It’s Valentine’s Day, so I decided to pay a special tribute to some of the ladies of the industry. I was gonna write a little blip about each fight, but I’ve made you all wait long enough. Hope everyone had a Happy Valentine’s Day!
The first fight is Jeeja Yanin from Chocolate. If you haven’t seen this movie, the story isn’t that great, but the fights aren’t bad either. Proof that girls can fight.
This is a fight that hasn’t gotten as much recognition, but is still a good fight to watch. I’m impressed that they resisted the urge to fight in the water and stick to solid choreography. Awesome job to both ladies!
Well, it looks like Tony Jaa is sending shockwaves through the martial arts cinema industry once again as he prepares for a sequel to Tom Yum Goong (the protector.) While there were reports that Tony was working with Sammo on a new film, Sahamongkol Film has announced that Jaa will be working on this sequel. (more…)
It seems like Jeeja Yanin will be back in a sequel to Chocolate, which made her a household name. While I’m excited for the film to come out, I can’t help but worry a bit. Tony Jaa went back to Ong Bak, and it was a bad idea. Is this going to be the same? (more…)
Jeeja Yanin ups the ante in her second film, Raging Phoenix. This movie takes a step away from the style that Chocolate had, creating a more elaborate and imaginative sequence. What makes this fight so standout is how hard these two ladies trade blows. (more…)
The following review may contain spoilers in order to accurately analyze and rate the film.
Raging Phoenix follows Deu, a young girl who is down on her luck. After getting kicked out of her band, she narrowly escapes being kidnapped. Her escape was due in part to that fact that Sanim, a bypasser assisted in her escape. (more…)
Happy Valentine’s Day! Following High-Kick girl, I have decided to spread the love with some another lovely lady, Jeeja Yanin. First, naturally, is Chocolate. No, not that kind of chocolate, my kind of Chocolate. (more…)