Year of the Dragon production and distribution

2022-03-16 08:01
Production Company
  • 1. De Laurentiis Entertainment Group (DEG) [US]
  • 2. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. [US]
Publisher
  • 1. AMLF [France] (1985) (France) (theatrical) 
  • 2. Hoyts Distribution [Australia] (1986) (Australia) (theatrical) 
  • 3. Lucernafilm - Alfa (1991) (Czechoslovakia) (theatrical) 
  • 4. MGM/UA Entertainment Company [USA] (1985) (USA) (theatrical) 
  • 5. De Laurentiis Entertainment Group (DEG) [USA] (1985) (non-USA) (all media) 
  • 6. Gativideo [Argentina] (2005) (Argentina) (DVD)/(2005) (Argentina) (VHS) (re-release)  
  • 7. MGM United Home Entertainment [US] (USA) (DVD)  
  • 8. Thorn EMI Video Australia [Australia] 
release date
Country release/release date (details) 
USAUSA 
August 16, 1985
Hong Kong, China 
November 14, 1987
ArgentinaArgentina 
September 5, 1985
  • West Germany   October 24, 1985
  • Sweden Sweden   1 November 1985
  • France   13 November 1985
  • AustraliaAustralia   January 9, 1986
  • Finland   10 January 1986
  • Norway   January 21, 1986
  • Japan Japan   February 8, 1986
  • France France 22 June 2005. (re-release) 
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Extended Reading
  • Arvid 2022-03-19 09:01:11

    The calm, decisive, handsome and handsome Asian "villain", the selfish and arrogant white protagonist who looks like a mad dog, is definitely not racist against the white police. . . . . . .

  • Effie 2022-03-19 09:01:11

    Four stars are all used to it. The image of a gangster in Chinatown makes people completely forget the other roles played by Zun Long. The Cantonese is full of aura, the English is gentlemanly, and the Mandarin is soft and cute in a second. lol I almost forget that Mickey Rourke is the male protagonist... keep watching It's hard for me to finish the police and gangster films 30 years ago... In the plot, the detective male protagonist is like a giant 250. One second, the Chinese female reporter cheated on the Chinese female reporter and divided the property with his wife, and the next second his wife was ko by the villain in front of him... Not only racial discrimination but also It's a bit sexist, there are a lot of inexplicably unpromoting plots, all relying on Joey Tai to do some bad things to bring the plot... In the end, the villain forced himself to give it away... I really don't understand the three aspects of Hollywood in the 1980s. Look, it's hard to watch it now, and I can barely watch a single cut by licking my face... I feel sorry for Mr. Zunlong. In the early days of American dramas, the tricks were super cute. Later, there were not many good movies. In the later stage, in order to return The domestic TV dramas are not on the same level as him at all. Such a good face and acting skills are blinded in vain qwq

Year of the Dragon quotes

  • [first lines]

    Tracy Tzu: Captain McKenna, any leads in the murder of Jackie Wong?

    William McKenna: Nothing at this time.

    Tracy Tzu: Do you think this killing means there's some kind of war going on in the Chinatown Tongs?

    William McKenna: No, I don't. This is basically a situation where the youth gangs are lashing out at the establishment. The community is cooperating. The situation's under control.

  • Herbert Kwong: I die, I'm fucked. My family's fucked.

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