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Dragonwolf (2013)

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The Devil's Cauldron, a city where depravity and violence has forged a society in which only the lethal and callous can survive, two young men who possess the intellect and ferocity to ... See full summary »


Raimund Huber


Raimund Huber (story), Johan Kirsten





Credited cast:
Kazu Patrick Tang Kazu Patrick Tang ... Mozart
Johan Kirsten ... Julius
Macha Polivka ... Mary
David Winters ... Brutus
Guk Srisawat Guk Srisawat ... Umiko
Stephen Thomas Stephen Thomas ... Right Hand Man
Bonnie Zellerbach ... Juliet
Sunanta Yousagoon Sunanta Yousagoon ... Anna Maria
Janissa Charoenrach Janissa Charoenrach ... Young Umiko
Vincent Kinne ... Vinnie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brahim Achabbakhe Brahim Achabbakhe ... Josef
Russell Geoffrey Banks ... Markus
David Bueno David Bueno ... Trio 2
Geoffrey Giuliano Geoffrey Giuliano ... Brutus (voice)
Anton Kalinitchenko Anton Kalinitchenko ... Boris


The Devil's Cauldron, a city where depravity and violence has forged a society in which only the lethal and callous can survive, two young men who possess the intellect and ferocity to flourish, carve a name for themselves as the most efficient and unstoppable hit men. Side by side, these two brothers are the deadliest killers, feared by even the most evil criminals. But when a woman of rare beauty mysteriously enters the brother's lives she blinds them with her sweet promises and turns them against each other, resulting in an epic battle that threatens to bring the Devil's Cauldron to the brink of destruction. Written by Johan Kirsten

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Release Date:

31 October 2013 (Thailand) See more »

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$3,400,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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The three goons are all eager to be the first to attack Mozart and so play Rock-Paper-Scissors to see who gets the privilege. However, it is the loser of the game (the one Scissors against two Rocks) who goes first. See more »

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Falls flat on so many levels
30 December 2013 | by halbarad_loireSee all my reviews

I'll keep this simple. The story is bad, made absolutely terrible by some of the worst voice-over work I've had the misfortune of hearing, and I've played some terrible games and watched some terrible films in my time.

The action is choreographed reasonably. This doesn't mean it's good, it's passable. It's noticeable too often and there is too much reliance on fighting, making it seem like it's just a wet dream fantasy of some random guy.

This wet dream fantasy is culminated with shoe-horned sex scenes or just random female nudity. Now, granted, this actually is the best part of the film for me, as a hot-blooded male who thought the film was pretty crap. The women were very attractive, but were simply there to be that, which is a shame. I say women, it was just one woman really, and a topless Asian girl right at the end.

Honestly, the film is just plain bad, start to finish. The only redeeming feature is the rare, but nice to look at, nudity. That makes me sound terribly misogynistic, which I swear I'm not (!), but it's the truth. It's not worth watching.

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