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Enter Three Dragons
The Lama Avengers / Three Avengers / The Dragon on Fire

Hong Kong 1981
produced by
Joseph Lai, Tomas Tang for Asso Asia
directed by Joseph Kong Hung, Godfrey Ho (co)
starring Bruce Lai, Bruce Thai, Dragon Lee, Bolo Yeung (= Yang Sze), Philip Ko, Fong Yau, Tiger Yeung Cheng Wu, To Siu Ming, Kong Do, Alexander Grand, Leung Siu Wa, Hugh McCrory, San Kuai, Lee Hoi San
written by Joseph Kong Hung


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Gangster Sammy has got a problem: When he was supposed to deliver some diamonds, he was knocked out, the guy he was supposed to deliver the diamonds was killed - and the diamonds, well, they were gone. Now Sammy's boss thinks Sammy has stolen the diamonds and puts a contract out on him. So Sammy calls his friends for help, George, Min Yan, and two guys called Dragon who are constantly confused for one another for no apparent reason other than tht they both desperately try to mimic Bruce Lee.

Soon, it becomes clear that Sammy has been framed by one of his boss's associates, Kao Fei, and sammy can even convince Shih Tung of his innocence - but too late, Kao Fei soon puts a plan into action to kill Shih Tung, and furthermore, he has one of the Dragon's and Min Yan's sister Katie kidnapped.

Sammy, George, Min Yan and the other Dragon are soon on their way to save the two, but on their way, George is killed and Sammy is crippled by Bolo (Bolo Yeung). Min Yan and the other Dragon free Katie and the kidnapped Dragon though, take care of Bolo, then try to defeat Kao Fei - but he's a master martial artist, and he ultimately kills Dragon. Enter Dragon's brother Bruce (Dragon Lee), who has been trailing his brother all through the film, and who now beats Kao Fei to a pulp.


One of these bruceploitation flicks that's so bad that it's above all else extremely funny: The inclusion of not one but three Bruce Lee-imitators for no apparent reason is almost hilarious, the film's narrative is so disjointed and shifting in mood that it suggests it's actually edited down from (at least) two movies, the plot as such is so silly it seems to shout out "hey, what do you need a story for if you've got Bruce Lee-impersonators", and on a directorial level, nobody seems to have cared too much to make sense of it all.

That all said, while the film is funny, it's not exactly a laugh riot, there are way too many extended and mediocre old-school fight scenes to create pure excitement - but still, if you're a trash movie lover, you'll probably like this one.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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