Thai movie dvd: Ong Bak 1 and 2 + Tom yum goong Collector's edition

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Original, Factory Sealed in tin boxed set, collector's edition, authenticated by our government

High definition NTSC dvd format


DTS master audio

English subtitles for all movies and episodes

Tony Jaa Collector's edition, includes the ff movies in 3 dvd disk:

Ong bak 1 - The thai warrior

 Directed by Prachya Pinkaew - Starring Tony Jaa, Petchtai Wongkamlao, Pumwaree Yodkamol
20th Century Fox - Rated R - 105 min - Martial Arts

Ong-Bak Muay Thai Warrior is pure, grade-A corny fun. Strictly following the martial arts film playbook, director Prachya Pinkaew uses a paper-thin, utterly predictable plot to set up a string of fights and chase scenes designed to show off the considerable talents of his energetic star, Tony Jaa. These include a footrace through the streets of Bangkok during which he leaps over cars, slips between two planes of glass, and dives through a coil of barbed wire two guys just happen to be loading onto a truck. His opponents at the fight club, each one more menacing than the last, are like comic book monsters made flesh. And of course, there's a merciless villain behind it all who must be vanquished in a final showdown. All of this is accomplished with sufficient flair, though Pinkaew's habit of showing Yeerum's more awesome stunts three times each becomes, well, repetitious, and saps some of the energy from the action scenes. The film is, after all, a bid to catapult Jaa into the ranks of international action stars like Jackie Chan and Jet Li. Tony uses an indigenously Thai martial art form that, in the movie at least, involves a lot of leaping and flying elbows. In one memorable scene, it also includes jumping off a tall platform, knees first, into a prone bad guy. Impressively, he does it all without wires or digital effects. A perfect, if formulaic, showcase for its star's skills, this film delivers exactly what it promises.

Ong Bak 2- The beginning

ony Jaa stars in and directs this epic tale and prequel to Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior. Jaa returns in this story of revenge set hundreds of years in the past. An orphan boy raised by bandits is trained to be a killer and prophesied to be the conqueror of an empire. Trained in countless styles of weaponry and martial arts, he is a one-man-army hell bent on avenging the murder of his parents. This prequel takes Jaas skills to the next level, showcasing him as a master of a wide range of martial arts styles as he flies through the air defying the laws of gravity while performing his own jaw-dropping stunts.

Starring: Tony Jaa

Directed by: Tony Jaa

Runtime: 115 Minutes

Year: 2009

Movie Release: Oct 23, 2009

Video Release: Feb 02, 2010

Tom yum goong

TOM-YUM-GOONG is the story of a young man named Kham (Tony Jaa) whose life is turned upside down when an international mafia syndicate, based in Australia , captures his two beloved elephants and smuggles them thousands of kilometers away to Sydney . The two elephants are far more than mere animals to Kham and his father. They are part of his family and were being prepared to be presented as a token of devotion to his Majesty the King of Thailand. The only way Kham can possibly save the animals is by venturing into a foreign land for the first time.

Taking on a mafia group to rescue two elephants from a foreign country presents a huge challenge, even for a martial arts master like Kham. Despite the help of Sergeant Mark (Petchthai Wongkamlao), a Thai police Sergeant based in Australia , and Pla (Bongkuch Kongmalai), a Thai girl forced into modern day slavery, the going gets tough. They must take on the ruthless gang of Madame Rose (Jing Xing), whose henchmen include Johnny (Johnny Nguyen), a Vietnamese thief and martial arts expert, and the hulking TK (Nathan Jones).

Kham has no choice but to risk his own life for the animals he loves.