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Vengeance Of An Assassin (2014/Well Go USA Blu-ray)

Picture: B Sound: B- Extras: C- Film: B+

Natee became an assassin for only one reason, to find out who killed his parents, but when his family, friends get caught up in his battles he just can't avoid getting into bloodbaths ...with his bare hands. Now, he has to fight the entire mob to save his family and friends. Natee and his brother was raised by their uncle after their parents died, but what he didn't tell them was he and their parents were undercover police against the mob, but something went wrong and they were murdered. Years later, Natee and his brother has trained all their lives to find and kill those who killed their parents in Panna Rittikrai's Vengeance Of An Assassin (2014).

Thai certainly love their martial arts or Muay Thai boxing. Their moves are not so much as to hurt but dismemberment or break bones as much as possible. The idea seems to be beat others to as much as a bloody pulp as possible, and for the hero to endure as much pain as possible and then use their pain to fight back. Unfortunately, the film over did it and it makes the stunt and CGI effects look more fake, but I still emjoyed this one otherwise.

The 1080p 2.35 X 1 digital High Definition image looks solid and consistent throughout if not spectacular, while the lossless DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) Thai 5.1 mix has its moments, it has some location audio issues. Trailers are the only extras.

- Ricky Chiang


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