Tom Cruise in a fat suit as Les Grossman. I really didn’t know it was him but thought I recognized that voice. He did an excellent job in this movie, as always, I think. Still one of my favorite actors. He also did a dance with Jennifer Lopez at the MTV Music awards as Les Grossman.
These are the best fight scenes of my inspirational icon Bruce Lee from the movie “Enter the Dragon.”
Fight scene #1 : Bruce Lee Vs. Sammo Hung
This was the first of the fight scenes from Enter the Dragon. Bruce (Lee) was a t a Shaolin temple putting on an exhibition against a slighty bigger man played by Sammo Hung who later on went to star in many movies.
This is the final fight scene of Enter the Dragon in which Bruce finally gets to Han. They end up in a maze inside Han’s mansion and Bruce gets sliced up a bit from Han’s blade hand. But of course, Bruce ends up victorious, killing the evil Han.
Enter the Dragon was and is one of the greatest martial arts movies of all time. The fight scenes from Enter the Dragon were very brutal and life-like for its time. When martial arts movies were just getting ridiculous with people flying around and filled with flips and magic, Bruce proved that simple Kung Fu is actually more amazing to watch.
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First of the movies on this Bruce Lee movies list.
“Enter the Dragon” (1973) was the movie that made Bruce Lee and international hero. First of the movies Bruce Lee’s movies to be released in the U.S. This was the last movie Lee finished before his death. In it, he played a undercover agent that infiltrates an Asian crime organization via the crime lord’s (Han) annual martial arts tournament.
Chen is a city boy who moves with his cousins to work at a ice factory. He does this with a family promise never to get involved in any fight. However, when members of his family begin disappearing after meeting the management of the factory, the resulting mystery and pressures forces him to break that vow and take on the villainy of the Big Boss.
Bruce Lee stars as a Tang Lung who travels to Italy to help his relatives at their restaurant. Then he has to defend against brutal gangsters harassing them. This would be the first film for Chuck Norris that launched his movie career. Two martial arts legends going at it. Can miss that!
This would be Bruce Lee’s final film. Lee died before he could finish this film, so it had to completed with a stand in. Lee took on Dan Inosanto, Ji Han Jae, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the movie, which was really being put together in order to bring Lee’s beliefs regarding the martial arts to the forefront. Each fighting scene was an attempt to show the flaws of certain martial arts styles and fighting philosophies.