When Bobby dies in a car accident he is not allowed to enter heaven but has to stay in one of the lower levels until he has worked enough as an guardian angel in order to deserve paradise. One of his jobs is Lenny, a gifted boy, who loves his schoolmate Sharon who is the most beautiful girl of the class. But she does not even notice him so that he is about to commit suicide. Bobby prevents this and dresses Lenny up making him a playboy and tough guy so that he gets what he wants although Bobby knows that this is not the best. Thinking that his job is done, Bobby realizes that Lenny's mother is his former girlfriend who has married another guy. Although not being allowed he makes himself visible to her...
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Kendall C (de) wrote: This is a great movie,filled with electric performances, slick direction and beautiful cinematography. I think a lot of people went in with the wrong expectations that's why it has such a low user score. I implore you to give it a second glance if you didn't like it upon first watch.
Doctor S (it) wrote: The previous two Tony Jaa films I saw, The Protector and the original Ong Bak (The Thai Warrior), were both exciting, jaw-dropping exercises in martial arts, physical strength, flexibility, and stunt ingenuity. Ong Bak 3 contains some of those elements, but never close to the same extent, instead relying more on ridiculously overwrought drama. Having missed Ong Bak 2, the story begins confusingly with numerous flashbacks. There are only two noteworthy fights for the first hour, which would be fine if there was a story to tell. Instead, during that time all that happens is Jaa gets thrashed within an inch of his life, the bad guy has nightmares of a curse inflicted upon him by the king he poisoned to take his throne, and then Jaa is rescued and brought slowly back to health. And I do mean slooooowly, the healing ceremony alone lasts for several tedious minutes. Tony Jaa is not a great actor and doesn't possess the screen charisma of Jackie Chan or Bruce Lee, and here he exhibits a messianic complex by repeatedly posing in exaggerated stances for the camera while accompanied by majestic orchestra swells (and with shaggy Jesus hair and beard oddly enough, one would certainly not guess Christianity as his religious affiliation). The effect is so self-important as to be laughable. Once again, there is a single funny joke allowed, but the rest is buried beneath a level of self-seriousness that his other films managed to handle.The good points naturally include the few fight sequences, which as a sidenote are quite bloody. Often seen in slow motion, there is no doubt he and his stunt crew took some very hard knocks. Snapping spear shafts never looked so cool and you'll probably never see a mass fight sequence with elephants involved in the choreography anywhere else. A second bad guy called 'The Crow' has a great look and was actually a more interesting figure than the hero which is often another ominous sign. With the body's clock limiting the amount of abuse it can withstand, maybe Jaa is looking in another direction with the shift in balance between drama and action here. If that's the case, I will rapidly lose interest in his future projects if they are similar in design to Ong Bak 3.
Jarred L (ca) wrote: You know those films that you watch with your friends as a joke and you get a great laugh out them? Well, this isn't one of them. I set the bar on the ground for this film, and it took out a shovel and tunneled under it. Terrible down to the plot synopsis. I mean, vampires? Seriously? They couldn't even get the monster right.
John G (ag) wrote: Don't stray off the roads if you are in back country West Virginia! A stranded group of young people find themselves victims to a hillbilly family - the Stauntons. The plot was illogical, the movie uncomfortably gruesome at times, moderately scary. Nothing much here to stand out from the crowd.
Mandeep S (au) wrote: An average comedy flick. Nothing new to offer. Priyadarshan is hurting his reputation as a director with this kind of work.
Ben T (nl) wrote: Pretty much the same thing but I may have liked it better then the first for some reason.
Phillie E (br) wrote: Low brow, hillbilly sewage.
Brian S (ag) wrote: Bill Murray was the only thing good about this movie.
Nicholas A (au) wrote: Kinski, Keitel, swords, spaceships what is not to like!! well quite a lot actually but if you wanna just lay back and party like it's 1985 this and Spacehunter would make a great double-bill with a beer accompaniment
Darrin C (ru) wrote: It still has that Spaghetti Western feel that I love along with another good Eastwood plot where he's to get revenge on those who wrongfully tried to hang him!
Greg W (fr) wrote: awesome weepie from the queen of WB
Courtney W (gb) wrote: It's like Medieval football, but pleasantly camp.
Kaitlyn S (ag) wrote: Seemingly good movie then BAM sad ending. You were warned.