#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Zin, former girlfriend of a Thai mob boss, falls for Masashi, a Japanese gangster in Thailand, the boss banishes them: Masashi to Japan, and Zin, with her small daughter Zen, to live next to a martial arts school. Zen is autistic, with uncanny swift reflexes. She watches the students next door and Muay Thai movies, absorbing every technique. She’s now a teen, and her mother needs chemotherapy. Zin has taken in a chubby kid, Moom, who watches over Zen. Moom finds a ledger listing business men who owe Zin money; he goes to them one at a time to collect in order to pay for Zin’s treatment. Zen, with her martial skills, becomes his enforcer. A showdown with the boss is inevitable.
Plot: Zen, an autistic teenage girl with powerful martial arts skills, gets money to pay for her sick mother Zin’s treatment by seeking out all the people who owe Zin money and making them pay.
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The Best Action Movie of 2009
In Thailand, during a tense meeting between the Yakuza Masashi (Hiroshi Abe) and the powerful boss of Thai mafia No. 8 (Pongpat Wachirabunjong), his mistress Zin (Ammara Siripong) falls in love for Masashi and becomes his lover. When No. 8 discovers their affair, he orders Masashi that does not know that Zin is pregnant to return to Fukuoka, Japan, alone. She delivers a baby girl named Zen and sooner the doctors diagnose that she is autistic. Zen is raised watching the students of a martial arts school nearby her home and Kung Fu movies on television and she learns how to fight by herself. When Zen (Yanin Vismitananda) is a teenager, her friend Moon (Taphon Phopwandee) uses her accurate reflexes to raise money to help Zin in her treatment of cancer. The snoopy Moon finds a black book with people that owe money to Zin, and he decides to collect the loans with Zen to pay the treatment of Zin. The girl is forced to fight with the henchmen of the businessmen to receive the money, attracting the attention of No.8 that captures Moon to force a meeting with Zin that tells Masashi that he has a daughter and is returning to Thailand.
I have just watched “Chocolate” and it definitely is the best action movie of 2009. The martial arts skill of Yanin Vismitananda is very impressive and the choreography of the fights is perfect, giving the sensation that they are for real. Along the credits, it is possible to see some accidents during the filming inclusive with the lead actress; in the end, the crew with a lady wearing a shirt written Brazil says good-bye to one injured actor or stunt in the hospital. Quentin Tarantino has recently provided his list of the eight best films of 2009 to the magazine Hollywood Reporter and “Chocolate” is ranked #5 in his opinion. My vote is nine.
Title (Brazil): “Chocolate”
a cute little girl with a score to settle and outstanding martial arts skills takes revenge on her mother’s wrong doers
what we have here are 2 major outlines on opposite poles of each other that best describe the movie. more like the angel on the left shoulder and the devil on the right if you will. the “dark” side of the movie portrayed as the “devil” brings about a negative sort of touch to the movie in terms of the script which is outrageously bad or in milder terms, too simple. the “angel” side of the movie shines in terms of choreography which is one of the best i’ve seen mostly because it is not repetitious and most of all, the heart of this movie reflects in the choreography’s REALISTIC touch in the truest way possible. if you own the DVD version watch the end credits and you will know what i mean. the story is all common…one man army (in this case one-girl army…yes, people you’ve read correctly not one-woman, but ONE-GIRL ARMY)which sets about to bring justice with a personal touch to the one she loves most…her mother, but the incredible action/fighting scenes are even more complicated given the fact the girl is autistic, and as much as they’re complicated they’re gracious and extremely well executed especially with the slow-motion camera. after the 30-minute mark, gradually we are introduced in the world of martial arts at its finest, with a gradual build-up of simple moves which later enchant the eyes as they transform in spectacular acrobatics. the last half hour of the movie (besides the main character), is the crown jewel of this flick, as the viewer is treated to a whopping!!!! 20 minutes of non-stop!!!! action sequences and fine acrobatics. all-in-all the summary looks something like this: poorly written script with a story that excels in action/acrobatics…in other words choreography at its finest. the latter makes up big time in terms of what the script is lacking but given these circumstances i think a truly martial arts fan can easily overlook the only big minus of this movie…the script. if the script would’ve been more complex, this could easily have passed for the perfect movie of its genre, but you cant have them all, can you ? still it is a good one to watch, totally entertaining. and on one last note, the plot says “an autistic woman….” the character is a girl not a woman, there is a major difference between the two. peace all and enjoy this bruce-lee stylized flick.
Original Language th
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min), 1 hr 32 min (92 min) (UK), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (Toronto International) (Canada), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (Mar del Plata) (Argentina)
Genre Action, Drama
Director Prachya Pinkaew
Writer Napalee (screenplay), Chookiat Sakveerakul (screenplay)
Actors JeeJa Yanin, Hiroshi Abe, Pongpat Wachirabunjong, Taphon Phopwandee
Awards 2 wins & 5 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital EX, Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panasonic Varicam AJ-HPX555, Zeiss, Canon and Fujinon Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Video (HDTV)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), HDTV (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical), D-Cinema