Years later, an adult Tien is subjected to the tests necessary to become a true member of the Pha Beek Khrut. He successfully tames wild elephants, and afterwards he fights and defeats three other bandits, a Japanese swordsman, a Chinese fighter, and an indigenous wrestler. After Tien passes his last test, killing a demonic female martial artist, Chernang proclaims him his adopted son and heir. Tien subsequently becomes the field leader of the bandits, whose adventures make him reminisce about his previous life. His father, Lord Sihadecho, sent him to learn dances in a remote village under Master Bua instead of making him a warrior. Sihadecho wanted Tien to be safe from the commander of the Ayutthaya royal guard, Lord Rajasena, who had plotted against his family. In the village, although the young Tien disdained their peaceful life, he eventually befriended Pim, an orphan girl. Back to the present, Tien tracks down his old slave traders and beats them down in revenge, throwing their leader to the crocodiles as he did to him.
As Tien reluctantly fights Chernang, the latter pins Tien down, acknowledges tearfully him as his son, and asks him to accept his own life to avenge his father. Chernang then causes the blade of Tien's sword to snap and slash across his throat, killing himself. Exhausted and devastated, Tien collapses on the ground surrounded the soldiers, and Rajasena orders Tien to be taken away and slowly tortured to death. As the movie ends, a voiceover explains that Tien suffered this fate due to his bad karma, but adds that he may find a way to cheat death. An ambiguous scene shows him with a fully-grown beard standing in front of the Ong Bak Buddha statue.
An international trailer for the movie was released during filming, showing the fictional setting in which Tony Jaa's character is being rescued in the jungle by a group of martial artists of various styles, and trained to unify these different systems. However, production still encountered financial problems as it came to a close. In order to complete the production on time, the filmmakers decided to end Ong Bak 2 with a cliffhanger ending, and then continue the story in a sequel, Ong Bak 3, which was announced to begin production for a 2009 release.
Unfortunately, he is at the same time lowering the bar for other essential elements of filmmaking, such as well-developed characters and a coherent unfolding of the plot. Frankly, a few of the scenes in this movie made no sense whatsoever, and I expect they will be cut from the official international DVD release.
As a fighter, Tian faces no serious competition in Ong Bak 2. He knocks down hordes of enemies, and even his own kung fu instructors with a wearying ease. And since the film is basically one extended fight scene, this lack of dramatic tension is a serious flaw. Despite the monumental effort put into this action movie, it is less exciting than Ong Bak 1, Tom Yum Goong or even Chocolate.
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