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Saw this for work this morning.

For martial arts movie fans only, as if you couldn't have guessed. Or Nathan Jones completists. There's something that was probably supposed to pass for a story, but it only existed for the purpose of hanging Muay thai fights off of it.

There's also a fair amount of bizarre stuff that I guess just doesn't translate to Western culture. Not in the sense of "Those whacky Japanese with their day-glo and panties in vending machines", but in the sense of "uh... kay".

Thanks again, Tarantino, for providing an appetizer for the new Jet Li picture.



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.43
    Originally posted by Brian P. Dermody
    Nathan Jones completists.

This is a good month for them, since he's in Fearless, too.



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The US version is hacked to bits. Not that the original cut makes a whole bundle more sense, but the story at least moves from A to B coherently.

But yeah. The fight scenes are some of the best ever, the rest broaches "worst movie of the year" ground. Still, worth an eventual rental on DVD for the brawls.



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I happen to think a she-male stealing your elephant is the absolute greatest premise for a movie ever. Well...at least its not ancient scrolls or a dead brother/father/sensei.

Any reason to make Tony Jaa angry will really suffice though.



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Who goes to a Tony Jaa movie for plot? This was maybe the most tongue-in-cheek awesome movie of the year, even beating Snakes on a Plane.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.00
I enjoyed the "passing of the torch" scence with Jackie Chan... And speaking of Jackie Chan, his earlier movies had as much plot as this one does and like Big Bad said "Who goes to a Tony Jaa movie for plot". He just needs to kick people in head while twisting in mid-air... plot-schmot..



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