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Warrior King (aka: Tom Yum Goong) (2 Discs)

Featuring: Tony Jaa, Petchtai Wongkamlao & Xing Jing

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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  what a shame

| | See all premorph1's reviews (3)

I was really looking forward to this movie, don't get me wrong the fighting is amazing and there are a few Bruce Lee like looks in places, or maybe thats just me. so whats wrong?
Well they have put poor Tony in with the worst Australian actors in the world, they really are that bad, bit similar to what they did with Jackie Chan, years ago. By the end I just wanted it to finish, which is never a good sign.
The film actually starts off promissing, with the Elephants being taken, theres some nice scenes, but then...............
It just goes from bad to bad to err bad. The fights are truley amazing but you feel like its all wasted in all the bad acting. If your a fan of his films then get it in your collection, but if not then don't bother.
What a shame because the action is simply breathtaking !!

  what a shame

| | See all jay118mag's reviews (3)

I was really looking forward to this movie, don't get me wrong the fighting is amazing and there are a few Bruce Lee like looks in places, or maybe thats just me. so whats wrong?
Well they have put poor Tony in with the worst Australian actors in the world, they really are that bad, bit similar to what they did with Jackie Chan, years ago. By the end I just wanted it to finish, which is never a good sign.
The film actually starts off promissing, with the Elephants being taken, theres some nice scenes, but then...............
It just goes from bad to bad to err bad. The fights are truley amazing but you feel like its all wasted in all the bad acting. If your a fan of his films then get it in your collection, but if not then don't bother.
What a shame because the action is simply breathtaking !!

  AMAZING!!

| | See all Gabba1's reviews (18)

I loved this film. Fight scenes were epic and got better and better as the film went on. Storyline seemed a little strange at first but very poiniant by the end. If you've seen and liked merantau warrior then you will definately enjoy this. A really good buy!!

  "..TOTALLY AWESOME.."

| | See all sdx800's reviews (1814)

Fantastic martial art movie, action packed from start to finish, they cram so much fighting in you couldnt ask for more! Jaa shines in this movie and proves that Ong bak wasnt a one off, Warrior king comes back harder than ever!! There are so many cool scenes, this is a must for action fans a classic martial arts movie, one of the best ever!!!

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  dont listen to the guy below

| | See all JDBaillie's reviews (23)

This flim is amazing.
The fight scene in the restaurant near the end is probably the best choreographed fight scene on film. Its done with one take!

Not as good as ong bak but not a poor film by any means. The story is not that great but who cares when when you have tony jaa breaking peoples arms and legs!

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  Stupid

| | See all Zaynqshi's reviews (12)

This movie is the most stupid martial art movies i have ever seen. the muay thai is good but thats it. There has to be more to a movie and im afraid there wasnt anything else in this movie. Stupid storyline, bad acting on a whole a very bad movie.

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  amazing this guy is the best !

| | See all Jkcreative's reviews (33)

the story is the same old "i lost this or i lost that" but you wont care once you see this guy. He is the best martial arts guy there is. makes jet li and jackie chan look like fools LOL.

  wow, again!

| | See all GeordieJ's reviews (19)

tony jaa is the man, hot on the heels of ong bak comes another no holds barred arse kicking action flick. as with ong bak the storyline isn't the best, but likewise, you don't watch it for the in depth plot development. by the time you've picked your jaw up from the floor watching jaa's amazing skills the film will have finished!!

  Not as good as Ong-Bak

| | See all juhakoo's reviews (2)

Like its predecessor Ong-Bak, Warrior King has plenty of amazing martial arts action: Tony Jaa fights his way through dozens of opponents, leaving behind a trail of broken bones and anguished howls. The marathon rampage through a staircase is particularly impressive. But unlike Ong-Bak, Warrior King is too long and a bit too grim for my liking. A slight disappointment.