The Protector

The Protector

Director: Prachya Pinkaew Cast: Tony Jaa, Petchtai Wongkamlao, Bongkoo Kongmalai


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Product Details

Release Date: 03/10/2015
UPC: 0883476146454
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: Weinstein Company
Time: 1:23:00
Sales rank: 31,183

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tony Jaa To Kham
Petchtai Wongkamlao Sergeant Mark
Bongkoo Kongmalai Pla
Jin Xing Madame Rose
Tri Nguyen Johnny
Nathan Jones T K
Lateef Crowder Madame Rose's Lead Capoeira Fighter
Jonathan Patrick Foo Madame Rose's Lead Wu Shu Fighter
Amonphan Gongtragan Goong
Damian de Montemas Vincent
David Chatchavan Asavanod Officer Rick
Sotorn Rungruaeng Kham's Father
Winai Poonpermponsiri Fortune Teller
Nutdanai Kong Kham, 9 Years Old
John Sambataro Por Yai, Bull Elephant
John Lamond Chief Inspector John Lamond

Technical Credits
Prachya Pinkaew Director,Original Story,Producer
Zomkiat Ariyachaipanich Score Composer
Kongdej Jaturanrasmee Screenwriter
Akadech Kaewkot Art Director,Production Designer
Nattawut Kittikhun Cinematographer
Nuttawut Kittikun Cinematographer
Sasis Milindavanij Score Composer
Napalee Screenwriter
Ekabhume Nganchamang Costumes/Costume Designer,Sound/Sound Designer
RZA Score Composer
Marut Seelarcharoen Editor
Somsak Techaratanaprasert Executive Producer
Piyaros Thongdee Screenwriter
Napalee Pyaros Tongdee Screenwriter
Sukanya Vongsthapat Producer
Sita Vosbein Associate Producer
Joe Wannapin Screenwriter

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The Protector 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
The protagonist is intense, focused--and naive/idealistic. Unlike the other reviewer, I thought that the plot was poignant, particularly relevant to today's world.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tony Jaa returns after his international hit "Ong Bak: The Warrior". The movie begins in Thailand where his elephant is stolen & taken to Australia. So, he goes to Australia to get his elephant back. I know, not a very realistic or good screenplay but it doesn't seem like the makers of the movie were that concerned with the story. Unlike "Ong Bak", they don't advertise that about not using any special effects. Although the story is not an exciting one, the movie provides many action sequences which will keep you entertained. Two main sequences stand (1)there is a 5-7 minutes of non-stop action in a mall & it is done in one-take, the camera follows Jaa's running back & forth punching & kicking the villains.It's a pretty amazing scene. Next is the final showdown where he fights abt 30 -40 villains & he keeps breaking their jaws, legs, backs, etc. Then, he fights these big Australian villains with elephant leg bones tied to his hand for hard hits. I only gave this movie 4 rating because the story is really cliche & cheap. If they could have come up with a better story, the movie would have done better business wise & also received better review. Jaa's acting has definitely improved as well but again, he is a action star & not a big deal. The movie is a must watch on DVD. I am looking forward to owning it.(In the US, it was released as "The Protector")
Anonymous More than 1 year ago