One of Bruce Lee’s signature kung-fu flicks, Enter the Dragon features the actor/martial-arts expert at the height of his performing powers. Small and sinewy, Lee left the impression he didn’t have a muscle he didn’t need – and that he probably could kill you with any one of them. Much of the movie’s opening is devoted to discussions of martial-arts philosophy, as when Lee tells a young protege to fight with ’emotional content,’ not anger. Lee takes things seriously, but that doesn’t mean the movie is without laughs. Some of this comes from the dated milieu – there’s a disco soundtrack and a fighter whose Afro could qualify as a weapon – but most of the giggles are elicited by the plot. Lee is recruited by the British to take down a renegade monk turned international pimp living on a private island near Hong Kong. Yet when it comes to Bruce Lee, plot is secondary at best.