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Ong Bak Trilogy

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ONG BAK: THAI WARRIOR, Tony Jaa, the fighting superstar destined for film's martial arts pantheon, (New York Daily News) electrifies as a religious young warrior who swears an oath of peace. But when a gangster steals the head of Ong-Bak, his village s deity, Ting heads for Bangkok to get it back. In a film Time Magazine calls exhilarating with relentless, fever-pitched action free of stunt doubles and special effects, Jaa performs some of the most awesome physical feats ever seen on film.
ONG BAK 2: THE BEGINNING, Tony Jaa, the martial arts master who is as mesmerizing as ever, (Entertainment Weekly) stars in this epic tale of revenge set hundreds of years in the past. This prequel to Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior takes Jaa's skills to the next level, showcasing him as a master of a wide range of martial arts styles. The beatdowns are epic, with several jaw-dropping set pieces. The climactic scene qualifies as one of the best martial arts fight scenes ever. (LA Daily News)
ONG BAK 3 picks up where Ong Bak 2 concluded. Tien is captured and almost beaten to death before he is saved and brought back to the Kana Khone villagers. There, he is taught meditation and how to deal with his Karma, but very soon his arch rival returns challenging Tien for a final duel.

Product Details

  • Actors: Tony Jaa, Petchtai Wongkamlao, Dan Chupong
  • Directors: Tony Jaa, Prachya Pinkaew
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Magnolia Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 29, 2014
  • Run Time: 302 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JVQ7R1Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,306 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
When it comes to martial arts movies, I want to be blown away by the fight scenes, but there needs to be a story in there as well. If there are tons of fight sequences just for the sake of fighting, my interest wanes. Fortunately, the Ong Bak trilogy has plenty of fighting and drama both. The fine folks at Magnet Releasing saw fit to group all three films together and issue them on Blu-ray in a special package. The result is an excellent collection that will be a welcome addition to any film-lover’s library.

I had never seen any of the ONG BAK films prior to receiving this trilogy, so it was a real treat to be able to sit down and watch them in a single marathon. And seeing them in HD makes the action much more engaging; I love to see every jaw-dropping stunt and bone-crushing kick in crystal-clear clarity.

Each film is shot well and looks great onscreen. The production values look high, although the sets are, for the most part, very low-key. This is not a negative at all; on the contrary, it’s nice to see action films taking place outside of big-city venues.

The acting in each ONG BAK film is pretty good overall as well. Actor/director Tony Jaa is an amazing talent, and I hope to see much more of his work in the future; he is one of the few action stars that can actually act, so seeing him onscreen is always enjoyable, even when he is not breaking limbs and cracking skulls.

If I were forced to pick a favorite out of The Ong Bak Trilogy, I would have to say the first one is the one that jumps out at me. While the action is excellent in all three films, the first ONG BAK feels like it has more heart and more drama to it. I will definitely go back and revisit it again.
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“The Ong Bak Trilogy” is a compilation of the three tales comprising the story of Thai warrior Tien (Tony Jaa), a religious young man who swears an oath of peace. In “Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior,” a gangster steals the head of Ong-Bak, the deity of Tien’s village, and Tien heads for Bangkok to get it back. Action abounds, with Jaa performing his own incredible stunts.

The second film is a prequel set hundreds of years in the past, showcasing ever more mesmerizing action stunts from Jaa. Seven elaborately choreographed set pieces deliver some terrific martial arts action.

“Ong-Bak 3” is the most brutal of the films. Tien is captured and almost beaten to death before he is saved and brought back to his village. There, he is taught meditation and how to deal with his Karma, but soon his arch rival, a fierce supernatural warrior named “Demon Crow,” returns to challenge Tien for a final duel.

Tony Jaa will remind you of Bruce Lee. His moves are sleek, panther-like, and clean, and he is smoothly elegant even in fast-paced action sequences. Taken together, the three Ong-Bak movies have an epic feel.
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A classic stylized Martial Arts trilogy from Tony Jaa, I personally believe to be his master piece in a epic sense of highly skilled Marital Arts. Although I do believe Ong Bak 2 & 3 was the best in complexity of Martial Arts from Tony Jaa. There's no doubt that this trilogy is some of Tony Jaa's best work, though the Protector 1 & 2 are very good as well. My favorite in this trilogy is Ong Bak 2, perhaps because its so earthly primitive in raw skilled talents of the Arts and many adrenaline epic fight scenes within Ong Bak 2.
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I am so happy to have all 3 of these movies for my collection. I bought my boxset at walmart for a good price.
besides Japan and Korea stuff I collect I like and have some of Thailand too. these movies are perfect.
I also just got both Protector movies too. I don't really know what else tony does that is good. some of his other
ones are not that great from what I have heard and read. buy again happy to have these that I mentioned. I like all 3 but the first
film is my favorite. the first film is about Tony going to Bangkok looking for the head of his statue named ong bak. the other 2 films are prequels
about tony battling an arch rival. Extras included on all 3 films are interviews, a making of, trailers and more. the french rap music video is also included on the first film. you can also select the Thai language with optional subtitles and English dub for languages. check these films out. you won't be disappointed. I'm not.
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This is a review of this Blu-ray collection, and not the films themselves.

This collection of three films includes three discs, each in its own standalone plastic Blu-ray case, packaged inside a mostly-black cardboard box. You could discard the box if you wished, and the remaining cases would fit right in with the rest of your Blu-ray collection. Each disc has all the special features of the individual releases. Ong-Bak 2 and Ong-Bak 3 are labelled as Collector's Editions. Only the first film comes in one of those flimsier, eco-friendly cases with large portions of plastic cut out. The other two come in full, solid cases.
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Ong Bak was a movie that took the martial arts world by storm. The insane stunts, dynamic camerawork and all around fresh look made this the movie to watch for martial arts fans. Two more movies followed with varying levels of success that never quite equaled the original, but in the end all three were worth the look. Magnolia Home Entertainment collected all three movies and put them together into this single collection. They aren't even in slim cases; the same Blu-Rays that are sold separately are packages in this collection. Other than the fact you can get all three together there isn't anything special about this release. Here is the movie breakdown:

Martial arts movies generally focus more on the fighting choreography than any meaningful or complex storytelling. Ong Bak is no different. The first film was about a monk on a quest to recover the head of a prized statue that was stolen. The plot was just an excuse to have Tony Jaa get involved in impressive fight sequences, insane chase scenes, and all around impressive stunt work. The reason you want to see this movie isn't because you are drawn by the drama of a lone man's away from his element. You are watching it to see Tony's legs on fire (literally) beating up bad guys and slipping through obstacles a cat wouldn't dare.

Ong Bak 2: The Beginning is set in medieval Thailand and is a revenge story where Tony Jaa is a prince avenging the slaughter of his family. The story starts off with him as a child and moves onto his development and training up until he takes on his family's killer. It's another story that is there only to facilitate the martial arts, but this one was a bit more thought into it. This movies feels like it has more fighting only because there are more enemies to fight.
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