A militia attack in the city-country Rodan separates a humble family. The attack fails, but a lot of people are missing, a UAE rescue team was deployed to help the suffering country - will ... See full summary »
Advait visits Goa where he meets Sara, a free-spirited girl who lives life unshackled. Opposites attract and all goes well until life turns upside down. Years later, Advait is on a killing spree with cops Aghase and Michael in his way.
Aditya Roy Kapoor,
A martial artist is forced by a Thai mafia gang to steal client information from a bank in exchange for his brother, who gas been kidnapped by the gang. When the gang kicks it up by strapping explosives to the man's brother, the man decides it is time to strike back.Written by
I just watched the new "International version" of the film. I must say that it is an improvement over the original Thai version which I watched previously. It should work better for the international audience. I think Ong-Bak was even re-cut for the US. Most of the humor and unnecessary dialogue has been removed. This version seems to place more emphasis on the fighting which really is the strong point of this film. The script is still weak in parts. Then again, what Thai action film doesn't have script deficiencies?! Overall, I'd say the International version is an improvement and it is not a bad little film. Hope to see it on video shelves in the US one day.
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