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If you're getting the impression that Dynamite Warrior is insanely plotted for deliberate hilarity, you're right.
You have to applaud the attempts to enliven the genre, but Dynamite Warrior doesn't have the visual flair or humor to make this a midnight movie worth losing sleep over.
Light years ahead of Ong-Bak. It features well-choreographed kung fu and high production values.
Dynamite Warrior is a genre confection with more than a passing resemblance to Hong Kong martial arts movies of the 1980s.
... amid the slo-mo furniture smashing and cheese-wizardry is a movie in touch with its inner lunatic.
Director Chalerm Wongpim's skull-buster makes up in wild-eyed insanity (and excessive, arbitrary slow motion) what it lacks in acting, pacing, and coherence.
If we watch movies to see things we've never seen before, then dagnabbit, Dynamite Warrior delivers in spades.
This thoroughly enjoyable Thai supernatural western martial arts film is completely nuts.
Anytime there's a motion picture that includes a plot point where the hero must equip himself with a menstrual-blood-tipped turn-of-the-century rocket to vanquish magic, consider me in. All in.
It's crazed to be sure, but it's a lot more fun reading about these insanities than watching them unfurl in endless slo-mo flourishes.
Puts the fun back into Kung Fu. And Zen some.
More silly than existentially anarchic, and its exotic quirkiness wears thin quickly.
This is a pretty wild film with subject matter all over the place. An early try at trying to make a bad film good by the use of a herpo who uses fireworks and dynamite to round up and defet the bad guys, South Koreas answer to Robin Hood. 2 Stars 4-1-12
Some nice action Scenes and tiny bit of Fantasy but I think over all it was a boring Movie.
Amazing and entertaining supernatural and action packed movie to set in a 1890's with high-grade special effects and the kind of raw action scenes the world is coming to expect from Thailand. I used to remember Thai actor/stunt Dan Chupong when I last saw him in Born to Fight at the first time.
A interesting yet flawed movie... though its interesting to move into the supernatural / adventure genre, though still retaining the great action and martial arts Thailand offers.
Anyways, this is an interesting concept - though highly flawed and maybe a little silly at times, but still enjoyable for its action scenes.
Compare it to movies like Kung Fu Hustle or Zatoichi - just not as funny or well made. But this is an okay start, and the "wire-fu" and effects are okay.
If you are a martial arts fan, and like the above movies and others like Iron Monkey, then watch this.
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