When a highly volatile case confronts the police, a young maverick cop with mystical powers is put on the case. YOSTHANA teams up with the seductive DUANGDAO, and together they must hunt ... See full summary »
When a highly volatile case confronts the police, a young maverick cop with mystical powers is put on the case. YOSTHANA teams up with the seductive DUANGDAO, and together they must hunt down and capture the brutal and deadly 'FIVE BULLETS BANDIT'. The gang is led by the fearsome, MAHESAK, who, like Yosthana is skilled in the art of sorcery and magic. Mahesak can only be defeated with The Tiger Blade, a magical and ancient sword, replete with the powers of nature, and the forces of good. Yosthana must find the Tiger Blade, and bring Mahesak to justice, before the bandits bring total chaos to the city. The stage is set for a gruesome battle between the two nemeses, but only one can survive. Written by
For a low budget movie it looks great,but that's all
Thinking of "Ong Bak" and "Born to fight",I expected "Tiger Blade to be the same! Well,it isn't! It could have been just like them because of the action! But the action scenes were not that special! The scenes had some beautiful effects,but the martial arts were below average! Surprisingly the plot was interesting enough with a lot of humor. This movie would have been better if the martial arts were as good as in "Ong Bak". Although it is obvious it is a low budget production,everything looks great! "Tiger Blade" has these small sequences which do spark your interest,but sadly there are not enough of them to give the movie an edge. Most memorable scene I have to mention is the scene where the main character returns home and finds seven women waiting for him. They start to make dinner and dance with the prospect of more,then the sister spoils the fun! It does show promise but for now I have to say that this title is not worth your time!
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