From taking up where the second installment left you hanging, the third chapter of the "Ong Bak" series was to some extent very distressing.
The plot was more or less totally imaginary, and what on earth the story was being told, was told in a truly puzzling and strange way, so it was hard to make any logic of the movie. It seemed like this was a platform of how we put the great Tony Jaa in vacations. Like in all of these magnificent, gorgeous lovely locations and have him work out his martial arts there. That was just the thing what the majority of the movie was about. Agreed that the scenes were presented well, and also agreed that the great Tony Jaa knows how to wrestle, but sorry to say, the entire movie was an extremely pathetic soup.
The action and battle scenes were indeed top of the line, as it is very usual in every Tony Jaa movies, and also there is somewhat incredibly energetic and lively to his actions and combating style. So, if you are in fond of that, then this movie doesn't disappoint you in that area. Considering the acting part here, well, there’s not to a great extent of that in reality available on here, to be frank. It is generally just screening off Tony Jaa and has these in actuality breezy images of prehistoric Thai civilization publicized off on the movie. Frankly, I liked seeing those artistic scenes, although again, not in fact something that can lift a movie. I feel "Ong Bak 3" is pretty much as feeble as “Ong Bak 2”, excluding the story in this one is even more confusing compared to the earlier two parts. Frankly they must have ended after the original "Ong Bak" movie which was in actuality explode of an action movie.
I was being let down with this movie, and I was really just sitting through it at the ending to look at Tony Jaa battle and waiting to experience what he can do. The movie lost me someplace in the very start already, for the reason that it was way too puzzling and didn't in reality come together in a larger sense. Overall, this movie has not freaking story, but only has lots and lots of useless actions, and that is about it has to offer.
1 / 5