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Four Fingers of the Dragon (2003)

 -  Short | Action | Comedy  -  15 March 2003 (USA)
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The Making of the Dragon is a comedic satire (not a spoof) of the Kung-Fu film genre. Shot as a "Behind-the-Scenes" look at how a fictional Kung-Fu movie is made, the film is basically a ... See full summary »

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Jules Grant
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Li
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Kong
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Chan
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The Making of the Dragon is a comedic satire (not a spoof) of the Kung-Fu film genre. Shot as a "Behind-the-Scenes" look at how a fictional Kung-Fu movie is made, the film is basically a movie about the making of a movie. The fictional film "The Dragon" tells the story of how a young boy, who's master is killed by a group of thugs, grows up to avenge his teacher's murder. The lead character of Bruce is a tribute to the late great martial arts legend and portrays many of the stereotypical characteristics and ideosyncrasies that distinguished his illustrious career. The Making of the Dragon emphasizes and exaggerates all the overly dramatic moments, simplistic storylines and farcical elements that make up the films of the Kung-Fu genre. Written by Kevin Fukunaga

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Great laughs thru and thru

"Four Fingers"! A karate chop full of laughs! The satire is excellent, but I wish some of the hilarious subtitles were left up on the screen a little longer. Maybe it's just a plot to get me to watch it over and over again. Either way, it works!


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