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March 31, 2010
Great fighting action. Some of the best fighting I've seen in awhile. Watch if you like action and don't mind fair acting.
February 28, 2010
Tony Jaa is the s@*t, loved him in ONG BAK 1, THE PROTECTOR, and this movie.
February 22, 2010
It seems likes it has been ages since I've seen a great martial arts film. I stumbled across this gem in the video store and dared to try it. WOW was I surprised and impressed. I went online and bought the blu ray version of this and Ong Bak the very next day. This movie rocks! A must see for martial arts fans.
October 20, 2009
Ive had this movie on dvd for over 6 months, you got to check it out one time in the movie he fights over 60 people without stoping sick nasty")
October 11, 2009
It was pretty good, but IP Man with Donnie Yen is the hottest martial arts movie ********** about Bruce Lee's master... That's all I need to say!!!
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The hatchet-happy editor, ever-attentive to the transient attention span of the film's target audience, barely allows the hero time out from one virtuosic battle before he is flung in the face of a new enemy. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
You are not likely to see a better display of martial arts combat on screen for some time, even if you have to put up with some excruciating contrivances to get to it. Full Review
New York Daily News
The criterion couldn't be simpler: does a 20-minute martial arts battle featuring Thai superstar Tony Jaa sound like the ideal way to spend your time and money? If not, move on. Full Review
G. Allen Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle
Not only a step back in time - to 1431 - but a step back in this martial artist's international film career. Full Review
Oddly enough, it's when the action of Ong Bak 2 stops that this funkadelic freakshow shines. The screen is stuffed with a gallery of grotesques, some of Thailand's best character actors, who spend their time bleeding, bellowing, and slurping up eyeballs. Full Review