Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior (2003)

Ong-Bak (2003)
(85) Some have said that Tony Jaa is destined to be film’s greatest martial artist. Ong-Bak does nothing if it doesn’t further this assertion. With action choreography that rivals Jackie Chan’s best work, this remarkable collaboration between Jaa and the talented Panna Rittikrai has reshaped the kind of physicality movie-goers now expect of an action film. Each cracked rib and broken jaw can be felt in the audience and Bond fans arguably have Ong-Bak to thank for the sheer ferocity and grit of the Craig entries.

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