For a rundown of those extras, check out the reviews for those discs , , and. At no point do the three Ong-Bak films feel cohesive or particularly connected, but at their best, they do connect, both literally and figuratively. Frankly, The Protector's contemporary setting and familiar story make it seem more like an Ong-Bak sequel, whereas 2 and 3 could stand on their own as an unrelated period epic. I give the entire trilogy an overall rating of 4. He is trained in a bunch of different fighting styles to become one of the most dangerous men in the world. You kind of have to take Ong-Bak like old school kung fu movies. Yes it is filled with action but many of the early fight scenes are so similar in tone and content that they become a bit of a bore.
Ting tracks down Humlae and gets his money back after stunning the crowd by knocking out the champion in the ring with one kick. Do not take your eyes off of the screen for the last 30 minutes of the film because if you do, you will miss some truly amazing action. More of a wartime epic than a modern-day martial arts film, everything about this first sequel is much grander than its predecessor. The fights are well choreographed and certainly make for an entertaining time. Two of his pictures were sequels to Ong-Bak that made the unconventional choice of ditching the characters and contemporary setting for mystical prequels set thousands of years earlier.
Ting's presence in the city and his unbelievable martial arts skills help the trio score some dough, but they also catch the attention of a ruthless mob boss Suchao Pongwilai. Extras All the extras have been ported over because, well, these are the same discs. รอนับเวลาถอยหลัง และ กด Skip เพื่อดาวน์โหลด ขออนุญาตชี้แจงและทำความเข้าใจ สำหรับสมาชิกที่เพิ่งเข้ามาใหม่หรือท่านอื่นๆที่ยังไม่เข้าใจการโหลด ตอนนี้ผมตัดสินใจอัพเฉพาะโหลดฟรีแบบลิงค์เดียว ยกเว้นหนัง3Dไฟล์ใหญ่. The English dub track again sounds excellent and is handled brilliantly. He ends up crossing the local mob boss, having to fight in a couple tournaments and eventually having to flee and fight for his life.
The only addition is a really nice sleeve to put all 3 films in. The first Ong-Bak is very much in the time honored tradition of classic Jackie Chan films. At the new kingdom, Lord Sihadecho is a provincial ruler, and a gallant and noble warrior of a formally great dynasty. But when a gangster steals the head of Ong-Bak, his village's deity, Ting heads for Bangkok to get it back. Black Levels: Blacks are faded and grainy in the first film. Meanwhile, the treacherous and power-craving Lord Rajasena, a former city administrator of the capital city, plots to seize total control of all Asia and has amassed the greatest army in Asia.
His son, Tien, a spirited and unyielding youth, aspires to be just like his father, but is forced to undergo dance lessons instead much to his disdain. This is a review of this Blu-ray collection, and not the films themselves. The story of both Ong-Bak sequels feels like one two-and-a-half-hour epic stretched into two 90-minute movies. The other two films boast a much better depth and are above average in the department. The fights almost seem quicker and certainly last much longer than in the 2003 film. When you see all this revolutionary ass kicking going on, who really cares? This collection of three films includes three discs, each in its own standalone plastic Blu-ray case, packaged inside a mostly-black cardboard box. Its also a bunch of bullshit training and meditating montages.
Tony Jaa again stars in this jungle action adventure period flick set centuries ago. 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. Ong-Back 3: The Final Battle This third installment picks up on the cliffhanger set by the previous film. 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. The first film gets an eco-case and there are no inserts in any of the three cases, nor inside the outer box. Tien is captured and almost beaten to death before he is saved and bought back to the Kana Khone villagers.
Levels are good but the mix sounds thin. Conclusion I was surprised to find myself enjoying the Ong-Bak sequels more than I did the first time I watched them, and revisiting the original was fun. Ong-Bak 2 is a bit oversaturated in yellow. เรื่องย่อ : Ong Bak 2 The Beginning 2008 องค์บาก 2 เทียน บุรุษผู้ถือกำเนิดมาพร้อมกับคำทำนายที่ว่า จะเติบโตภายใต้วังวนแห่งคมดาบและกลิ่นคาวเลือด เข่าเป็นหอก ศอกเป็นดาบ ทุกส่วนของร่างกายใช้เป็นสรรพาวุธ สยบคู่ต่อสู้ให้แพ้พ่ายไร้ข้อต่อรอง โดยการสอนของ เชอนัง หัวหน้ากองโจรผาปีกครุฑผู้ยิ่งใหญ่ ที่ช่วยเทียนไว้จากตลาดการค้าทาส และสอนทุกศาสตร์ให้โดยหวังให้สืบทอดตำแหน่งหัวหน้ากองโจรต่อไป แต่สิ่งเดียวที่เทียนต้องการ คือการเปิดสังเวียนเลือดล้างเลือด ล้างแค้นให้ผู้เป็นพ่อที่ต้องตายอย่างทุกข์ทรมานด้วยฝีมือของพระยาราชเสนา!! Tien's anger is focused on Lord Rajasena Sarunyoo Wongkrachang , who murdered Tien's parents in his quest for power. I remember seeing Ong-bak for the first time years ago and being immediately impressed.
The mix is excellent and levels are steady. And as part 3 and part 2 were similar in story they're nearly identical in technical presentation. Now, Magnet, which released the two sequels to theaters, has acquired the first film, allowing fans to own this bizarre trilogy in a single package. These are the only reasons to check out these films as the stories are largely lacking and in the case of the first film, nearly non-existant. Where it might not be as shocking with its pounding, it is with its gore factor. The Blu-ray The Ong-Bak Trilogy arrives in a handsome glossy slipbox with embossed, gold foil lettering and a black backdrop, with a shadowy image of Jaa from the first film's promotional materials emerging from the darkness. He is joined by another town native, now turned city slicker, Humlae aka George Petchtai Wongkamlao , and the young Muay Pumwaree Yodkamol.
A movie that clearly has nothing to do with the original in any sort of way. The other two come in full, solid cases. Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior We have a simple story here. There's even a bit of family heartache and drama thrown in for good measure. The acting is great throughout the entire film; Each actor does an awesome job bringing their own touch to each character. Rajasena orders his men to kill Tien, but before this can be carried out, a man arrives with a pardon from the king, indicating that he will take Tien, much to Rajasena's ire. The picture is sharp and has a nice clarity to it which allows the much better looking photography and more vivid colors to shine.