Born To Fight

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Overview

From the filmmakers behind Ong Bak and The Protector comes the landmark Thai action film that starts with a bang and never lets up. A remote village deep in Thailand has been overtaken by terrorists and threatened with nuclear annihilation. Just when it seems that all hope has been lost, an elite undercover operative assembles a powerful fighting force in hopes that the team can disarm the terrorists and save their nation before it's too late.
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Overview

From the filmmakers behind Ong Bak and The Protector comes the landmark Thai action film that starts with a bang and never lets up. A remote village deep in Thailand has been overtaken by terrorists and threatened with nuclear annihilation. Just when it seems that all hope has been lost, an elite undercover operative assembles a powerful fighting force in hopes that the team can disarm the terrorists and save their nation before it's too late.
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Special Features

Disc One: ; Feature commentary with Hong Kong cinema expert Bey Logan; ; Disc Two: ; The making of an action epic, a 60-minute documentary; Action! - on the set of Born to Fight; Original theatrical trailer; U.S. promotional trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/24/2007
  • UPC: 796019797030
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Dragon Dynasty
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 61,962

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dan Chupong
Technical Credits
Panna Rittikrai Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dragon Dynasty, Vol. 8: Born to Fight - Film
1. Opening Credits [5:31]
2. Private Road [8:46]
3. Sports Authority [3:47]
4. Pha-Tong Village [11:10]
5. Invaders [7:34]
6. Demands [7:20]
7. Fire Fight [4:02]
8. Launch [5:54]
9. Fighting Back [8:51]
10. Revenge [5:22]
11. Assault [4:36]
12. The Cavalry [3:41]
13. Rocket [3:56]
14. Loose Ends [6:03]
15. Aftermath [5:11]
16. End Credits [3:55]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Dragon Dynasty, Vol. 8: Born to Fight - Film
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      Audio Options
         Thai DTS
         Thai 5.1
         English 5.1
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         None
   Feature Commentary
      View the Film With Feature Commentary by Hong Kong Cinema Expert Bey Logan: On
      View the Film With Feature Commentary by Hong Kong Cinema Expert Bey Logan: Off
Disc #2 -- Dragon Dynasty, Vol. 8: Born to Fight - Special Features
   The Making of an Action Epic
   Action!: On the Set of Born to Fight
   Trailers
      Original Theatrical Trailer
      U.S. Promotional Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not as Good as Ong-Bak or The Protetor, but...

    If you are looking for a movie as good as Ong-Bak or The Protector, then you will be disappointed in this film. The leading actor just does not have the appeal that Tony Jaa has. The basic plot is a delegation of the Thai sports' team comes to a small village to provide goodwill. The village is overrun by terrorists, who then bring a nuclear missile into the village. After half the village is wiped out by the terrorists, they and the delegation are taken to the middle of the village. After hearing a Thai song/anthem, the whole village is inspired to attack the terrorists. The movie starts off well, and has some crazy action with 2 semi-trucks and a van. When I was watching the film, I was amazed how some of the actors did not get killed or permanently injured. During the credits, they show how some of the stunts are done. Some of the actors did get hurt, and one guy almost had his head taken off. As someone said in a review, those guys better have had some serious medical insurance or signed a death waiver! The movie did slow down in the middle, but definitely picked up at the end. Some of scenes were a bit over the top, and this movie really could not decide whether it wanted to be a serious action flick, or a comedy-action movie. It was an enjoyable movie for the 96 minutes, but definitely not one of the top martial arts movies.

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