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Martial Arts film starring Tony Jaa

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  • Feb 15, 2010
There's a lot of martial arts action in this flick but the quality of the action isn't as good as in the first film.
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review by . March 16, 2010
Disappointment in the Jungle
   If ever there was a film I was looking forward to, other than DRAG ME TO HELL, it was ONG-BAK 2. Tony Jaa's Muay Thai left no doubt in my mind that he was going to leave a long trail of great martial arts flix (and battered, mangled bodies) in his wake, and I was eagerly anticipating seeing everyone of them. And the reviews for the film were so encouraging that I felt certain that this was gonna be a good one.       Yep. And then I saw it. And I found myself wondering …
review by . September 03, 2010
Now I have seen many many martial arts flicks and seen sum of the legends, the unknown legends, and the occasional one hit wonders. Ong Bak 2 surprised the hell outta me and honestly I can see a person having an issue with the story but the fight scenes? All I can say is this man is beyond human.       First off, the story was ok but its something thats been done and seen before as Jaa doesn't have a team truly focusing on coming up with unique screenplays but setting …
review by . April 30, 2009
posted in ASIANatomy
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Some years have passed since the success of "Thai Warrior Ong-Bak" which launched action superstar Tony Jaa to superstardom and his follow up hit "Tom Yum Goong" (aka. The Protector). The much anticipated sequel to "Ong-Bak" had experienced quite a few obstacles during production. Tony Jaa was at its helm as writer and director but for some reason, stopped production until his mentor Patta Rittikrai came to finish the film. This sequel occurs in a different period …
Quick Tip by . May 01, 2010
posted in ASIANatomy
A muddled mess with disappointing fight scenes. A sorry follow up to the first film.
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