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There is too much B.S. in this movie.
It's clearly influenced by (but not quite as "out-there" as) other Asian martial arts/fantasy films like "The Bride With White Hair", and "A Chinese Ghost Story".
With that said, the film does have its flaws that keep it from being as enjoyable as it should be, so don't expect a Marvel superhero flick, either.
This was just absurd and painful to even watch. Ridiculous action, terrible "fighting," and really stooopid use of "dynamite" and rockets in the opening scene. Kind of Mr. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Handsome-Jeff Friedberg, an Author and Media-Critic, THE PARANORMALIST (R)
I have heard of "B" movies. They need a new class for this movie. It is a "C" movie. Read morePublished 17 months ago by JEROME
This movie was actually pretty good. The fighting scenes were decent if your a fan of martial arts just check it out.Published 18 months ago by Deryk Da Byrdman
Quite possibly the worst movie I've seen this week! Or maybe even this month.
The story is absurd, the dubbing is awful. What's not to hate? Maybe the fight scenes.
Looks like Spanish people or Philippines and not martial artist from china as they fly more than planes at Chicago airport, that makes this movie so silly and foolish I couldn't... Read morePublished 22 months ago by dennis
I liked this movie. Was done well.. good graphics n the martial arts was choregraphed well :) I would recommen this movie to everyone, and the place I got it from was quick.Published on July 10, 2011 by shunter33
The worst thing you can do before watching "Dynamite Warrior" is expect it to be Ong-Bak - The Thai Warrior. Read morePublished on December 27, 2009 by Mike Sehorn
It's a great film, and you get to see some of the stories of what thai magic is like. Not to mention that it 1900' saim and they're rockets being used as weapons.Published on October 19, 2009 by Christopher L. Gordon