• 2003
  • 1 HR 45 MIN
  • R

A country kid trained in the ancient martial art of Muay Thai beats up half of Bangkok in order to save his tiny village in this inspired, nonstop smackdown from Thailand. The villagers of tiny Nung Pradu are preparing to enact the traditional ceremony of presenting the robes to their deity, Ong-Bak — a ritual performed only once every 24 years — more

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Tony Jaa in Ong-Bak courtesy Magnolia Pictures

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