The Last Dragon (1985)
The scene showing afterimages of Leroy's arms in the final fight.
Playing in the movie theater when Sho Nuff first appears to challenge Leroy.
In "The Last Dragon", Leroy (Taimak), while teaching his students, wears a nearly identical yellow jumpsuit as Bruce Lee does in the final act of "Game of Death".
The release of "Rhythm of the Night" coincided with the release of the Motown film The Last Dragon, which featured the song as part of its soundtrack.
Mentioned by Johnny as he introduces Vanity
Poster visible in Video store
Master Loo's glowing power is a reference to Bruce Leroy and Sho'Nuff.
Dean taunting Hank with "Who da master?" and Hank's reply of "Sho'nuff!" are references to "The Last Dragon. "
the theme song is played
Barney says to Robin, "Who's the master, Leroy?"
Mentioned in dialogue.
also directed by Michael Schultz
mentioned by Jemele Hill
An ongoing theme until the end of the movie was Leroy Green's inability to beat Sho'Nuff until the climax of the movie. Leroy repeatedly has his head dunked in a tub of water by his arch-nemesis, causing him to have flashbacks of his martial arts master, and his love interest cryptically telling Leroy that he's actually a martial arts master, giving him the self-confidence to defeat Sho'Nuff. In the ending sequence of the game, Rex is unable to kill Sloan due to his programming. During this moment, Rex has a flashback of Dr. Elizabeth Darling's message reminding him of his human quality, allowing him to override his programming and defeat Sloan.
Film is a spoof of