Dragon Lives Again

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"This film is dedicated to millions who love Bruce Lee"
  • R
  • 1977
  • 1 hr 26 min
  • 5.3  (369)

Dragon Lives Again is a 1977 Hong Kong martial arts fantasy film directed by Law Kei and starring Siu-Lung Leung, Ie Lung Shen, and Ching Tang. The film is also known as Deadly Hands of Kung Fu, Dragon Lives and Dragon vs. Seven Killer of Yang-zi. It follows the story of Bruce Lee, the legendary martial artist, who finds himself in the afterlife where he must fight various characters from different cultures and eras.

The movie begins with the death of Bruce Lee, who wakes up in the underworld. He is confronted by a demon named The King of Hell, who informs Bruce that he is not destined to join his ancestors in heaven or hell, and that he should remain in the afterlife to serve them as a guardian. Bruce refuses and instead fights his way out of the underworld, defeating various adversaries such as James Bond, The Godfather, The Exorcist, Dracula, and Clint Eastwood's character from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

Throughout the film, Bruce encounters several allies, including Popeye the Sailor, Zatoichi, and Emmanuelle, who help him in his mission to defeat the villains who control the afterlife. Along the way, he falls in love with the Egyptian goddess Isis and helps her fight off her enemies.

The film is a combination of martial arts, fantasy, and action genres, with elements of comedy and satire thrown in. It is a playful take on the afterlife and the iconic characters and figures that Bruce Lee encounters.

The fight scenes are choreographed brilliantly, with Siu-Lung Leung displaying his impressive martial arts skills throughout the film. The film also has several humorous moments, such as when Bruce Lee teaches Popeye the Sailor how to use nunchucks.

The film's soundtrack features several famous theme songs, including the James Bond theme, the theme from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, and the theme from The Magnificent Seven. The use of these famous themes adds an additional layer of humor and nostalgia to the film.

One of the notable aspects of the film is its portrayal of Bruce Lee. The film depicts Bruce as a heroic figure who is determined to fight for what is right, even in the afterlife. The character is portrayed with respect and admiration, and the film showcases his martial arts prowess to its fullest extent.

In conclusion, Dragon Lives Again is a must-watch for fans of martial arts, comedy, and fantasy films. It is a unique and entertaining movie that offers a fresh perspective on the afterlife and some of the most iconic characters from popular culture. The film's blend of genres, impressive fight scenes, and humor make it a standout movie in the martial arts genre.

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    1 hr 26 min
  • IMDB Rating
    5.3  (369)