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Four Fingers of the Dragon (2003)

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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Kevin Fukunaga
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Cast

Credited cast:
Davis Choh ... Bruce
Sarah Reilly Sarah Reilly ... Jules Grant
James Huang ... Le
Depp Lee Depp Lee ... Li
Eddie Mui ... Kong
Stephanie Kwong ... Ling
Ryun Yu ... Chan
Eric Ritter ... Stunt Stud
Stevo Polyi Stevo Polyi ... Rick Shaw
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicole Bilderback ... Herself
Traci Bingham ... Herself
Bolt Birch Bolt Birch ... Karate kid
Sean Catian Sean Catian ... Thug #5
Coolio ... Himself
John de Lancie ... Himself
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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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Short | Action | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 2003 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Very funny, and enjoyable for all ages...
4 October 2002 | by msully316See all my reviews

This movie was hysterical(not sure of the spelling, was a computer major). I showed it to my family(ages 5-73) and they all laughed throughout the whole movie. The fight scenes were great, the interviews were really funny. The acting was also great, especially the guy in way back of the field with the clipboard and the camera.


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