The Last Dragon

Synopsis: In New York City, a young man searches for the "master" to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery known as the glow. Along the way, he must fight a martial arts expert corrupted with power, and rescue a beautiful singer from an obsessed music promoter.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Michael Schultz
Production: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
  Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
109 min

How did you know...

...that was the blue one?

- I do not know, Master.

- You do not know?


I humbly apologize

for my ignorance, Master.

I will do anything to prove my worthiness!

You have been to the movies again, I see.

Full of disciples falling to their knees... the slightest hint

of their master's displeasure.

Leroy, this is not a punishment.

It is a celebration!

You have touched the final level.

You knew without knowing!

We have finished our journey together.

But, Master...

...the final level. The glow!

You always said...

That when you reached the final level... would know it by the appearance

of a sublime glow...

...all over your body.

Come, Leroy.

Get up.

What you seek is not written on the floor.

The final level is a return to the beginning.

This is the Last Dragon.

A cycle is complete...

...and now there is

a new emptiness to be filled...

...a new journey

which you must make alone.

I am confused.

Good. Confusion is a part of life,

as are vengeance, fear and love.

All facets must be embraced...

...for then, and only then...

...will you break through

the wall of mystery to the glow.

Master, perhaps with more time to train.

Master, I need more time.

I am no longer your master!


...if it is a master you must have...

...there is an old sage

called Sum Dum Goy.

He is said to be the wisest man

in the universe. Go, find him.

He is here in New York.

Take this. It was Bruce Lee's.

When you find the master

who will take you to the final level...

...give it to him.

Go now, my son, on your journey.


Joints and bags! Joints and bags!

Put his butt on the chuck wagon

and send his ass to the dogs, man!

- Shuffle on him, Bruce!

- Sting him!

That's that, man,

and there ain't no comin' back!

- Am I the meanest?

- Sho'nuff!

- Am I the prettiest?

- Sho'nuff!

Am I the baddest mo-fo

lowdown around this town?


- Well, who am I?

- Sho'nuff!

- Who am I?

- Sho'nuff!

I can't hear you!


The Shogun of Harlem!

Crunch, seats.

This is Sho's row. Move it.

I said beat it!

I know who can beat you!

- Who said that? Beast, find who said that!

- I got him, Sho. I got him.

I got him, Sho.

Here you go, Sho.

Here's the roach that said it!

Who's badder than the Shogun?

Bruce Leroy, that's who!

Bruce Leroy?

Bruce Leroy?

That's the only guy that stands

between Sho and total supremacy.

Well, well, well.

If it ain't the mysterious...

...the illusive Leroy Green.

I've been waitin' a long time for this, Leroy.

I am sick of hearing

these bullshit superman stories...

...about the "wahsa" legendary...

...Bruce Leroy catchin' bullets

with his teeth.

Catches bullets with his teeth?

N*gger, please!

The secret awaits eyes

unclouded by ambition.


Those who are bound by desire see only

that which can be held in their hands.

See, now it is mumbo-jumbo like that...

...and skinny lizards like you,

thinkin' they're the Last Dragon...

...that gives kung fu a bad name.

Get up, Leroy. I got something real

for your ass in these hands.

We gonna settle this once and for all

'cause I am back.

The Shogun is back on the scene

and the Shogun is the master.

Why don't you sit down and shut up?

What? Why don't I sit down and what?

I said, "Why don't you sit down

and shut up?"

Why don't anybody who wants me

to sit down and shut up...

...come down here and make me?

Why don't any fifty of you

who want me to sit down and shut up...

...come down here just for the fun of it?

Yeah, come on, fool! This fool's mine!

Jack him up, baby!

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