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Enter The Dragon (1973)

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0 out of 10 I didn't order this...
Ken from Dublin, 21 Jul 2009
...but was curious to see what a 70's movie looked like in Blu Ray and was stunned, you are effectively watching the original film print in your living room. Blu Ray renders DVD as redundant technology, it is what CD was to vinyl, except you'll never go back to dvd the way some people prefer vinyl for the sound, because the picture quality is so superior with Blu Ray, whereas in vinyl, the sound has a more natural sound to most people's hearing versus cd.
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3.5 out of 10 Enter the Dragon
CATHAL from Dublin, 12 Apr 2007
This is a classic. This is from 1973 so it is a bit dodgy(in a good way) and the story is a bit silly(also in a good way) There is just one word to describe Bruce Lee and that word is COOL. This film has been copied by a lot of people over the years. If you like the Matrix and Kill Bill then check this out to see where they got their inspiration. If you like slow mo fighting, POV action and zen coolness check this one out its where it all began.
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5 out of 10 What can I say!!
isobel from Dublin, 14 Jun 2010
Well, its bruce lee, is there anything more to say!!
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Twenty-five years following his untimely death, Bruce Lee remains the movies' supreme martial-arts star. And Enter The Dragon, fully restored, in stereo for the first time and containing 3 minutes not included in the original U.S. theatrical release, stands the test of time as the most popular martial-arts epic in film history. This 25th anniversary edition also includes Bruce Lee: In His Own Words, sharing film, video and audio material from the Lee family archives with...

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