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Dynamite Warrior -- After seeing his parents viciously murdered by a mysterious, tattoo-covered killer, a grieving young man named Zieng (Born to Fight's Dan Chupong) vows to avenge their tragic deaths in this action-packed martial arts extravaganza produced by Ong-Bak's Prachya Pinkaew and featuring stunts by Panna Rittikrai.


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Release Date:
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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1 win & 5 nominations See more »
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Same old Thai recipe... See more (13 total) »


  (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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Same old Thai recipe..., 7 February 2015
Author: Destroyer Wod from Quebec

I bough this movie when i was still trying to get my hand on everything that included martial arts. After many Thai disappointments, i decided to put this movie in the "to watch at an ulterior date" box. I finally decided to give it a go.

So once again, another Thai movie that do everything it can to make me uninterested in the protagonists. I am not hard to please, a good old revenge flick is usually a winning formula for me. Yet this is exactly the case here, a revenge plot, yet its far from being in the winning category i am afraid.

The martial arts are not bad at all, some scenes are actually pretty cool, but the problem is, there is some downs in the movie where nothing happen in term of action and the story is just simply uninteresting, mostly because of the characters. The whole rocket flying main dude was just ridiculous, the wizard character and the other guy using magic consist mostly of making small explosion of sand and having the enemies jump around, taking away the interest for me in the genuine action scenes And finally the 2 other bad guys, the cannibal big dude and the guy trying to sell them tractor are just so cartoon... only the Thais can pull out that much cartoonish characters.

All the non sense in the movie drive me away from what could had been a cool driven by revenge flick with spectacular martial arts. Yes Dan Chupong may not be Tony Jaa but he still pull out great choreography's.

The problem with Thai movies for me is that there is always non sense that make me roll my eyes and kill any interest i may have in the movie. Maybe its because i am a westerner, but i don't see to have that much problem with Chinese movies, even the more traditional ones. If anything some like Ip Man with Donnie Yen are among my favourite movies.

I do not recommend Dynamite Warrior unless you don't mind those Thai set-ups and are crazy for martial arts, no matter the story. I hesitated to watch it for a long time (over 1 year) and still it was exactly what i tough it was. Back to the

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