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Four backpackers arrive in Thailand to party and drink. A gambling game goes wrong and with their lives on the line they desperately decide to kidnap a billionaires daughter. Things go wrong when her 'father' doesn't play ball and prefers to use the kidnapping to further his own interests. Written by
Don't expect anything coherent in the story department. But that would be a real surprise now. I watch the movies for the characters, the fight scenes and some funny moments that occur. Looking at it like that, you have those elements in there. And you can see the effort they put in there, to go all the way (especially in the fight scenes, though not all our actors really get involved, plus it makes the beginning almost completely unbelievable).
I won't reveal the predictable little thing that is called plot here, though it wouldn't matter. What matters is how the fight scenes are. They are quite good for the most parts. The tone of the movie is unfortunately all over the place, jumping from comedy to action in a heartbeat, without making an effort. You might not care, but I did. Plus the acting was mostly non-existent (again something you might not care that much about, just saying)
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