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If you like Prachya Pinkaew's other movies like The Protector or Ong-Bak, you'll propably like this one as well. Keep in mind though, it won't quite as good. While it has nicely done fight scenes and the actors obviously know what they're doing, it just misses something that made the aforementioned movies great (and I don't mean Tony Jaa). Audio and video quality are exactly what you'd expect and the english subtitles are well done. I recommend this for either Pinkaew fans or people who've seen a lot martial arts movies before. If you're seen only a few, this is not the best one to watch.
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Very good movie. Excellent martial arts and a good story line. Check out IMDb for a synopsis. The film is subtitled. Blu ray film quality is far superior to the DVD. Recommend, especially if you like South Korean world cinema and martial arts.
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