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#129346 - 03/15/04 05:50 PM Ong Bak
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Registered: 09/02/03
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It's Thai, it's incredible, find it and watch it as soon as you are physically able. You can view the trailer here: http://www.europacorp.com/Medias/Films/Videos/ongbak/t_ob_qhd.mov

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#129347 - 03/16/04 08:45 AM Re: Ong Bak
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Syrio:
It's Thai, it's incredible, find it and watch it as soon as you are physically able. You can view the trailer here: http://www.europacorp.com/Medias/Films/Videos/ongbak/t_ob_qhd.mov [/QUOTE]

I've seen it about a month ago. A great movie indeed.

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#129348 - 03/16/04 02:12 PM Re: Ong Bak
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Yeah, I've heard good things about it. I believe that the version soon to be released over here will be a 2 disc DVD with a ton of extras - sounds good.

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#129349 - 07/21/04 03:09 PM Re: Ong Bak
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Ong-Bak finally gets US nationwide release in NOV!
Here's a cool review I found:
There is a scene in Ong-Bak where the hero, Ting, kicks a bad guy out of a second-story plate-glass window, then jumps out after him and delivers several pummeling blows to the guy's chest while still in free-fall. At another point, Ting does cartwheels over a wok full of boiling grease and a flouring table without touching anything. And at yet another, he evades a whole gang of enemies by simply jumping up on their shoulders and running out of the room across the tops of their heads. And then there's a scene where Ting fights with his legs on fire. And...

Ong-Bak has the thinnest possible excuse for a plot, characters with all the dimension of something die-cut from the back of a cereal box, and eminently unquotable dialogue. And none of that matters, because the movie is just a clothesline for the most flabbergasting physical stunts attempted on film since Drunken Master II. When Ong-Bak had its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of its Midnight Madness program, the audience gave it a standing ovation—something no other film in the 16-year history of the program had ever received. Me? I grinned like an idiot all the way through. You want meaning and social significance, go watch Ikiru.

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#129350 - 07/21/04 11:27 PM Re: Ong Bak
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by azngirl:
Ong-Bak finally gets US nationwide release in NOV!
Here's a cool review I found:
There is a scene in Ong-Bak where the hero, Ting, kicks a bad guy out of a second-story plate-glass window, then jumps out after him and delivers several pummeling blows to the guy's chest while still in free-fall. At another point, Ting does cartwheels over a wok full of boiling grease and a flouring table without touching anything. And at yet another, he evades a whole gang of enemies by simply jumping up on their shoulders and running out of the room across the tops of their heads. And then there's a scene where Ting fights with his legs on fire. And...

Ong-Bak has the thinnest possible excuse for a plot, characters with all the dimension of something die-cut from the back of a cereal box, and eminently unquotable dialogue. And none of that matters, because the movie is just a clothesline for the most flabbergasting physical stunts attempted on film since Drunken Master II. When Ong-Bak had its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival as part of its Midnight Madness program, the audience gave it a standing ovation—something no other film in the 16-year history of the program had ever received. Me? I grinned like an idiot all the way through. You want meaning and social significance, go watch Ikiru.
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I agree wholeheartedly!

[This message has been edited by Syrio (edited 07-21-2004).]

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#129351 - 10/02/04 01:11 AM Re: Ong Bak
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Great movie... have to admit it. Contains a lot of fighting skills and catches ppl heart! a movie worth watching =)

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#129352 - 05/22/05 12:04 PM Re: Ong Bak [Re: Syrio]
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I loved it, but why when he was fighting in the club and on streets did he look like a karate/tkd guy while when he fought the burmese guy in the cave he looked like a muay thai boxer. Are there different ways of fighting in MT?
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#129353 - 05/28/05 03:51 AM Re: Ong Bak [Re: trevek]
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Registered: 05/20/05
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Thats one of the best new martial arts movie I have seen in a long time good action and story from start to finish. Some of the best fighting and acrobatic scened could give Jackie Chan and Jet Li a run for there money. The best effect in the movie was when he did his spinning hurricane FIRE kick that was cool.
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#129354 - 06/19/05 01:22 AM Re: Ong Bak [Re: Rumble]
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Registered: 06/18/05
Posts: 47
Loc: Brisbane, Qld, Australia
I personally hated it. The fights were so fake. Jumping double elbows. Come on?

Same week, MA movies, the quality has long gone.
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#129355 - 07/26/05 01:12 AM Re: Ong Bak [Re: madmattg]
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Posts: 24
Loc: California, US
What i have found from reading some articles is that:

The main characters real name is toni jaa. He did stunts originally and was quite good. He knows Muay Thai and I believe it said Wushu.

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