Enter the Dragon (1973)
"The first American produced martial arts spectacular! "A martial artist agrees to spy on a reclusive crime lord using his invitation to a tournament there as cover.
They called him Bruce...
The film that should have put Bruce Lee over the top has him battling an
evil ring of drug dealers while out to avenge his sister's death ("You
offended my family and you have offended the Shaman temple."). It's a
that Bruce died so young (and that his son Brandon died even younger),
that he was as close to superhuman as possible. We can only imagine what
follow up vehicles would have been like.
One thing I do know from watching an old black and white interview with
Bruce was that he said he had kind of made it his goal in life to show
people around the world that there was more to martial arts than just
breaking boards and little men kicking big men in the crotch.
The plot itself is meaningless in light of Bruce's martial arts antics and
the antics of John Saxon and Williams. Particularly memorable is the scene
in the room full of mirrors. Give this a look ASAP.