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Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior (2003) Poster

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Continuity 

Inside the cave where Ting is fighting the thug who is armed with a large two-person saw, the thug is attempting to push the saw into Ting's throat and Ting is holding the saw at bay with his forearms. In another shot, Ting is using his right forearm and left palm to keep the saw at bay. In the very next shot, Ting is using both forearms again.
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Character error 

In the cave near the end of the film, Saming is no longer using the electronic voice box that he had to use to speak with throughout the rest of the movie
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Continuity 

During the fight in the cave, just after Ting sees that George is being pulled up by a rope around his neck, two men attack Ting from the front and back. Ting kicks the man to his front in the head, jumping out of the way of the rear attack in the process; however, in the next shot the man behind him is down unconscious despite not having been hit.
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When Tony Jaa executes one kick to knock out his first tournament fighter, he is clearly in a left fighting stance; yet, without changing his stance, he kicks from a right fighting stance.
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When Mad Dog is throwing plates at Ting, there is a bystander in the corner near Ting. He disappears and reappears between shots.
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Ting's pants have a rip near the calf area that appears and disappears between shots in the battle in front of the big Buddha head near the end of the movie.
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When Humlae is thrown by Don onto the gas pumps, his head is resting in the middle of the concrete. In the next shot, his head is hanging over the edge.
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During the tuk-tuk chase scene, Humlae's tuk-tuk reaches the end of the incomplete highway and the chasing vehicles fall over the edge. There are several shots as they fall and Humlae's tuk-tuk alternates between having one wheel off (low shot) and being fully on the highway (high shot). It is only after the initial chasing tuk-tuks have fallen off that his vehicle actually gets pushed halfway off.
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When Ting and Humlae are running from Peng and his gang, Humlae jumps over a spear and rips his pants. The rip disappears and re-appears from shot to shot.
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During the Tuk-Tuk chase scenes, the driver is clearly missing from the vehicle. Once when the vehicle flips over an explosion and once when it crashes into the building.
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At the end, in the cave, when Humlae is trapped, and Muay is attempting to free him, then shakes him, you can see his entire body is actually free and they could have pulled him out. The stuff on top of him is loose as well and shakes with him.
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Crew or equipment visible 

In the tracking shot of Ting being chased, just after he leaps over the children, the sound recordist can be seen holding his microphone and moving with the gang members on the right side of the frame.
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Miscellaneous 

There is one spot in the film where Ting, Humlae and Muay are eating on a street corner. Before this scene changes, it always freezes for a second, no matter what copy of the film you have or what DVD player you are watching it on.
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Revealing mistakes 

In the end fight between Ting and Saming, the less athletic Saming is obviously doubled by a guy with a different posture and hair style.
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When the hero jumps through the air from a pickup truck in order to knee an helmet wearing opponent in the head, you can see that he is wearing knee pads.
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During the cave fight with the thugs dressed in black, just after Ting hits the thug wearing the sleeveless shirt and head cap, during the slowdown scene to take out the thug you can see the thug's padding underneath his shirt.
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Obvious stunt double when Don throws Humlae against a gas pump - Humlae's stunt double has a smaller head and more hair.
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When Humlae and Ting venture into the Cave riding a motorcycle, the stand of the motorcycle is still down.
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Obvious (shorter) stunt double when Mad Dog is thrown through the window.
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Obvious stunt double when Humlae jumps through the wooden window to attack Don, and when Don throws him over the gas pump. Humlae's stunt double has a smaller head and more straight hair. Stunt double is used in both scenes.
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Toshiro (the Japanese fighter in the club) is clearly doubled in his scenes multiple times.
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