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Thread: Tony Jaa - The Protector [2006]

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    mr. nails's Avatar m@D @n!m3 BT Rep: +1
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    AKA: Tom Yum Goong, which came out in 2005, for those who have already seen this one. it was alright i guess. not better than ong-bak, but is still worth the watch. i honestly don't see tj going very far in the movie business. he'll end up like the american ninja movies... mark my word. lol, i'll keep watching his movies i'm sure, but w0w, he plays his style out a bit when fighting. every move is the same. elbo, flying knee. meh, u'll c and get bored. maybe i'm wrong? anywho, the story is quite retarded, but the fight scenes are what u wanna watch anyway, right?

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    I saw the commercial on tv, if its like ong-bak I gotta see it

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    lol seen this movie longgggggggggg time ago, pretty sure you guys can find it somewhere in the bittorent network

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    They just changed the name because people can't pronounce it. haha!!

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    I saw the movie and being a big fan of the first this one i have to amit was abit poor. Mostly with the overall music sound when there was a fight scene. The BMX, Skateboarders fight scene was abit to long. The last scene i laughed abit when he had the bones on his arms
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    Watched both Ong Bak and Tom Yum Goong and thought they were both brilliant movies. The plot could have been better in both movies but who cares when you see the fighting scenes. Can't wait for Sword and Ong Bak 2 to be released.

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    I wish those movies were Americanized with the original action.

    I had a hard time trying to get to the action in Ong-Bak.

    Imagine Ong-Bak with good film quality and a story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman™ View Post
    I wish those movies were Americanized with the original action.
    what does that mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. nails View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Busyman™ View Post
    I wish those movies were Americanized with the original action.
    what does that mean?
    Besides the action scenes in Ong-Bak, I hated the movie.

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    I have never watched those 2 movies you guys mentioned but I did hear very good comments about the fighting scenes the movies have but not the plots.

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