Ong Bak: Muay Thai Warrior
“Tony Jaa is the long overdue answer to Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan”
To fight for the honour of his village, he must unleash the ancient art of
In a poor village in rural Thailand the Nong Pra-du temple houses the sacred
statue of Ong Bak. The villagers believe that Ong Bak has magical powers that
keep them safe and prosperous. One night, former villager Don cuts off and
steals the head of Ong Bak to gain favor with crime boss Khom Tuan.
Without the head of Ong Bak- the village will fall into ruin. All hopes for
survival now rest on the shoulders of orphan villager Ting- a reluctant but
gifted Muay Thai boxer who must travel to the seedy streets of Bangkok and fight
for the life of his village.
Ong Bak contains the most devastating martial arts ever filmed. No wires, no
stunt doubles, no CGI – just the awesome power of martial arts newest master-
- Over 3 hours of extras!
- 2 Ong Bak Features: French Theatrical cut AND Thai uncut versions
- Making of Ong Bak
- ‘Born For The Fight’ Thai Boxing Documentary
- Cast and Crew interviews
- Fight Rehearsals
- Special Muay Thai fight moves
- and more!
- " Employing no special effects or wirework and doing all of his own
stunts, Tony Jaa is clearly the man to watch for the future of martial arts
movies. " – Mike Massie
- " The film is worth watching merely to marvel at what the human body is
capable of. " – Dorothy Woodend
- " [Tony] Jaa has an impressive physique, a steel snap to his delivery,
and a gymnastic prowess to his style, and director Prachya Pinkaew puts it all
on display in an endearingly naïve martial arts adventure. " –