Ong Bak 2 Synopsis
A man (Tony Jaa) uses martial arts to avenge the murder of his parents.
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Film Threat

By K.J. Doughton
The astonishingly gonzoid fight scenes from Ong Bak 2 might be the best ever filmed.
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75

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Jaa, mesmerizing as ever to behold with his pinwheel moves, also (co)directs for the first time.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

A must-see for genre fans. Jaa in action is poetry - even in a disappointing film. Let's just hope he regains his senses for Ong Bak 3.
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60

Time Out New York

By Joshua Rothkopf
The new film sometimes feels too snazzy in its jittery cinematography, but the stunts make it through the budget upgrade intact.
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60

Empire

Jaa’s period ‘beatquel’ is thick on action but thin on plot. Awesome final fight, though.
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The Hollywood Reporter

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You are not likely to see a better display of martial arts combat on screen for some time, even if you have to put up with some...
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40

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Unfortunately, the movie could use a bit of pachyderm memory, given its habit of flashing back to Tien's childhood with exactly the same...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
The criterion couldn't be simpler: does a 20-minute martial arts battle featuring Thai superstar Tony Jaa sound like the ideal way to spend...
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New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
A plot? Tony Jaa don't need no stinking plot.
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San Francisco Chronicle

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Not only a step back in time - to 1431 - but a step back in this martial artist's international film career.
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Exquisite

By BranFlakes1981
If you like Tony Jaa's other movies, you'll LOVE this one too! The cinematography is absolutely stunning. There are so many details in every scene. The fight in the alligator pit is beautiful with...

“ONG BAK 2” – There’s no “Partial” to THIS Martial-Arts film! Rating: 8 of 10 stars.

By jimchudnow
This is sort of a “prequel” to the 2003 original “ONG-BAK” film set in Thailand. Like that film, this one stars (& was directed by) Thai martial arts expert TONY JAA. In this version (set around the...

Ong Bak 2: the beginning

By Blackcat4231
Amazing film, Won't be dissapointed. Fight scenes were put together very well, camera work was good, Everything was pretty good. This seems more of a prequel to the Ong Bak since the second one says...

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Rated R | For for sequences of violence