Tang shan da xiong (Fists of Fury) (The Big Boss)
Tang shan da xiong (Fists of Fury) (The Big Boss) (1972)

Martial arts master Bruce Lee solidifies his standing as one of the great action stars in Fists of Fury, the story of a Chinese country boy (Lee) sent to live in Thailand with his uncle and cousins. Around his neck is a charm representing… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: April 1, 1972
DVD Release Date: December 13, 2005
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Critic Score: 60% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Fernando F. Croce

Crudely ingenious

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Brian Mckay

Bad Kung Fu movies are like bad porn - still watchable with fast-forwarding.

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Cole Smithey

The first R-rated movie I ever saw. My dad took me to see it in June, and Bruce Lee died in the next month.

Scott Weinberg
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It's Bruce vs. a whole army of lowlife thugs after they mess with his cousins, and Mr. Lee pulls off some truly amazing butt-kickery here.

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Flixster Audience Score: 74% Flixster User Reviews
Dean McKenna
This is my second favourite Bruce Lee's movies as his first starring role in this martial arts-action film and he was a very charming actor whose presence… More
Jani H
"Beat it or I'll kill you right now" A low-budget smash hit that made Bruce Lee the action legend we know. It may have been a hit in its… More
Lee ?
My personal favourite Bruce Lee movie. Violent and vicious and very entertaining with a memorable performance by the Kung-Fu legend himself who restrains from… More
xGary Xx
Why do we like Bruce Lee movies...? Is it for the sophisticated plotting and intelligent, well-dubbed dialogue? Is it for the complex and in-depth… More
Cassandra Maples
Throughout this film you see a constrained Bruce Lee. Lo Wei is deliberately holding him back in order to introduce him to audiences and to save the best of his… More
Tsubaki Sanjuro
Bruce Lee greatness.

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