Bring The Fresh Warrior Review
The Tomatometer rating - on the basis of reports, hundreds of reviews of film and television - is a reliable measure of cinema and television to millions of viewers. Represents the percentage professional reviews are positive for a special programme for the cinema or television. Stuntman Thai Tony Jaa made his debut as a protagonist of this film directed by Prachya Pinkaew martial bring the fresh warrior review arts action. Yes plays Ting, a young man lives in a town in Thailand. Discovered the baby on the stairs of the Temple of the city and triggered by the monks, who, the Muay Thai martial arts taught him Thai, Ting in Bangkok sent, if the head of the statue of the Buddha city, those who pray to bring annual drought of rain affected the region, has been stolen. The farmer is incorporated into the underworld of the bustle of the city and forced, his martial arts by sending a parade of mobsters in an underground fight Club in movement, criminal, spirit that is the head of the Buddha, have, so that it first brings drought and hunger in his hometown of misfortune may be returned to the. More …. The best parts of this movie are the sequences for Rocky and cruel battles which has the gift of power and intensity ' meet today in many films. While many arts martial movies action based on the wires or the graphics of the computer for the pump, it is of course. JAA combines speed, strength and liquid in a proposal to enable the thread mode tips yesterday ' simple physical skill and back into the spotlight. Very scary Amable case or plastic Fant n Tony Jaa or runs a black international Astro-g or / Artes Marciais. How many martial arts film out and has not the structure and are more than an excuse for the large battle scenes - and are very large, with cables of Tony Jaa or special effects to make their spectacular acrobatics, Muay Thai, without using. ? More. I'll admit it, don shows t ' many martial arts films. I have ' the first piece, it would be full of clichés or a complete renovation of the genre film. What love the simplicity of the true state of the history of law Vonnegut ': each character wants something! - and scenes of hunting and the battle of rivets. A feast of adrenaline, of course! I wanted to see it for all the CGI-marketing-do not! Wireless! - and choreography-wise, ' disappointments t. It lets also see smaller notes Spielberg and Besson (I realized perhaps in the other, only two) scribbled in the filming of some scenes. Bad movie, an absolutely brilliant guerrilla! Exclamation point! More. . . .