Muay Thai Giant

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Overview

A friendly giant unlocks his untapped Muay Thai fighting skills, and teams with two young girls to take down ruthless Pattaya crime syndicate. Barney Emerald (Nathan Jones) was on holiday in the Gulf of Thailand when he was drugged, and his passport was stolen. Thankfully for Barney, a young, English speaking Thai girl and her tough-as-nails sister -a Muay Thai kick-boxer - agree to take him in until he can find a way home. Then one day, while dining at a restaurant owned by the girls' mother, Barney takes a ...
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Overview

A friendly giant unlocks his untapped Muay Thai fighting skills, and teams with two young girls to take down ruthless Pattaya crime syndicate. Barney Emerald (Nathan Jones) was on holiday in the Gulf of Thailand when he was drugged, and his passport was stolen. Thankfully for Barney, a young, English speaking Thai girl and her tough-as-nails sister -a Muay Thai kick-boxer - agree to take him in until he can find a way home. Then one day, while dining at a restaurant owned by the girls' mother, Barney takes a taste of spicy somtum, and goes completely berserk. Now, every time Barney takes a taste of tam bak hung, he unleashes a virtual firestorm of martial arts fury. Realizing that Barney could be the key to taking down the city's biggest crime boss, the sisters guide him directly into the heart of Pattaya's criminal underworld, and provide him with all the somtum he'll need to topple an entire criminal empire.
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Special Features

Making of Muay Thai Giant; Behind the Scenes; International Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/26/2011
  • UPC: 876964003841
  • Original Release: 2011
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  • Source: Magnolia
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 77,733

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nathan Jones Barney Emerald
Dan Chupong
Sasisa Jindamanee
Nawarat Techaratanaprasert
Supatta Wanthivanond
Technical Credits
Nonthakorn Thaveesuk Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Desho Bernard Screenwriter
Somjai Chanmoontri Action Director
Nopporn Kirdsilpa Art Director
Ratchata Panpayak Production Designer
Suchart Phatham Score Composer
Prachya Pinkaew Producer
Panna Rittikrai Original Story, Producer
Decha Srimantra Cinematographer
Suttisak Suttijit Sound/Sound Designer
Prawpleon Tangmitrjareon Costumes/Costume Designer
Somsak Techaratanaprasert Executive Producer
Piyaros Thongdee Screenwriter
Sompope Vejchapipat Screenwriter
Sukanya Vongsthapat Producer
Sita Vosbein Associate Producer
Mike Wilfrid Score Composer
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  • Posted June 27, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    Lame until the end

    This was boring for the most part, although when Tiny turns into an "orange hulk" from eating the spicy food, that was pretty amusing. The beatdowns involving a few other very large bad guys at the end made it all worthwhile.

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