The Protector

Thai martial artist Tony Jaa gave notice that old-school bone cracking was back in the house in his first internationally distributed feature, ONG-BAK (2003), a paean to the power of fists of fury to outshine digitally enhanced, wirework-facilitated, editing-fragmented action. Jaa stuck with ONG-BAK director-scenarist Prachya Pinkaew for his follow-up, which...read more

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  • Released: 2005
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Thai martial artist Tony Jaa gave notice that old-school bone cracking was back in the house in his first internationally distributed feature, ONG-BAK (2003), a paean to the power of fists of fury to outshine digitally enhanced, wirework-facilitated, editi… (more)

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