Exploding onto the screen in an epic tale of vengeance set against the stunning backdrop of feudal Thailand over 600 years ago, this jaw-dropping new film features some of the most breathtaking fight sequences ever seen. Battling his own demons, Tien (Tony Jaa), must fight to avenge the slaughter of his beloved family. Taken in and trained by a vicious group of bandit outlaws, he evolves into one of the most dangerous and feared warriors in the land, his lethal skills perfected to the point where he is able to exact a terrible revenge on the men responsible for the murder of those closest to him. Following the ground breaking global success of 'Ong Bak' and 'Warrior King', Tony Jaa once again brings his sensational skills to bear in one of the most eagerly anticipated martial art films of recent years.
Tony Jaa at his best
- Ong Bak: The Beginning review by CP Customer
Those of you familiar with the Ong bak series will enjoy this as much as I did. It's not only a showcase for Tony Jaa to showcase his skills but it also has a decent plot to it and is well worth seeing. The fight sequences are well choreographed against a backdrop of some ancient thai temples. Enjoy