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Rating: 4.7 / 5.0 (298 votes)

Released: 2001-07-03

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The Last Dragon by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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Michael Schultz
Sony Pictures Home E
PG-13 (Parental Guidance)

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Taimak, Vanity, Stevie Wonder. A black Bruce Lee fan struggles to become Kung Fu master, defeat a neighborhood bully and charm a lovely video jockey. 1985/color/109 min/PG-13.


  • Taimak
  • Vanity
  • Christopher Murney
  • Julius Carry
  • Faith Prince


  • Anamorphic
  • Closed-captioned
  • Color
  • Dolby
  • Dubbed

Editorial Review

Get ready for some seriously big hair. The Last Dragon–or, to call it by its full title, Berry Gordy's the Last Dragon–is a stunning example of 1980s camp cinema. One-name kung fu wonder Taimak plays Leroy Green, a.k.a. Bruce Leroy, a humble student of kung fu who has achieved the highest level of skill, but hasn't yet found his inner master. Wandering through the streets of New York in a Chinese peasant outfit, he accidentally becomes the protector of nightclub hostess/video jockey Laura Charles (played by former Prince protégé Vanity, who also costarred in the trash classic Action Jackson). She's being threatened by a height-challenged mobster who wants her to play his girlfriend's video (the girlfriend is something of a Cyndi Lauper look-alike, played by Broadway star Faith Prince). Meanwhile, a man who calls himself Sho'Nuff, the Shogun of Harlem, wants to kick Leroy's ass and prove himself the baddest kung fu master in town. Add to this Leroy's smart-mouthed brother Richie (who calls Leroy “the chocolate-covered yellow peril”), a dregs-of-Motown soundtrack (DeBarge is a high point), ninja battles, pseudo-Eastern philosophical babble, and a jaw-dropping club performance by Vanity, and you have a hilarious example of why we're all so very glad the '80s are over. Featuring a bit role by William H. Macy (Fargo, Magnolia). –Bret Fetzer

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