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Ong Bak 2

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In an adventure atmosphere, this movie centers around the struggles of a young boy,Tien, who during his childhood, witnesses the killing of his parents, the thing that affects badly on him, as he has to stay at the streets homeless, struggling against having his living, so he learns criminal works, but when he finds the opportunity to revenge, he does not hesitate, as he learns the martial arts in order to revenge from his parents killer.
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Cinematical
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December 17, 2009

We knew Jaa could bust heads; now he's just busting our balls.
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Moving Pictures Magazine
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March 25, 2010

A mix of martial arts, which includes Muay Thai, kung fu and Samurai swordplay, that was Jaa's inspiration for making the movie in the first place.
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Washington Post
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October 23, 2009

Taking co-directorial reins with Panna Rittikrai, Jaa has erected a portentous platform for his high-flying athleticism, bearing none of the freewheeling spirit or humor that made his feature debut a guiltless pleasure.
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New York Post
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October 23, 2009

There isn't much of a plot, although Jaa's fans won't mind a bit. All they want is lots of bloody, muddy action in the Thai jungles, which they get.
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Filmfest
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September 02, 2010

Let me be blunt - Ong Bak 2 is an incoherent mess...[Yet is] awesome, stupid, incoherent fun.
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Dallas Morning News

November 20, 2009

Ong Bak 2 is really just an excuse for several jaw-dropping set pieces that show off Jaa's killing skills.
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ReelTalk Movie Reviews
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February 23, 2010

The 'sequel' to Jaa's stunning international debut, Ong-Bak, and his third international outing after the entertaining The Protector, but it contains only a fraction of the previous two's joyful invention.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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October 23, 2009

Tony Jaa is a lot of fun to watch, but Ong Bak 2: The Beginning is not only a step back in time -- to 1431 -- but a step back in this martial artist's international film career.
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Seanax.com
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February 07, 2010

... the lack of any dramatic center leaves the action, for all its bloody carnage and brutality, emotionally untethered: all spectacle and no character.
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New York Times

October 23, 2009

Bears virtually no connection to the original.
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7M Pictures
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July 21, 2012

It was epic action, I will admit, but that doesn't mean that the writers should give up on the rest of the film completely.
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