Beginning the very moment that its predecessor left off, director Tony Jaa's supernaturally charged sequel finds Tien (Jaa) forced to do battle with his most dangerous opponent yet, a powerful phantom warrior known as Demon Crow (Dan Chupong). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Rent movies and games by mail without a monthly subscription and pay only for the movies and games you want. Blockbuster By Mail Subscribers can use it to get even more rentals each month. You'll have 7 days to watch, then return in the prepaid mailer.
No subscription required. Usually ships in 24 hours.
Blockbuster Instant Video
Watch thousands of movies instantly on your TV, tablet, mobile phone or computer with no monthly subscription.
You pay only for what you watch.
I'm a Tony Jaa fan but this movie is very slow moving with fantasy elements that are ........well...... ridiculous.
If you're looking for action and Tony doing some incredible stunts and martial arts scenes you won't find it here.
Watch the Protector or Ang Bak 2.
The fight scenes are well done as always but they're too few and far between, making this a weak conclusion to the Ong bak trilogy. The story is very thin, and there's more mumbo-jumbo and style over any type of substance. Makes for an okay rental, but nothing beyond that.
This has becoming another Rocky sequences. Once the innocent, the underdog feeling is gone, so as the thrill. We used to root for Tony Jaa, We cheered when he overcame. Now we just wish he kicked their behinds and get it over with!