's appears to be "wanna bet?"
26th Dec '15 4:27:43 AM eroock
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'''''Enter the Dragon''''' is the fourth film (and final completed film) in the career of martial arts legend Creator/BruceLee. It premiered in August 1973, one month after Lee's untimely death. ''Enter the Dragon'' was the first of Lee's movies to premiere in America and the first to be recorded in English.
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'''''Enter ''Enter the Dragon''''' Dragon'' is the fourth film (and final completed film) in the career of martial arts legend Creator/BruceLee. It premiered in August 1973, one month after Lee's untimely death. ''Enter the Dragon'' was the first of Lee's movies to premiere in America and the first to be recorded in English.
8th Dec '15 12:25:06 PM Triglavjim
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Pretty sure she wasn't one of Han's daughters; Williams' death isn't mundane enough; pretty sure it was meant to be obvious that Bolo was killed; removing other tropes that are stretching it
* DaddysGirl: Han trained his daughters as his personal bodyguards on the theory that no one will be more loyal to him. One of them knocked Roper clear off his feet rather than give him a handshake, and [[spoiler:another is seen dead on the courtyard stage after the fight is over]].
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* DaddysGirl: Han trained his daughters as his personal bodyguards on the theory that no one will be more loyal to him. One of them knocked tosses Roper clear off his feet rather than give him a handshake, and [[spoiler:another is seen dead on the courtyard stage after the fight is over]].handshake.

* DaddysLittleVillain: Han's daughters are merciless.

** [[spoiler: Williams]] is killed by Han after being set up as a major character.

* GoodWeaponEvilWeapon: Lee uses a SimpleStaff or ''nunchaku'' on occasion and [[BareFistedMonk his own style of martial arts]] the rest of the time, while Han's evilness is emphasized by his penchant for sinister-looking [[WolverineClaws claw]] [[ArtificialLimbs hands.]]
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* GoodWeaponEvilWeapon: Lee uses a SimpleStaff or SimpleStaff, Eskrima sticks and ''nunchaku'' on occasion and [[BareFistedMonk his own style of martial arts]] the rest of the time, while Han's evilness is emphasized by his penchant for sinister-looking [[WolverineClaws claw]] [[ArtificialLimbs hands.]]

** Roper is a gambler who [[ThrowingTheFight begins to purposefully lose a fight]] in order to swindle a spectator out of money and is upfront about the fact that he [[ConMan plans to trick Lee into losing money]]. Despite this, he is still seen as charming to both the audience and the other characters. It's also apparent that he plans to double-cross Han at one point.
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** Roper is a gambler who [[ThrowingTheFight begins to purposefully lose a fight]] in order to swindle a spectator out of money and is upfront about the fact that he [[ConMan plans to trick Lee into losing money]]. Despite this, he is still seen as charming to both the audience and the other characters. It's also apparent that he plans to double-cross Han at one point.

* NothingIsScarier: We never see what part of O'Hara's body Lee landed on, but we see how powerful the jump is--and we see the disgusted reactions of Han, Roper, and Williams reacting to it.

* {{Stripperiffic}}: Bruce Lee's pair of black speedos in the first fight.

** Bolo is knocked out just before the climax, but one would expect him to wake up during the huge brawl at the end (or at least be shown getting rounded up at the end).
8th Dec '15 11:25:13 AM Triglavjim
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** An off-screen Curb Stomp Battle happened when some dumbass intruded on Bruce Lee's family area and scared his kids. [[PapaWolf Bruce Lee sent the guy to the hospital with one kick.]]
8th Dec '15 11:12:05 AM Triglavjim
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That's absolutely impossible because Yip Man was dead by the time Enter the Dragon began production
* TheCameo: Lee's real life mentor IpMan appears as a ferryman in a scene early in the film.
4th Nov '15 2:31:41 PM NekoSavior
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* {{Badass}}: Lee definitely. * BadassBoast: Before the match with Lee and O'Hara, the latter breaks a wooden board with his fist. Lee was not impressed with the display. --> Lee: "Boards don't hit back."
29th Sep '15 6:52:17 AM ChaoticNovelist
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** Lee's fight with Han's minions in the drug factory counts as well. By the time Lee's captured, he's already mowed down at least a couple dozen of them. *** To be specific, from the time the fight starts to the moment it ends, Lee takes down 50 people, most of them with one or two blows each.
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** Lee's fight with Han's minions in the drug factory counts as well. By the time Lee's captured, he's already mowed down at least a couple dozen of them. \n*** To be specific, from From the time the fight starts to the moment it ends, Lee takes down 50 people, most of them with one or two blows each.
28th Sep '15 10:32:42 PM Eaglelander
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* EvilPlan: Han has a long running one involving drug and SexSlave trafficking. He uses the tournament ro recruit new talent.
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* EvilPlan: Han has a long running one involving drug and SexSlave trafficking. He uses the tournament ro to recruit new talent.
1st Sep '15 6:06:13 PM ANTMuddle
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* GoodColorsEvilColors: The FinalBattle is a sign that this film was made in China. In chinese culture ''white'' is associated with death and ''black'' is associated with life. In the FinalBattle, Han's mooks all wear white (the grey security guards are few in number) and all of the freed martial artists fighting them wear black.
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* GoodColorsEvilColors: The FinalBattle is a sign that this film was made in China. In chinese culture ''white'' is associated with death and ''black'' is associated with life. In the FinalBattle, Han's mooks all wear white (the grey security guards are few in number) and all of the freed martial artists prisoners, who storm the gates after their release, fighting them wear black.
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