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Dynamite Warrior -- After seeing his parents viciously murdered, a grieving young man, Zieng vows to avenge their deaths in this action-packed martial arts film produced by Ong-Bak's Prachya Pinkaew and featuring stunts by Panna Rittikrai.


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21 December 2006 (Thailand) See more »
The story is set in 1890s Siam. Siang (Dan Chupong) is a young Muay Thai warrior and rocketry expert... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)
Leo Putt ... Phraya Wang
Dan Chupong ... Zieng - The Rocket Thief / Jone Bang Fai
Panna Rittikrai ... Nai Hoi Dam / Black Wizard
Samart Payakarun ... Nai Hoi Singh
Puttipong Sariwat ... Lord Waeng
Kanyapak Suworakood ... E'Sao
Somdet Kaew-ler ... The Thief
Amporn Pankratok ... Takerd
Ampon Rattanawong ... Kaan
Wichai Prommajan ... Paen
Namfon Pakdee ... Sommor
Pantipa Rachoo ... Sewey
Kampanart Angsoongnern ... Ong Karaksai
Jaran Ngamdee ... Naai Jan
Komkip Wongvirot ... Ong Karakkwa
Charan Ngamdee ... Nai Jan
Eakkasit Sompetch ... Kratone
Yuttapong Peerayuttapong ... Pat
Apinan Kongsupalux ... Rom

Directed by
Chalerm Wongpim 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chalerm Wongpim 

Produced by
Tech Akarapol .... producer (as Akarapol Techaratanaprasert)
Prachya Pinkaew .... producer
Sukanya Vongsthapat .... producer
Production Design by
Saharat Boonsatit 
Thanom Nantaworapongsa 
Art Direction by
Thanom Nantaworapongsa 
Costume Design by
Keattichai Keereesri 
Makeup Department
Thutthalee Jarusutharat .... makeup department head
Jirawan Khamnong .... makeup department head
Production Management
Apinan Kongsuoalux .... production manager (as Apinan Kongsupalux)
Kamolwan Rodket .... assistant production manager
Sinenaj Suwan .... assistant production manager (as Sineenat Suwan)
Art Department
Phithan Chokkitchakarn .... third art director
Nares Hengsawast .... first art director
Chaiwat Mewan .... prop man
Chaiyo Panichku .... prop man
Sarawuth Pansingh .... mock-up artist (as Sarawut Pansing)
Tatsakaon Rodkeen .... prop man
Supon Sanpong .... prop man
Yuttapong Teerayuttapong .... assistant art director
Thanandorn Thuittang .... prop master
Tanyalak Urung .... prop man (as Tanyalak U-Rung)
Wichit Wattanon .... second art director
Sound Department
Traithep Wongpaiboon .... sound post-production supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Manoon Chaiwach .... focus puller
Tasanvarin Charupom .... behind the scenes cameraman (as Tasanavarin Charuphom)
Dongruethai Choochan .... camera report
Bancha Choovaree .... video assistant
Suphat Lawancharasyothin .... still photographer
Narong Nakwatchara .... loader
Patiharn Pinkam .... chief lighting technician
Rungrat Seenamngeun .... focus puller
Noppol Sripaengmol .... camera loader (as Nopphon Sripangmol)
Yongyoo Suethong .... video assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Teerarat Boonsri .... costume staff
Kanokkorn Nakarat .... costume staff
Mattana Thaitadham .... costume staff
Other crew
Supattra Atikulsin .... caterer
Mama Daeng .... cook
Chuenmanas Intarit .... production accountant
Pitima Jungrungrueng .... continuity
Warinya Ratipakorn .... production coordinator
Kattiya Rattanabut .... coordinator local
Sompech Robroo .... caterer
Kavinthip Yeamsuwan .... production coordinator

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Also Known As:
"Khon fai bin" - Thailand (original title)
"Fire Warriors" - Thailand (English title)
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103 min

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Continuity: During the final fight, Jone Bang Fai supposedly holds the magical trinkets given to him by Nai Hoi Singh in his hand the whole time, despite opening his fist several times during the battle.See more »
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A Nutshell Review: Dynamite Warrior, 21 April 2010
Author: DICK STEEL from Singapore

Dan Chupong probably got the role of his career so far when he got cast as the mysterious masked Crow Ghost in Ong Bak 2, and kicked Tony Jaa's rear in the film. It's a pity that he still doesn't get much recognition on his own accord given what's essentially his marquee films such as Born to Fight (which I had watched some time back on the big screen, and enjoyed), and this one titled Dynamite Warrior.

Which is one heck of a ride as well, as far as an action movie is concerned. Chupong plays the titular character, aptly named because of his arsenal containing rockets of all shapes and sizes, which can be used as an offensive weapon such as projectiles with an explosive tip, or defensively to provide a quick boost in a modified escape vehicle for the late 19th century. Alternatively, some are large enough for him to ride on as well. Yes, you read me right, Chupong's Jone Bang Fai is the quintessential explosives man, complete with Muay Thai elbow and knee moves to mop up and cripple opponents lucky enough to survive his shock- and-awe missile barrage.

But of course you know the story can't be all too serious, since it's a fusion of science and mythical elements, with evil wizards and spells being part of the equation on the villainous end, which our hero has to do combat with. In his quest to search for the killer of his parents, Jone Bang Fai conducts raids on buffalo traders, and soon come up against Lord Waeng (Leo Putt), an evil aristocrat with a cleft lip, whose invention the Tractor gets no sales because the Thai farmers are still used to their buffaloes. So Waeng hatches a plan to eliminate the traditional competition, and this sets him on a collision course with Jone.

Part of the fun here is the sword and sorcery type of storyline and characters, especially with Nai Hoi Sing (Samart Thipthamai) who proves to be quite the combatant since he's magical tattoo gives him superpowers and the ability to discharge blows from a distance, making him quite untouchable. He also has the ability to ignite his followers Bak Paen (Wichai Promchan) and Bak Kaan (Ampol Rattanawong) into using fighting monkey and tiger moves, which adds to the fun factor somewhat, as they go up against the Black Wizard (Panna Rittikrai) who has a secret weapon through the use of a virgin's menstrual blood (Yes, you read this right too!), and backed by Lord Waeng and his tough guy henchman with a voracious appetite, played by Somdej Keawlue.

The story contains its usual twists and turns and provides for some nice, though expected, development of the plot, and the only time when it sagged, was when it decided to focus on the romantic aspects between Jone and the Black Wizard's daughter Sao (Kanyapak Suworakood), in a shy guy meets outcast girl routine, which took quite a while because well, we the audience accompanies Jone in waiting for her next menstrual cycle. But everything was worth the wait as it was a precursor to one of the largest fight sequences to take place in a cop station, before the finale all out assault on the baddies lair.

Chupong dishes out plenty of of punishment as Jone Bang Fai, and if you're a fan of Tony Jaa, I don't see why you won't take to Dan Chupong and his brand of martial arts. The supporting cast, especially that of Samart Thipthamai also makes many of the fight scenes in the film worthwhile, and sequence after sequence just builds on what the previous had accomplished, making it a more than satisfying finale battle between good and evil, with plenty of bone crunching action to satisfy action fans anywhere. It's not a perfect film, but it contains many elements that make this a fun movie to sit through being entertaining at its core. Dan Chupong really should have made a bigger impact, and that remains to be seen with bated breath.

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