Bang Rajan's village warriors bravely battled the massive Burmese army but their defeat was at hand. Their patriotism inspired other villagers not to give up the fight against the great ...
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Bang Rajan's village warriors bravely battled the massive Burmese army but their defeat was at hand. Their patriotism inspired other villagers not to give up the fight against the great invader. They unite to form a small guerrilla force and ambush their enemies. Written by
blood of the warriors sacred ground is a sequel to the hit film blood of the warriors. The story is simple a tribe of warriors are fighting to protect there homeland and moaning about how little food they have. Not that this is a bad thing for the most part the action delivers but at 122 minutes the film is too long and has too many long winded speeches by the head monk of the village, unfortunately most of the middle section of the film is just them complaining about how there tribe is growing and how there is too little food to go around. But despite that i cant say the film wasn't exciting the first two battles were fantastically brutal and very stylish but the first two battles have finished at the 45 minute mark and you have to wait an hour for the next. This wouldn't be a problem if the scrip was better, its better than your average Hollywood action film but still poor this holds the film down from delivering the dramatic punch its aiming for. The main problem is this film is about the action and it has too little to satisfy even a casual viewer. If you manage to stay awake for that hour then you are treated to a final battle which is let down by poor CGI and a rain effect that is so dense its blocks most of the screen and action. Just when i had lot all hope the film finishes with a nice battle that is perfectly styled horrendously gory but again its too short. Its a real shame because when the action is done well its on par with 300 and the characters looked great but this doesn't make up for the lack of action and boring script.
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