Lunchtime Movie Review

The Last Dragon (1985)

Episode #37

TriStar Pictures released The Last Dragon to theaters on March 22, 1985. Michael Schultz directed the film starring Taimak, Vanity, and Christopher Murney.

‘The Last Dragon’ Movie Synopsis

The Last Dragon takes place in New York City. A young man searches for the “master” to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery known as the glow. To reach this goal, he must fight a corrupt martial arts expert, and save a beautiful singer from an obsessed music promoter at his bludgeoning mushroom castle.

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TriStar Pictures released The Last Dragon to theaters on March 22, 1985. Michael Schultz directs the film which stars Taimak, Vanity, and Christopher Murney.

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3 Comments

  1. I agree with the guy that said anyone who doesn’t see the greatness of this movie is obviously racist. lol 😉
    Great Podcast guys very entertaining. Check out my Fan Tribute to The Last Dragon site, it will help those who didn’t get it understand the nuances of this outstanding piece of cinema!
    You guys were debated how Leroy’s Glow beat Sho’nuff’s- the answer to this question is in the movie when Leroy explains the glow to Laura (Vanity) he mentions that a great fighter maybe able to get just his hands to glow(Sho’nuff) but a true master would be able to get his body to glow.

    I’ll be sharing your Podcast on Twitter (@TheLastGlow) and Facebook (The Fan Tribute to The Last Dragon)

  2. Great review – I love this movie, however cheesy it may have been. One thing you got wrong though is that the main character’s name isn’t Bruce Leroy, that’s something that one person calls him in the 1st act – his name is Leroy Green.

    Great review!

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