The Warrior's Path [DVD]
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A mafia boss aided by a former US special-ops unit director steals a mythical royal antique, one which gives special powers to those who possess it. A young Muay Thai warrior and an archaeology student must rescue Thailand's national treasure and protect the world from the evil about to be unleashed.
Top Customer Reviews
The best fight scenes happen early on in the film,the latter fights aren't as well choreographed & not up to the standards of the Ong Bak series,...disappointing given that Warriors Path is supposedly by the same team.
It's ok,but not a film i will be re-watching again anytime soon.
The packaging for this film is so wrong that I had to check the back several times throughout the film to make sure they hadn't put the wrong dvd in the case, despite the name being the same. In fact, except for the pictures on the back of the box from the actual film footage, nothing matches. The picture on the front depicts a monk above a forest with a skull in the clouds, yet there's only one monk, who isn't him or a major character, the forest is really a small wood at best and I have no idea what the skull is to do with as they're all looking for a pot/necklace.
The summary of the film tells of how a Mauy Thia warrior is trying to prevent evil from being unleashed on the world when really it should read:
"Boy who, despite training in Mauy Thia his entire life, can't fight for toffee and girl who's only use is to chew moss, try to prevent rich man from getting pot/necklace."
That's it. The acting is poor, the fight scenes pathetic all round and it looks like it was filmed on a Thai council estate with a few trees thrown in. Nothing more can be said about this film except don't buy it.