View Full Version : Ong Bak

04-04-2004, 00:22:18
Does anyone know where I can get hold of Ong Bak? It is the most amazing action/martial arts film ever made. I've seen small clips over here and a couple of scenes in Thailand and I already know that it pisses on anything else I've ever seen in the genre.

If I put Ong Bak into UK search engines all I can find are other people on forums looking for it.

I have to get my grubby mits on this film.

04-04-2004, 08:21:00
Ong bak? Sounds like a jon miller jon miller jon miller post

Scabrous Birdseed
04-04-2004, 08:37:43
Read my PM.

04-04-2004, 14:15:01
Read it.

For some reason my PMs don't pop up any more. Weird.

04-04-2004, 14:54:21
hahaha, hahahahahaha.

04-04-2004, 15:24:56
Still don't pop up even though my PM box is empty. I wonder why. hmm.

Scabrous Birdseed
04-04-2004, 15:38:31
Pop up a box when you receive a Private Message?
This will pop up a small warning box when you receive a Private Message asking whether you want to view the message.

Scabrous Birdseed
05-04-2004, 19:59:35
Here you go:


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Scabrous Birdseed
08-04-2004, 14:42:17
I have... er... made this avaliable to myself now and I'll be watching it as soon as I can find subtitles that work.

Scabrous Birdseed
08-04-2004, 16:37:43
Didm't get the subtitles to work but it was enjoyable anyway. Good pick protein!

08-04-2004, 17:30:22
I'm going to wait for a subtitled version. I can't wait. Yes I can I just said I would. No you didn't. Shut up. No you shut up, you're embarassing me infront of everybody. Well you can't spell! Neither can you. Shut up. YOU SHUT UP. AAARGH!

Scabrous Birdseed
08-04-2004, 17:35:45
Apparently there won't be a subtitled version, only a dubbed one.

For VCDs you can get subtitles off the net, if only I had any sort of idea how to get them to run...

08-04-2004, 18:08:25
I think Hong Kong Legends said that they had aquired the rights to it. They are excellent. They provide all sorts of extras to all their films and have both Cantonese, Mandorin and English plus subtitles in various languages. They do the odd non-Hong Kong flick every now and then. I have a feeling it could take a long time to reach the shops here though.

Scabrous Birdseed
08-04-2004, 18:28:27
I read the subtitles afterwards and there was little I didn't understand of the film. It was quite straightforward.

08-04-2004, 21:38:32
oooh. I want it! But I should wait! But I want it!

* jumps up and down.

Scabrous Birdseed
08-04-2004, 21:41:28
It taught me many things I didn't know. For instance, that barbed wire is transported in loops suspended from sticks that two men carry on their shoulders.

08-04-2004, 23:36:16
Yeah and if some people are carrying two sheets of glass a foot apart it is easier to do some sort of crazy flip between the sheets than to run round it. :)