What's not to like! Not only is the heroine cute as a button, but she is a fantastic martial artist. Her Bruce Lee impersonation is adorable. This is right up there with Ong Bak as one of the best Thai martial arts movies....loved it!
one of the most awesome martial arts movies in a long time, well worth seeing real moves and kicks, no crappy hollywood special effects
Terrible. Really really terrible. Right down to the girly-boy gangsters, bad.
Very much a seventies style martial arts with a bit of a twist. The action was made well enough as to not get tedious even though it basically follows the one fighter against a line up of people to chop down right through. Enjoyable. No OH&S on this set.
Autistic young girl seeks vengance against those who destroyed her mother. While the story is so so the fight sequences are quite extraordinary, in particular the last 20 minutes. This is a bit of throwback to those early kung fu movies which were largely real action and not special effects. Note the injury toll on this movie. Shows the Thai's can do it better these days. 4 stars for the fights.
Wow! If you've seen Ong Bak (same director) than you know what your in for. Realistic and wondefully choreographed fight scenes with stunt crews that obviously don't have any unions protecting their interests or even wires for that matter (as the end credits painfully show) and one of the toughest female actions stars I think I've ever seen - JeeJa Yanin. Keep an eye out for her in the future!