Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment | Release Date: June 20, 2003
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ChadS.Aug 9, 2003
Suriyothai must be on the cutting room floor because there's not enough of her in this truncated version to care if she lives or dies during the final set piece. Yes, the elephants are real, more real than the actors. The difference Suriyothai must be on the cutting room floor because there's not enough of her in this truncated version to care if she lives or dies during the final set piece. Yes, the elephants are real, more real than the actors. The difference between young Suriyothai and old Suriyothai is that her smile loses its beatific quality. The elephants are fun to gawk at but they take you out of the movie. (1. You wonder if the elephants are properly tranquilized as the charges go off around them. 2. You can't hurt the elephants.) The Burmese army must be a pretty inept outfit if they can't hit a target, yes, the size of an elephant. But a second-rate epic is better than no epic at all. Worth a look. Expand
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