The Last Dragon


Action / Comedy / Drama / Music / Sport

IMDb Rating 6.9 10 11


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April 10, 2019


Chazz Palminteri as Joe Fine
Faith Prince as Angela Viracco
Julius Carry as Coach
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810.01 MB
23.976 fps
109 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jayjerkinproductions 10 / 10 / 10


This story is very inspirational with rooted lessons

Reviewed by generationofswine 4 / 10 / 10

An Honest Review

Can we give a shout out to 1985? Every so often there is a single year that has so many great movies it defines your watching habits. 1985 was one of them...and there were a couple more in the '90s...but 1985 wins it for having the most beloved childhood movies released. Ooooohhhhh, he had us all when he caught the arrow, didn't he? It is still awesome, that opening and...who cares about how dated it all is or how stupid Sho 'nuff looks with weird red get-up, this movie was too cool when you were a little boy. Leroy Green...he was totally Bruce Lee, or at least he was for a group of kids that were too young to know who Bruce Lee was...but not so young we didn't let this movie make us obsessed with Vanity. an adult...I am still not sure how Vanity became famous. We may have all been in love with here when we were little but...yeah, total confusion about the big deal was and some odd association with The Artist formerly known as that we weren't old enough to understand. was our introduction to women like Blacksploitation films, to everything as absolutely movie centered horrible that we could handle and as a little kid....we loved it. And as an adult, I can ignore the camp and the stupid parts enough to still love it. So much fun.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10 / 10

One of the most dated of all 1980s films

A super-cheesy US fight flick which has an unserious comic book-style atmosphere to it, along the lines of BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA or THE GOLDEN CHILD maybe, but with less fantasy. Watching this film is one huge dated experience, as every second is filled with bad '80s music, bad '80s fashions and some really REALLY cheesy bad guys dressed in ski masks. In fact I am halfway convinced that they went out of their way to make this film as cheesy as possible. Whatever the reasons, I didn't enjoy this film too much, due to the fact that there are far too many extraneous characters in the plot, too much comedy and not enough violence, far too much sitting around and talking in place of action, and far too long a running time to retain the interest. I counted only two martial arts fights in the entire movie until the finale, when predictably everything goes into overload, and the bits in between are pretty much boring. The film doesn't know whether it wants to be a blaxploitation movie, a comedy or a thriller and the different plot elements just do not gel. The acting is weak from an unmemorable cast, aside from a tiny role for William H. Macy if you keep your eyes peeled. Taimak is muscular but seems vain in the leading role and the bad guys are just bad over actors all the while. On the plus side, there are lots and lots of clips from different Bruce Lee movies to enjoy and some fairly decent fighting at the end of the film, although I could have done with less of the Chinese kid who just appears and starts kicking backside all the while. The final fight in the film is truly bizarre, as the two fighters suddenly start giving off different coloured auras and zapping each other with some of those cheesy computer effects I hate. Why the film becomes an out-and-out fantasy with superhuman fighters at this point I just do not know, as the scene is at odds with the realism of the rest of the movie and just doesn't make sense.

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