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When notorious local gangster Boss Suchart is brutally murdered all evidence quickly points to Kham (Tony Jaa) who was the last man to see him alive. With Suchart s equally infamous nieces vowing revenge, Kham decides to flee seeking refuge in an underground fighting ring run by ruthless crime lord LC (RZA) in order to find the real culprit and clear his name. However, when LC enlists Kham to his elite squad of world-class fighters for a secret mission he soon discovers that clearing his name might be more difficult than he once thought.
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There seems to be no Blu-ray release for this film in the UK...Why?
This film is really bad..
Awful CGI, bad wire work and terrible script and story line..
Bad scenes from a terrible CGI fire filled room, to a laughable scene with wet feet on a train track making....wait for it....full on light saber noises...yes you heard me right...LIGHT SABER NOISES !!!
I think what really ruined the film was how under used the amazing JiJa Yanin was.. After the excellent Chocolate and Raging Phoenix she deserved better.. Ok this is a Tony Jaa film but it almost seemed like Tony Jaa was putting her in her place... One scene that me and mate noticed was JiJa was about to have a fight with two very basic bad guys when NO...Tony Jaa suddenly appears and put his hand to protect her and guides her back so he can take them on... Come on guys, Jija would have kicked there butts easy...
Its this kind of " tick the box" Martial Arts movie that makes you really appreciate just how good Jackie Chan is... We watched Jackie Chan's Chinese Zodiac recently and the end fight scene was better than any fight in this whole movie...
Let's hope Tony Jaa goes back to basics of proper Martial Arts and less awful CGI and strange gurning facial expressions...
The CGI was unnecessary. We know Tony Jaa is an amazing martial artist so why was this unappreciated? I imagine development was to blame. CGI flaming walls? What an embarrassment.
If you value CGI over action and real martial arts, watch this. If you love these sorts of films for their raw action and physical achievements, then avoid this like the plague.
At least it's a bit of a twist on boy looking to free hostage girlfriend, but saving your elephant might be going over the top?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best movie I've watched in a long time I watch it over & over again jus luv it.Published 17 months ago by Stylish rose
Not as good as Warrior King 1 or the Ong Bak movies but still a decent movie with several set piece action sequences.Published 19 months ago by K.A WARD
I would have liked to have given it more mainly because I didn't expect anything more from it than a lot of action (Tony Jaa lets his actions do all the talking) but did it have to... Read morePublished 20 months ago by stuart maggs
Good action and great stunt moves, but the plot a bit poor and execution and montage a bit poor. Not bad if you like martial arts movies.Published 20 months ago by Kamil W.
Not his best but it still kept me entertained. The fights scenes were good, but they were not as good as his earlier movies. Read morePublished on 23 April 2015 by Benson
Laughable cgi... Awful in fact! What possessed them. Jaa needs to come back with a better vehiclePublished on 2 April 2015 by P. Johnson