Laugh Track: The Chinese Connection (1973) - Rotten Tomatoes

Laugh Track: The Chinese Connection (1973)





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After the kung fu instructor of Chen (Lee) is brutally murdered, Chen sets out to find the persons responsible for the killing. When he discovers that the killers are a Japanese gang, and that they are terrorizing his former school, Chen brings swift and deadly retribution to the evildoers. (Redubbed comic version.)


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This film is a classic but then all of Bruce's completed films are classics. There are strong anti-Japanese messeges (including one Japanese guy having a tash similar to a certain German dictator) in the film but it has been over 33 years since the film was made and so this can be put down to it being dated. Ultimately it is a film about injustice and Revenge. The Bushido School's general evilness, the injustice against the Chinese in Shanghai and Bruce's (called Chen in this one) hot headedness create a circle of violence which escalates completely out of control. This is an intensely gritty Kung Fu film unlike Bruce's later films which were more escapist in nature and Fist Of Fury has the highest body count in terms of Bruce actually killing people with those fists. The legendary 'Sick Man Of Asia' scene is amazing and the end of Kill Bill clearly homage's this so any Tarantino fan's will get an added joy out of watching this beautiful sequence. DO get the uncut versiĆ³n.

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