Movies To Watch With Your Dad Before You Die: Enter the Dragon

Jeff Lombardi

Jeff is a former high school English teacher who got out of the business for several reasons. He enjoys watching all sorts of movies and television shows and playing video games when his wife allows it. He credits Mystery Science Theater 3000 for developing his critical eye for film, and admonishes it for alienating him from kids his age because he couldn't just shut the hell up and watch the movie. You can find him on Flickchart under the username barrylutz. He tells me he would like to thank you for your interest in his profile. That is all.

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  1. Nigel Druitt Nigel Druitt says:

    This is, alas, still on my List of Shame. I have been wanting to rectify that for years.

  2. Enter the Dragon also has a great score by Lalo Schifrin at the peak of powers!

    There’s been a little backlash against this movie’s enormous popularity, in favor of Lee’s earlier Hong Kong movies, but this one is, for me, easily his best. Lee’s performances improved markedly over that short span of time and, while Fist of Fury/The Chinese Connection and Way of the Dragon/Return of the Dragon are good with different strengths, everything comes together in Enter the Dragon. It’s a true classic.

    After watching Enter the Dragon, I recommend watching Kentucky Fried Movie, which includes a very fun, extended parody of Enter the Dragon.