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Ong Bak 1/2/3: Trilogy: Subtitled/Thai: 3dvd - £4.99 @ HMV

£4.99 @ HMV
Seems like an awesome price. Loved the first movie personally. Storyline messed the second one up. Yet to see the third. ONG BAK: Tony Jaa stars the man that Total Film describes as “Bruc… Read More
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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Seems like an awesome price.

Loved the first movie personally. Storyline messed the second one up. Yet to see the third.


ONG BAK: Tony Jaa stars the man that Total Film describes as “Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jet Li all rolled into one!” Abandoned on the steps of a rural village temple shortly after his birth, Ting (Tony Jaa) grows up to become a master of Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) and a hero to his people. One day, a single act of betrayal robs his village of its greatest treasure: an ancient and mysterious Buddha statue. Now, with the future of his people lost to fear, Ting must sacrifice all he believes, and, single-handedly, overcome the might of a ruthless criminal empire, to win back their greatest treasure.

ONG BAK - THE BEGINING: Exploding onto the screen in an epic tale of vengeance, this jaw-dropping prequel to Ong Bak 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. Knuckle up for a bone-crunching battle between good and evil…

ONG BAK 3: The mighty Tien (Tony Jaa), Muay Thai Warrior and fighting legend, has been captured, tortured and left for dead by the eternally cursed tyrant Lord Rajaseena. Beaten beyond any recognition, Tien is saved by the ancient Kana Khone villagers and revived through their strange, mystical rituals. Returning from the brink of death, Tien must now transform himself into an unstoppable force of vengeance and fury; an ultimate warrior prepared to unleash a storm of bone breaking, neck snapping, skull crushing justice.
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#1
Purchased, thank you!!
#2
hot from me!! ong bak was great,and have been meaning to buy the other 2!!
#3
First one was great. Will prob get these for the price, thanks op
#4
Mine has been posted :)
banned#5
Don't bother.

The first was amazing, the second and third were a bit ****. Just buy the first and pretend it finished there.
#6
There was a 3rd one? Wow, I really missed that didn't I! lol
suspended#7
rama26285
There was a 3rd one? Wow, I really missed that didn't I! lol


Yeah i didn't know there was a third one too :| is it any good?
Ong Bak and Tom Yum Goong were amazing martial art movies, and are cheaper than this
#8
great price but its dvds which ive moved on from when it comes to films. got the second on bluray i hope the 3rd gets cheap too, but you cant beat the first one. got the futureshop exclusive steelbook of the film, one of the best action films ever.
#9
3rd movie only gets good about 20 mins from the end, but worth a watch if you like tony jaa
#10
DarkKnight
rama26285
There was a 3rd one? Wow, I really missed that didn't I! lol


Yeah i didn't know there was a third one too :| is it any good?
Ong Bak and Tom Yum Goong were amazing martial art movies, and are cheaper than this


Yeah I agree Warrior King is probably better, but I think it's nice to have the trilogy, especially if you're after them all.
#11
hottt
#12
HOT. seen all 3 and all good. Dont see too many good martial arts films since bruce lee left us.
banned#13
Jinkz
3rd movie only gets good about 20 mins from the end, but worth a watch if you like tony jaa

I'd fallen asleep by then...

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