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    Warrior King

    Kham is the last of a family line of guards who once watched over the King of Thailand's war elephants. He grows up forming close relations to his elephant, Por Yai and his calf, Kohrn. During Songkran festival, the elephants are stolen with help from Mr. Suthep, a local MP and his son who are collaborating with elephant poachers. Kham discovers that they are in the hands of Johnny, a Vietnamese gangster who runs a Thai restaurant named Tom Yum Goong Otob in Sydney, Australia.
    Because no one has really seen it, and are rating it things like 3/10 [*COUGH*DEAD*COUGH*] I decided to post it, to show you it really doesn't suck at all. It's pretty damn awesome.

    The plot is seen above, and the movie itself includes some seriously awesome fights.

    For example:

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    That was one the more..shorter fights.. But yeah, there wasn't really any good quality fight scenes on YouTube so the only way to see them is really to watch it yourself. So, yeah.

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    Re: Warrior King

    Do you mean a film called "Protector" or "Tom Yum Goong"? As that's what I see when I look at the clips. Also why did you not post the continuous shot sequence of the film which is amazing.

    But anyway i haven't seen this film, and to be honest I'm not that bothered as the action looks like it packs a punch but its not something that truly interests me.


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    Re: Warrior King

    I couldn't find it, and yeah, Tom Yum Goong.

    Also, Simon that was a bump :s lock?

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    Re: Warrior King

    Tony Jaa is definitely one of the greatest up and coming Hollywood action star.

    The Bruce Lee of this century.

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    Re: Warrior King

    Quote Originally Posted by eM Gee
    I couldn't find it, and yeah, Tom Yum Goong.

    Also, Simon that was a bump :s lock?
    Hmmm that was strange the thread said it was a new topic for me, and there doesn't seem much point locking it, as its a normal thread and its i wasn't posting random crap on it.


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    Re: Warrior King

    The Continuous Fight Scene really blew me away, seeing how it's all one shot and no wires and camera tricks. Tony Jaa is an amazing actor.

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    Re: Warrior King

    @Simon: Alright then

    @Guys: lolya. They also had a fairly low budget too, so yeah, this, and Ong Bak are really pretty awesome. I would've posted a video, but I coldn't find any good ones from YouTube :c

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