A detective commits suicide in order to enter the spiritual realm between life and death, to gain supernatural powers to defeat the evil overlord Sadok. However, with each battle he must sacrifice one of his five mortal senses.
Opapatika is a special power that makes one become practically invincible. The power remains alive so long as that person is remains alive. In this film, five Opapatikas, each with their own unique power, are brought together. They meet in the middle of a great assassination that finally brings them loss, but a new start of their lives.Written by
Muddled Martial Arts, from the producers of 'ONG BAK'.
Being from Thailand and from the producers of the legendary 'Ong Bak' movie, this was a major disappointment. I understood the story but only on a basic level and I'm sure a lot of the intricate plot details, got lost in translation. I felt the action, usually the strongest feature was pretty mediocre, which was a big let down as 'Ong Bak', contained the most thrilling cinema history. For me it just became a bit of a drag and after a thousand rounds of gunfire (towards those supernatural beings), the protagonists still kept firing (to absolutely no effect)!?
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