History Film / EnterTheDragon

16th Oct '17 5:31:32 AM Triglavjim
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-->'''Roper''': ''Nobody's more loyal than Daddy's little girl.''

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-->'''Roper''': ''Nobody's more as loyal than as Daddy's little girl.''
1st Oct '17 4:02:15 AM StarTropes
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* MeaningfulName: ''Roper'' is a con man who ''ropes'' people into his bets.
1st Oct '17 3:26:20 AM StarTropes
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* WarriorMonk: Lee, courtesy of his Shaolin training.
16th Sep '17 5:32:45 PM StarTropes
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* CulturedWarrior[=/=]GeniusBruiser: Lee isn't just a kickass fighter; he's also a philosopher, as his teacher taught him.


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* APupilOfMineUntilHeTurnedToEvil: How the teacher describes Han, who took the Shaolin teachings and used them for crime.
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* MissionBriefing: Braithwaite gives Lee one before sending him to Han's island.
27th Aug '17 9:43:14 AM Triglavjim
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* 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."



* GroinAttack: Lee's sister gives one to O'Hara in a flashback, Lee also delivers one to O'Hara during their fight, and Roper gives one to Bolo.

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* GroinAttack: Lee's sister gives one to O'Hara a mook in a flashback, Lee also delivers one to O'Hara during their fight, and Roper gives one to Bolo.
21st Aug '17 12:38:11 PM Black_Diesel
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20th Aug '17 6:29:02 AM Triglavjim
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* BondVillainStupidity: Han actually captures Lee at one point, after Lee has wiped out dozens of guards and made his intentions to sabotage Han's operation all too clear. But unlike how he handled Williams, Han doesn't kill Lee. Instead, he tries to get Roper to fight him to the death, perhaps to test Roper's loyalty. However, Roper refuses (not really to Han's surprise) and chaos ultimately ensues.

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* BondVillainStupidity: Han actually captures Lee at one point, after Lee has wiped out dozens of guards and made his intentions to sabotage Han's operation all too clear. But unlike how he handled Williams, Han doesn't kill Lee. Instead, he tries to get Roper to fight him to the death, apparently to set some kind of example (he calls it "edification") and also perhaps to test Roper's loyalty. However, Roper refuses (not really to Han's surprise) and chaos ultimately ensues.
19th Aug '17 2:05:45 PM Triglavjim
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* SoulBrotha: Williams is a skilled and afroed martial artist that is "too busy looking good" to have time for losing.

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* SoulBrotha: Williams is a skilled and afroed martial artist that is "too busy looking good" to have time for losing. This dude is so cool the music even changes to become funkier when he makes his first appearance after the credits scene.
17th Aug '17 11:56:24 AM Triglavjim
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* ItsPersonal: Lee's rivalry with O'Hara stems from the death of his sister.



* ShoutOut: One scene shows Lee dealing with an arrogant fellow contestant who wants a fight. Lee says the boat is too cramped for a duel, so they should take one of the lifeboats to a nearby island and settle things there. As soon as the other guy gets in, Lee kicks the lifeboat down and lets the poor schmuck get dragged behind the boat. This is a direct reference to Tsukahara Bokuden, who is believed to have done the same thing once.

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* ShoutOut: One scene shows Lee dealing with an arrogant fellow contestant who wants a fight. Lee says the boat ship is too cramped for a duel, so they should take one of the lifeboats to a nearby island and settle things there. As soon as the other guy gets in, Lee kicks the lifeboat down and lets the poor schmuck get dragged behind the boat. This is a direct reference to Tsukahara Bokuden, who is believed to have done the same thing once.



* StormingTheCastle: The climax plays with this trope slightly by having the force that attacks the villain's base be released prisoners kept on that base.

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* StormingTheCastle: The climax plays with this trope slightly by having the force that attacks the villain's base be released prisoners kept on that base.freed from within.



* TheBrute: Bolo.



--> '''Lee:''' You have offended my family and you have offended The Shaolin Temple.

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--> '''Lee:''' You have offended my family family, and you have offended The Shaolin Temple.



* WhatTheFuAreYouDoing: A {{Mook}} who has been given little training trying to use nunchucks while he thinks no one can see. His obvious mistakes give away his inexperience to Lee, who proceeds to demonstrate how it's done. This may not be shown on the edit/cut/version you're watching, though.



** 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

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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 himhim.



* YouKilledMyFather: Lee's rivalry with O'Hara stems from the death of his sister.

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* YouKilledMyFather: Lee's rivalry with O'Hara stems from the death of his sister.
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