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Too much contemplation and not enough demonstration sends Thai-socky "Ong Bak 3" slumping to the canvas.
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Mark and Christine Holder are melding their literary and talent management company Holder Management into Zero Gravity Management, the Los Angeles-based lit management company formed in 2003 by Eric…
Bone-crunching action triumphs over story and, uh, character development in costume chopsocky "Ong Bak 2," basically a series of fights peppered with flashbacks to provide a semblance of plot.
Powerful debuts put new films at the top of the charts in Thailand and Asia's three biggest box office territories, Japan, South Korea and China.
Pirate epic "Queens of Langkasuka" stormed the Thai box office this weekend, achieving the strongest opening performance this year for a local pic.
Sahamongkol Film Intl., Thailand's most prolific movie studio, has launched the Mongkol Channel, a 24-hour cable TV offering which for now acts as a teaser channel, but ultimately is intended to be a…
Helmer-thesp Tony Jaa reappeared Monday night on a TV talkshow to counter Sahamongkol Film Intl.'s allegations that he was AWOL from pic "Ong-bak 2" and that it was overbudget.
Thai martial arts star Tony Jaa comes out of his corner with bone-crunching power. Pic has everything but a decent script and involving lead perf. Boasting the same refreshing avoidance of CGI and…
Chopsocky gets a shot in the arm with this no holds-barred actioner that could propel martial artist Tony Jaa into a career beyond Thai borders. With little plot and a refreshing absence of effects…