The Path of the Dragon

The Path of the Dragon

Produced and directed by Walt Missingham who, in 1983, became the first non-Chinese to practice Kung Fu at the Shaolin Temple, this authoritative and informative programme uses rarely seen archive footage to trace both the history of martial arts and the phenomenal impact Bruce Lee had on this culture. Narrated by Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee Keasler.

Produced and directed by Walt Missingham who, in 1983, became the first non-Chinese to practice Kung Fu at the Shaolin Temple, this authoritative and informative programme uses rarely seen archive footage to trace both the history of martial arts and the phenomenal impact Bruce Lee had on this culture. Narrated by Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee Keasler. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Heather M (ca) wrote: If it were not for this amazing cast I would have given up on the movie before the halfway mark. The story is completely ridiculous and the familial relationships are dark and disgusting. The love story between Frankie and Lassie was the only part of the story that was worth watching so I am glad things were resolved for them.

Mary Rose T (mx) wrote: Amazingly good the trailer does not do it justice!

Gabriel C (kr) wrote: The acting has improved. I wish I could say the same thing about the plot and humor.

Scot C (nl) wrote: A classic real American buddy flick.

Al M (nl) wrote: Again, Slumber Party Massacre III is helmed by a female director and again the film changes style dramatically. While the first film was a blend of slasher horror and campy humor and the sequel was a surrealistic comedy-nightmare, the third entry in the series takes a much darker route than its two predecessors and creates a brutal (if still sometimes funny) slasher film that still feels like an 80s slasher despite its somewhat late release date. Twisted, crazy, and bizarre, Slumber Party Masscare III represents yet another satisfyingly cheesetastic entry in the series.

Milfred O (kr) wrote: This film shows a very close, supportive family that manages to overcome many hardships by depending on each other.

Matthew H (br) wrote: This pile of mediocrity definitely is not Knotts' best at all. In fact, I would go as far to say its his worst. But, just because it is the star's worst movie doesn't always mean the movie itself is bad. The film marginal, in its own way.

Jacob G (es) wrote: Leon Morin, Priest feels more like a stage play than a film--almost all the action takes place in dialog, with only a few major sets. As such, to the modern viewer not used to such film-making will probably be bored to tears.The other major thing the modern viewer might not be used to is the serious way Melville tackles Christianity. These days Christianity is usually used in films with a smirk and then proceeds to completely dismantle religion. Emmanuelle Riva's character tries to be this modern voice toward the beginning of the film--she argues with Leon Morin (played by Jean-Paul Belmondo), a banter of the minds that both participants enjoy. However, where the modern film would probably have Morin losing his faith, no such thing takes place here.Intertwined with the religion is the issue of love. Leon Morin, Priest is really more of a love story than a religious one. Which it does quite well--but I'll leave that a person to discover on their own.

Ken S (kr) wrote: A lot of good shtick.

Zoran S (br) wrote: An excellent example of why Siegel was a fantastic director. Here he elevates generic B-Western material and turns it into a tense action movie. Solid direction and a young Lee Marvin!

Barry T (es) wrote: Great performances all around in paticular Bell.

Nicki M (de) wrote: I liked it, but that ending was terrible.