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Raging Phoenix (2009)

Deu suay doo (original title)
A violent gang is abducting and killing women around Thailand. Sanim and his friends, having had loved ones abducted, have joined together to break the gang of kidnappers. In a botched ... See full summary »

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Deu (as Yanin Vismistananda)
Kazu Patrick Tang ...
Sanim (as Patrick Tang)
Nui Saendaeng ...
Kee-Muu
Sompong Leartvimolkasame ...
Dog
Boonprasert Salangam ...
Bull
Roongtawan Jindasing ...
Jaguar London
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Jaguar Tokyo (as Marc Nghi Hoang)
David Bueno ...
Jaguar Bombay
Saroch Ruampaothai ...
Pai (as Sarocha Ruampaothai)
Klongkrit Klaydang ...
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Pramote Keawchan ...
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Pongoanai Naiyananont ...
Musician
Pakpoom Permpone ...
Transvestite
Tulaya Huntra ...
E-Tuk
Aino Takeshita ...
Japanese Girl
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A violent gang is abducting and killing women around Thailand. Sanim and his friends, having had loved ones abducted, have joined together to break the gang of kidnappers. In a botched kidnap attempt, Deu is saved by Sanim's crew. After learning their unique martial arts style, Deu helps lure the gang into an epic battle to save the women across Thailand. Written by Anonymous

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She's back...with a vengeance.

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Rated R for pervasive violent content and some alcohol abuse | See all certifications »

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12 August 2009 (Thailand)  »

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The fighting style is called Meyraiyuth, which is actually a fictional drunken style of B-boying infused Muay Thai which strongly resembles Capoeira. See more »

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Another Thai martial Arts movie... all in the fighting....
24 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

OK i have to admit i am generous when i give an 8, because i was to other movies as well a couple years ago. I know when i watch a martial arts movie to not look too much at the story, more on the fights. But since i started to go back on martial arts around 2 years ago and started my collection(which is now over 300 movies) i find the same problem going on with every THAI martial arts movie. To the Tony Jaa's to the unknown's. The fights are always very impressive, but the story is always CRAP !!! This movie is no exception. Some could say the initial synopsis is not that bad, gang abducting womens and heroes going after them. But where TAKEN(with Liam Neeson) succeeded in that department, this movie does not, going from one weird thing to the other and so on. The heroine training is pretty good and the initial plot seem pretty find, its later it become like "whatever". At least the fight are VERY impressive and well choreographed so you never get bored and always stay in the movie. But i would wish sometimes the Thais would learned that a good yet simple plot of a movie is the best way to showcase awesome martial arts. You don't need fancy stuff, you don't need weird stuff, you don't need stuff the audience would be like "huh....ok" . With Thais movie, its always the same thing, either a relic has been stolen and the hero goes after it, or its supernatural stuff. I don't know, maybe they should check the simple, yet effective formula of the US movies of the 90s. Hero got his ass kick, go back and train to a master, come back and kick the ass of the bad guy. I don't know... sometimes in martial arts the simpler plots work best, if you have good fighting to display and i can assure you this movie has.... Please people from thailand... leave the supernatural out of the martial arts movie... we don't wanna a cross over between star wars and bloodsport... we want just good ol martial arts.


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