This movie stands alone only for Tony Jaa, and he proved it and does it again! I can only say that stunning martial arts action as only he can carry on and I was just completely drove away by this movie!
"ONG-BAK 3" makes logic out of the foremost two films in the trilogy by clearing up the source and value of the holy 'Ong-Bak' statue.
In the first chapter "ONG-BAK", he establishes the viewers to a prehistoric mode of Muay Thai and shows us how wonderfully he can carry out it.
In the second chapter, he illustrates us how fine he can mix together a range of martial arts styles collectively and his skill to exercise a number of prehistoric weapons.
In this third and last installment, he faultlessly merges Thai traditional dance with Thai Boxing.
In order to identify with and be grateful for this movie, one must appreciate a little bit about Thai Buddhism and myths. Of course as with all martial arts films, one has to also be acquainted with a little bit about the fighting method’s being demonstrated in order to wholly be glad about the martial arts movie being viewed.
I truly enjoyed the gorgeous sets and stylish costumes. It's a basic plot of good (Tien) versus evil (Crow Ghost), but with a feel of Thai to the story. One may ask why the additional the sudden supernatural and holiness? Well, if you paid interest to the very first installment of the series, then you'll already know that it has been part of the plot ever since the foundation of the trilogy.
"ONG-BAK 3" is martial arts, combined with artistic flick that delivers the class of action I at least look for in all action movies!
Rating: - 4 / 5