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    Kinda gets old after the first minute.

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    My friend said that fight scene is more like 15 minutes long...

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    It was pretty cool, but yeah it gets old and the editing was pretty bad, when the camera angle changed people's bodies that he just broke in half are no longer at his feet sometimes lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Okan
    My friend said that fight scene is more like 15 minutes long...
    No, it is actually only 3 minutes long, but there's another fight after it.

    Anyway, that's a great scene, some of the breaks are old after a while, but a few of them are fucking priceless.

    As for the editting, yeah at the end where the people are on the floor there should've been a lot more bodies lol

    Great movie though, I loooove Tony Jaa, sexy.

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    Tony Jaa was awesome in Ong Bak.

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    Im actually watchin that movie right now hahahhaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revenant2
    Tony Jaa was awesome in Ong Bak.

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    I liked the fighting better in Tom Yum Goon, but some of the fights in Ong Bak were amazing, plus the story was better.

    lol @ Jackie Chan in TYG though, I thought it was funny.

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    Tony Jaa = good entertainment.

    That scene was a bit ridiculous, but some of his fight scenes, as has been said before, are amazing.

    The one and the end of Ong-Bak when he is fighting the guy with the saw made me cringe. >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elcura
    I liked the fighting better in Tom Yum Goon, but some of the fights in Ong Bak were amazing, plus the story was better.

    lol @ Jackie Chan in TYG though, I thought it was funny.
    The fight scene in that movie where he fights the guy with the "break dance" style (sorry people always tell me and I always forget the name) is my personal favorite Tony Jaa fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxSlusherxx
    Quote Originally Posted by Elcura
    I liked the fighting better in Tom Yum Goon, but some of the fights in Ong Bak were amazing, plus the story was better.

    lol @ Jackie Chan in TYG though, I thought it was funny.
    The fight scene in that movie where he fights the guy with the "break dance" style (sorry people always tell me and I always forget the name) is my personal favorite Tony Jaa fight.
    CAPOEIRA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxSlusherxx
    Quote Originally Posted by Elcura
    I liked the fighting better in Tom Yum Goon, but some of the fights in Ong Bak were amazing, plus the story was better.

    lol @ Jackie Chan in TYG though, I thought it was funny.
    The fight scene in that movie where he fights the guy with the "break dance" style (sorry people always tell me and I always forget the name) is my personal favorite Tony Jaa fight.
    I agree, that's my favourite fight as well. The one were he fights the guy in that secret restaurant was good as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockecole
    Quote Originally Posted by XxSlusherxx
    Quote Originally Posted by Elcura
    I liked the fighting better in Tom Yum Goon, but some of the fights in Ong Bak were amazing, plus the story was better.

    lol @ Jackie Chan in TYG though, I thought it was funny.
    The fight scene in that movie where he fights the guy with the "break dance" style (sorry people always tell me and I always forget the name) is my personal favorite Tony Jaa fight.
    CAPOEIRA.
    OK here is the best part... I was playin Tekken with my friends and they had an Eddie vs Bruce fight... which lead into us watchin all the fight scenes but yea agreed the Capoeira fight was amazing.

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    That was some slow ass fighting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dietvanillapepsi
    That was some slow ass fighting.
    You - know - nothing.

    Leave, now.

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