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In Bangkok, the young Kham was raised by his father in the jungle with elephants as members of their family. When his old elephant and the baby Kern are stolen by criminals, Kham finds that the animals were sent to Sidney. He travels to Australia, where he locates the baby elephant in a restaurant owned by the evil Madame Rose, the leader of an international Thai mafia. With the support of the efficient Thai sergeant Mark, who was involved in a conspiracy, Kham fights to rescue the animal from the mobsters.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Only reason this movie deserves a 5 is because it has Tony Jaa...
Only reason I would give this movie a 5 is because Tony Jaa is pretty awesome, fight scenes with him are very enjoyable. The main reason I disliked the movie had to do with the way they did certain parts of it. Without going into too much detail, they had Thai actors lip syncing to English voices that were amazingly accent free. Movie would have been much better if the Thai actors had spoken bad English, the lip syncing was terrible. Many parts of the movie don't really make much sense, why would poachers take an elephant to Austrailia? But if you want to see Tony Jaa in some pretty cool fight scenes, then you might as well watch this movie. If you want to see a movie that makes sense then see something else.
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