I've never completed any Bruce Lee movies before.I've watched mostly snippets of it in YouTube like the part where Bruce smash up an office and also the famous Bruce vs Chuck Norris scene. Since it was my first time with Enter the Dragon I wasn't expecting much other then being some kick ass Kung fu movie. And ogle at Bruce ripped abs.
There are a few things that by current standards and stigma that makes the movie 'weird' and there area few to take note off.
Preemptive strike is okay. The scene where the Jim Kelly was approached by two policeman and being searched. Sure the police were racist but that doesn't mean that you can strike a policeman. Even struggling during an arrest is enough to warrant a resisting arrest which makes even the innocent guilty. But then again its the 70s so they probably didn't have such laws and SOP yet.
The main villain is always surrounded by idiots. Han was a super villain and former senior student of the Shoalin king fu which inaccurately based in Hong Kong. All his guards in white uniform are no match even for stranded drifters. In the final scene where the drifters were freed, they fought off Han's guards which outnumber them many folds. Bear in mind that Han's guards trained daily. No wonder the Chinese were stereotyped to know know Kung fu.
Speaking of Han, the ending fight scene is LOUSY!!! Han looked like an old man jumping around like a monkey with a garden fork in his left hand. Its hard to believe that Han has any sort of training form Shaolin.
I only manage to list out five things (in no particular order) that makes 70s show weird, or more accurately Enter the Dragon weird by my standards. I can go on about poor chirography not only in the extras but also Oharra and in that awful boss fight. But I'll let it slip since it is these mistakes that modern day movie makers take note off and make modern day shows awesome.