- Starring: Tony Jaa
- Summary: Martial arts superstar Tony Jaa stars in and directs this epic tale of revenge set hundreds of years in the past. Featuring a huge cast and hordes of elephants, this prequel takes Jaa’s skills to the next level, showcasing him as a master of a wide range of martial arts styles - while provining him to be a promising director as well. (Magnolia)… Expand
- Director: Panna Rittikrai
- Genre(s): Action
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Oct 3, 2010Ok so the the plot is far from amazing but people that is not what these movies are about. This is a martial arts movie and reviewing it as such you cant give it anything less that 10. the combat is simply jaw dropping, especially when u consider that there is no CGI and no wire work. Tony Jaa is a living legend that as it stands due to disagreements over ong bak 3 is now no longer making movies.… Expand
AlexMFeb 15, 2010The story's convoluted and slightly stupid, but my god the actions awesome. i don't get these people saying that the 1st hours dull though, the scuffles and training scenes are great, and the bit where he hammers his childhood captors with a drunken fu style is awesome! it's not warrior king, but it wasn't meant to be, and so we can forgive it for the changes in pace and theme.… Expand
Jul 23, 2011The story wasn't as strong as that of the first film. The addition of the magic element really made it more a of manga-style film. That's not really a good thing following one of the best blunt edge martial arts films ever made. Even so OB2 is a good action packed flick that should satisfy most martial arts film fans.… Expand
ChrisH.Nov 1, 2009Very weak as a film by itself, but incredible as martial arts picture. Tony Jaa continues to set the screen fighting standard.
VictorOct 25, 2009I prefer the first movie. This one I didn't like so much, is totally different of the first one. Weak.
PNFeb 4, 2010Fights were good, plot was TERRIBLE.