Here it is... the perfect Valentine's Day flick for you and your loved one..

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  1. Enigma2K2

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  2. Orion_Prime48

    Orion_Prime48 Super Sentai Purist

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    alllllllrighty then.....
     
  3. Bumble Prime

    Bumble Prime all the time

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    I just can't get into any kung fu movie... :( 

    looks good though? I mean looks like it will have amazing fight scenes, like every other kung fu movie lol
     
  4. Enigma2K2

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    Is this the same site that was praising Ong Bak a while back?
     
  5. llamatron

    llamatron OFFICIAL MMC REP TFW2005 Supporter

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    Hells yes.

    Now if only Tony Jaa would come back from his soul searching in the jungle and finish Ong Bak 2...
     
  6. Enigma2K2

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    Ahh screw 'em... I'm gonna go see it.
     
  7. Beemer

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    BWA-HA-HA-HA-HA....

    I thought it was a joke, right up until the line,

    "...comes a special needs girl..."

    "with a special need..."

    "...to kick your ass!"

    Now I want to see it desperately. Bwa-ha-ha-ha. Awesome.
     
  8. shibamura_prime

    shibamura_prime Jumpin' Jellyfish! Super Mod

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    "From the people who brought you Ong Bak."

    That's all I needed to know. The Esurance commercial that played before the trailer was more entertaining. :/

    I hate Thai action movies.
     
  9. Beemer

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    Wow, really? I loved Ong Bak, it really makes you enjoy a movie more when you know the stars actually PARTICIPATED in their action scenes, rather than doing it all with CG and stuntmen.
     
  10. Cheetatron

    Cheetatron Eh

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    CHoclate had really good fight scenes but eh couldn't say I liked the plot much
     
  11. llamatron

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    What? GET OUT




    Knives for sale...
     
  12. shibamura_prime

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    Yeah, I said it. And I'll keep on saying it.

    Find copies of "The Bodyguard," "The Bodyguard 2," and "Hard Gun" and then tell me you still like Thai action movies.
     
  13. Enigma2K2

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    Who the hell watched martial arts movies for the plot?!?!?!

    I was thinking seriously about your post... then I saw your avatar... and LOL'ed.
     
  14. misternoodle

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    that looks awesome.

    that said, ong bak and tony jaa is kinda overrated. sure the the feet on fire thing was cool, but the whole dealie with the close contact stuff (using knees and elbows) especially at the finale, while brutal, doesnt look as visually good as basic kicks and punches.

    if your new to thai kickboxing (and not that crap from the van damme movie), sure it looks fresh, but if youve watched proper matches for awhile its not visually exciting.
     
  15. Beemer

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    The bodyguard?

    "And Iiiiiiiiii-eeeiiiiii... will always... love youuuuuuuuuuuOOOOOOuuuuoooooiiiiii...."
     

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