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Title Year Length (Minutes) MPAA Rating My Rating
Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior 2003 101 R 3.0 out of 5 ducks
Ong-Bak is a sacred Buddha statuette (the focus of a ceremony to bring rain to the drought-striken area), is stolen from the village by a immoral businessman Don, who sells it for exorbitant profits. Boonting (Boon) is chosen by the villagers to go to Bangkok to recover the statue. (Boon was abandon on the steps of the temple and raised by monks, who taught him Muay Thai, but is forbidden it by the monks). Given that whole fighting thing, his search is fraught with fight sequences (both underground fights and street fights). Boon is in an underground fight with the voice-box talking head thug, throws the fight in exchange for the return of Ong-Bak, but the thug refuses to pay up after Boon loses to the thug's guy. Boon gets a re-match with the guy, with the thug man telling his fighter Boon threw the fight; Boon beats the thug's guy easily, but a statue collapses and Boon's pal Humlae is trapped under some scaffolding and dies; girl Muay Lek freaks out (he'd promised to take care of her). Boon gets Ong-Bak and returns it to the shrine in his village; there's much celebrating as a parade marches with Boon riding on an elephant. (Interesting bit of trivia: none of the fights relied on either computer graphics or strings.) Moving film reel
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