• 电影名称 Tom yum goong

  • ——Vengeance knows no mercy.
  • 中文名称 冬荫功
  •  类型  动作 / 犯罪 / 戏剧 / 惊悚
  •  国家  泰国 / 美国 / 中国香港
  •  语言  泰语 / 英语 / 普通话 / 越南语
  •  时长  1 hr 48 min (108 min) / 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (Germany) / 1 hr 21 min (81 min) (USA)
  • 上映时间 11 August 2005 (Thailand)
I have watched this movie several times and have come to a number ofconclusions. The first is that 90% of the North American audience knowsnothing about Asian films and more to the point, martial arts. Severalother IMDb members commented on the repetitiveness of the movie,comparisons to Jackie Chan/...
Had the opportunity to watch Tom Yum Goong at a local cinema here inBangkok on opening night. Expectations were high, and the moviefulfilled them in both good and bad.The action was some of the best caught on film (do they still usefilm?) that I have ever seen. Panom "Ja" Yeerum again showed that wi...
As a coherent , well acted film tom yum goong is a failure.As anopportunity to see tony jaa completely and utterly destroy hisopponents in the most awe inspiring and brutal ways possible, its ahuge success! The action in tom yum goong is phenomenal to say theleast - tony jaa proves that ong bak was ...
After having watched Tony Jaa in Ong Bak about a week ago on TV, I waswaiting for the day when Tom-Yum-Goog finally made its way here. Therewas a film in between these two, called The Bodyguard, which wasn'treleased in the theatres here, so I guess I gotta hit the shops to lookfor it.My friend has l...
Ong Bak was a fantastic achievement by the young Thai fighter Americahas come to embrace as Tony Jaa. Fantastic stunts, amazing fightchoreography, and an overwhelming sense of brutal martial arts actionthat has been missing in fight films since Jackie Chan's Rumble in theBronx. However, the overall ...
The makers of 2003's Ong-Bak are back with bang, a crash, a couple ofelephants and many, many cracks. In fact, every other word spokenappears to be "Argh!". Muay Thay expert-extraordinaire Tony Jaa returnsto lead us once again, as his sacred elephants are poached fromThailand and sent to, of all pla...
I've never been a BIG fan of Thai movies (eventhough I am Thai) thatis, until I saw "Ong Bak". This was why I had high expectations for"Tom Yum Goong". There was tremendous HYPE in the Thai media justbefore the movie opened so as you can imagine, it didn't get goodreviews from the critics (ah ...exp...
The definition of Tom Yam Goong refers to the authentic Thai food whichcan be found anywhere in a Thai restaurant. But bear in mind that thismovie has nothing to do with that.I got a chance to watch this movie in Hong Kong. I was mesmerized bythe great action scenes done by Yaanom Phenom (Tony Ja). ...
The hardest part of watching this movie was that the action scenes wereso good, but the story was painfully bad. You may want the DVD versionso you can just skip through the story line to the beautifullychoreographed fight scenes. The movie starts off with so much promise -great pictures of rural Th...
In Bangkok, the young Kham (Tony Jaa) was raised by his father in thejungle with elephants as members of their family. When his old elephantand the baby Kern are stolen by criminals, Kham finds that the animalswere sent to Sidney. He travels to Australia, where he locates the babyelephant in a resta...
I saw this movie in Chiang Mai, Thailand the day it was released. SinceI really enjoyed Ong Bak, which also starred Tony Jaa and PetchthaiWongkamlao, I knew this movie would be great. I was NOT disappointed!The action scenes with Tony Jaa are incredible and I believe he willlikely continue to bring ...
I am in a state of shock to see the ratings this movie got. Now, Ireally liked the first one: it was an innocent, original, fresh, visualand funny action flick; as well as a good moral guideline for Thaiteenagers.This sequel is a very very painful mish-mash of Hollywood cringe-worthyclichés, with a...
If I could've given it a -10.The plot sucks (plot...what plot?). The action sucks (who the hellthinks it's cool for rollerbladers to fight with light bulbs - greatweapon guys). The acting sucks (great voice-over from the cop! Why ishis voice so annoying?) The editing sucks (it looked as choppy as aF...
Only reason I would give this movie a 5 is because Tony Jaa is prettyawesome, fight scenes with him are very enjoyable. The main reason Idisliked 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 toEnglish voices that w...
The movie's plot is, well, like it's from another dimension (which isThailand), going after the elephant. There are things in the story thatare simply unclear or haven't been explained well enough so there wouldbe a more or less fluent storyline. I understand this is difficult tomake in an action mo...
Loved ong-bak, well deserving of praise.This movie is like a bunch of scenes spliced together to make 1:20movie.There is no plot line. Story doesn't follow. Its just action scenesthat don't follow.Fan of Tony Jaa, he did what he was supposed too. The action directorsgot what they needed, maybe the d...
The Jatalangkabaht people are proud villagers who live as one with theelephants. Kham and his father look after the mighty Por Yai and thebaby Korn and, when they learn of a royal elephant inspection, decideto travel to the city to take part. However the two elephants are takenand Kham's father shot...
Seen the movie the first day it appeared in theaters in Thailand. Afterseeing Ong-Bak in Thailand too, I had to go to this one. Same asOng-Bak you don't have to speak Thai to understand this movie, thestory is easy to understand, maybe even a bit too easy. The first partof the movie we meet our Hero...
This is an awesome movie. But so it Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior. Nooffense to anyone who enjoys Tony Jaas movies but these two movies OngBak and The Protector are the same almost in exact. It was veryupsetting because it was like watching the movie twice. Be warned forwhom ever wants to buy this movie...
All right,first of all i did not hear anything about Tony Jaa beforeseeing this movie.But after seeing this one....So couple of days ago i caught preview of this film on TV and i said"this could be promising"... well to say at least i was notdisappointed.Not disappointed at all.The movie started wit...
After being blown away by Ong Bak, I was looking forward to see Jaa'snext film, Tom-Yun-Goong. I found that the film still delivered thesame amount of high flying, bone breaking combat which made Ong Bakwhat it was, albeit delivered in a different way.Kham (Jaa) is a village boy leading a peaceful l...
I was happy to hear of a Thai movie being imported into the US mediaand expected somewhat of a sensation knowing Quentin Tarantino helpedmake it a reality. The action is wonderful and what I might expect fromTony Jaa, but the plot or even realism of the scenes is drawn outbeyond fiction.The story li...
There are parts of Tom Yum Goong (or, as we like to call it, WHERE'S MYELEPHANT) that amateurish and distracting; especially in some of thecamera work and editing. However, those are but minor nit picks in amovie that has some of the best fight sequences I've seen. One, inparticular, stands out as i...
I am a huge fan of Ong-bak so was eagerly awaiting this, howunfortunate then that i was let down in such a huge way! The fact thatit took nearly 20 mins to get to the first fight scene was bad enoughbut then when Ja ends up in Australia we are greeted by some of theworst dialogue and poorest actors ...
As martial arts actors go Anno 2007 you will find it extremely hard todo better than watch Tony Jaa (also see Ong Bak) at work. This guy isamazing, his Muay Thai techniques are out of this world. I watched halfthe fighting scenes again in slow motion and would recommend you doingthe same. While it i...
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