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The Last Dragon: 30th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray) Official AVS Forum Review



Check out our review of this cult classic martial arts homage that follows Leroy Green (A.K.A. "Bruce Leroy"), who dreams of becoming a great martial artist like his idol Bruce Lee, as he searches for the "master" to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery known as "the glow." Along the way, he must fight an evil martial arts expert and rescue a beautiful singer from an obsessed music promoter.



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84



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Studio and Year: Sony Pictures - 1985
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Feature running time: 108 minutes
Genre: Martial arts/action

Disc Format: BD-50
Encoding: AVC
Video Aspect: 1.85:1
Resolution: 1080p/24

Audio Format(s): English DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio, French/Portuguese/Spanish Mono
Subtitles: English, English SDH, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai
Starring: Taimak, Julius J. Carry III, Vanity, Faith Prince, Chris Murney, Leo O’Brien, Glen Eaton
Directed by: Michael Schultz
Written by: Louis Venosta
Region Code: A,B,C

Blu-ray Disc release Date: August 25, 2015


"Who is the Master…?"


My Take:

Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon celebrates its 30thAnniversary by debuting for the first time on Blu-ray and tells the story of martial arts student Leroy Green (Taimak) who is on a quest to obtain the elusive all-powerful force known as “The Glow.” Along the way, he must battle the evil, self-proclaimed “Shogun of Harlem” – a kung fu warrior also known as Sho’nuff (Julius J. Carry III) – and rescue a beautiful singer (Prince protégée Vanity) from an obsessed video promoter.

The cult classic has been fully remastered in high definition for Blu-ray and features exciting all-new dynamic packaging art by acclaimed Mondo Gallery artist Gary Pullin, as well as the featurette "Return of the Dragon," a newly-created retrospective look at the making of the film, featuring new interviews with the cast and crew, including Taimak, Berry Gordy and more! Additional bonus features include commentary by director Michael Schultz and the original theatrical trailer.

It has been years since I have seen The Last Dragon. I have fond memories of watching it on cable TV back in the day. I remember enjoying the urban spin, martial arts and music track. Watching it today it doesn’t have quite the same appeal, but there is a timeless innocence to Bruce Leroy and a fun loving nostalgia that made it entertaining nonetheless. I also enjoyed seeing the likes of Chaz Palminteri and William H. Macy in bit parts like this early in their careers.

The Last Dragon is far from highbrow cinema but it’s kickin’ good fun and features a great Motown soundtrack, including music by Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Vanity and DeBarge (performing their smash hit “Rhythm of the Night”).


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The rating is for thematic material, martial arts action and mild language.


AUDIO/VIDEO - By The Numbers:
REFERENCE = 92-100/EXCELLENT = 83-91/GOOD = 74-82/AVERAGE = 65-73/BELOW AVERAGE = under 65

**My audio/video ratings are based upon a comparative made against other high definition media/blu-ray disc.**



Audio: 78
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  • Low frequency extension * (non-rated element): NA
  • DSU Rating * (non-rated element): NA


Video: 90
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The Last Dragon comes to Blu-ray Disc from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment featuring 1080p AVC encoded video that has an average bitrate of 27 Mbps and lossless DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound that has an average bitrate of 2.8 Mbps.

According to Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s press documentation The Last Dragon recently underwent a restorative process and the results are quite good. This film’s 1.85:1 framed high definition video presentation on Blu-ray looks terrific on my 100 inch screen. Colors are tonally balanced with inviting primaries, clean rendering and delineated secondary hues that all look terrific. Fleshtones are appreciably lifelike with discernible texture and natural depiction. The level of visible detail in facial features, hair and clothing during close-ups is noteworthy. Wide angle shots vary in terms of visual depth but most reveal subtle degrees of refinement and fidelity is never in question. While the film’s elements aren’t the type to yield razor sharp imagery resolution is excellent as the blend of interior shots and sets featured in the story offer clarity, detail and dimension that appear filmic and rewarding. Blacks are noise free, stable and fairly deep. Contrast and brightness are balanced well which enlivens bright scenes and colors while maintaining an appreciable level of visibility and dimension during darker segments. Grain is present and appears undisturbed. Sony is to be commended on this gratifying and faithful high definition presentation that is sure to please fans.

The DTS-HD MA 5.1 channel mix does a good job rendering the film’s soundtrack. Dialogue has appreciable vocal character and above average room penetration. This is a more or less front oriented presentation that sporadically makes use of the surround platform. When called upon the surrounds are utilized for atmospheric extension while applied dynamics and mid to upper level bass frequencies combine to provide solidity that enhances both the music and effects. On occasion I found some of the low frequency effects to be somewhat unnatural (boomy) but otherwise the track didn’t sound over processed. In general I was pleased with this audio presentation and thought it complimented the source.



Bonus Features:
  • (HD) Return of the Dragon – 24 minute retrospective
  • Audio commentary with director Michael Schultz
  • (HD) Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Digital HD Copy





Final Thoughts:
Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon is a cult classic that celebrates its 30th anniversary by debuting on Blu-ray for the first time. It comes to Blu-ray from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment featuring remastered high definition video, complimentary lossless sound and a pair of worthwhile bonus supplements that fans will enjoy. The Last Dragon isn’t a great film but that doesn’t stop fans from reveling in its spirited homage and memorable moments. This release is a must have for fans and in that light comes highly recommended.






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I didn't know this was being released, thanks for the review! Will be picking this up day one next week.

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Ralph I don't know if I would pick up this disc but might just rent it later. I admit to having a big smile on my face when I saw that you reviewed this movie and have to agree entirely with your take on it. It is a fun light-hearted stroll into the past with all the fixin's of the time (very dated which adds to the charm).

Thanks for the review. This is the type of movie I enjoy when it plays late night and call it that can't get to sleep guilty pleasure.
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Ralph I don't know if I would pick up this disc but might just rent it later. I admit to having a big smile on my face when I saw that you reviewed this movie and have to agree entirely with your take on it. It is a fun light-hearted stroll into the past with all the fixin's of the time (very dated which adds to the charm).

Thanks for the review. This is the type of movie I enjoy when it plays late night and call it that can't get to sleep guilty pleasure.
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Ahh the memories. I was a high school kid living in the Bronx when this came out. I thought it was "ok" when it came out. I wasn't a huge fan of it or anything but it would be nice to see. I miss the 80's. The good and the bad, all except for the jerri-curls. I thought that was the STUPIDEST hairstyle ever to be put on planet. I'm not a "square" or anything (got REAL dreads going past my belt) but guys wearing jerri-curls was ridiculous to me. I'll give Michael Jackson a pass though, but only him.

This film has some entertaining elements to it. Tapped into the martial-arts thing that was going on in the "hood" at the time although it pretty much had died out when this film came out. From what I remember though the special effects weren't all that "special". lol Would be nice to see if that has improved any or still looks as low budget as before (or maybe more so now with the remaster possibly showing more of the flaws)
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I remember catching this one night with a friend when we were just looking for something to do and being pleasantly surprised by the movie. I hate to say it but I liked the soundtrack enough to invest in the cassette (for the young like a CD....do they still make CDs???) and I am fairly sure I have the DVD (and maybe even the old cassette).


TMI warning: Even with karate and judo HR (elective) classes at the local junior college, I never could get the "glow". I miss the 80s when you could take a full load of "classes" (basket weaving, tennis, cross country running, bowling, movie appreciation, etc) for $200 at the local junior college. Today, my daughter's accounting book is priced at $356 with the rental being $109.
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I didn't know this was being released either, I'll definitely add this to my collection as I already have the dvd version. This will give me a great reason to watch it again as though I never seen it before.
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25 years in Karate thanks to this movie. I watched this film over and over even copying some the moves. It was preordered as soon as it was announced.

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I found myself skipping HS. school ,and finding myself inside a theater somewhere in Manhattan without knowing how I got there only to watch this film back in the day!

And it was tons of fun, would love to get a another crack at it with better perspective lol...


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So disappointed there's no 4K remaster and Atmos soundtrack.

Just kidding.

It's a real shame the audio scored so...average. I haven't seen The Last Dragon yet but I've heard it's hilarious. Now that I know there's a restored blu ray floating around I might have to check it out. I love good comedy and I love good martial arts flicks.
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Lol, thanks for bringing this to our attention Ralph.

A guilty pleasure of there ever was one.
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Never heard of this movie, and watching that trailer just cracked me up.........

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OoO! I want to peel this movie like a ba-na-na! Can't wait to check it out.
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Ralph, are you a fan of the martial arts genre? Got any faves? Just wondering.
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Thumbs up Thanks ralph

Good fun and laughs,picking this up on tuesday.
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You gave me a time wrap moment Ralph, it's been so many years since I've seen this movie!
I remember in the late 80's seeing it on HBO while I was traveling for GM, launching the GM-10 Pontiac Grand Prix in 1988.

Decent flick back in the day.....

For some reason that also brought this movie to my mind, another 80's flick
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Ralph, are you a fan of the martial arts genre? Got any faves? Just wondering.
IF you're looking for some recommendations (not necessarily awesome Blu Rays) Jackie Chan's Who Am I, Jackie Chan's Legend of Drunken Master (a.k.a. Drunken Master II) is very entertaining (wife who recently got into martial arts loves it), Sidekicks with Chuck Norris and Jonathan Brandis, Best of the Best, Man of Tai Chi (-recent), Wheels on Meals (another JChan movie)
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IF you're looking for some recommendations...
If you're looking for martial arts films that are somewhat comical, I think nothing beats "Kung Pow! Enter the Fist" (2002). But if you want something more serious I think "The Raid: Redemption" and "Raid 2" are two of the best martial arts films I've ever seen.

But to stay on topic, I'll keep my eyes out for this and likely pick it up if it can be had for <$20. Lately I've been watching a lot of movies from the 80's and I remember seeing this one late weekend evening on cable - I just don't remember much about it though.

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You gave me a time wrap moment Ralph, it's been so many years since I've seen this movie!
I remember in the late 80's seeing it on HBO while I was traveling for GM, launching the GM-10 Pontiac Grand Prix in 1988.

Decent flick back in the day.....

For some reason that also brought this movie to my mind, another 80's flick
The Brother From Another Planet 1984
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Cool! Thanks Mike. I will have to see about checking that out.

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If you're looking for martial arts films that are somewhat comical, I think nothing beats "Kung Pow! Enter the Fist" (2002). But if you want something more serious I think "The Raid: Redemption" and "Raid 2" are two of the best martial arts films I've ever seen.

But to stay on topic, I'll keep my eyes out for this and likely pick it up if it can be had for <$20. Lately I've been watching a lot of movies from the 80's and I remember seeing this one late weekend evening on cable - I just don't remember much about it though.
I am a fan but not an especially devoted one. I like Enter the Dragon, The Chinese Connection, IP Man, and as mentioned above The Raid and The Raid 2, to name a few.


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You guys should def take a shot at Kung Fu Killer (released as Kung Fu Jungle in China)

One of Donnie Yen's releases this year.. it's stupid good.. the choreography is 110% top notch.

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This is not unlike Kung Fu Hustle, yet not quite as over-the-top. Still a fun movie, IMO.
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