Films in the Thai language
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Certification15 Our Rating
An epic recounting of the defence of Siam against the invading Burmese by a group of village warriors in 1765. Bang-Rajan is a momentous recreation of courage in the face of a seemingly overwhelming adversary. Lots of action, fighting and heroism; long live the family, long live the peasants and long live Siam. Braveheart does Thailand. find out more...
Certification18 Our Rating
A well paced, beautifully crafted tale of a deaf and dumb hitman in the 'City Of Angels'. Well paced, though with a fairly basic plot, excellent action scenes, good cinematography and seamless editing, more reminiscent of Wong Kar-Wai than John Woo, make this Hong Kong influenced offering from the 'Land Of Smiles' a superior offering. Watch it. find out more...
Certification15 Our Rating
Nong Toom has become one of the very best at his particular discipline, the ancient martial art of Muay Thai, but unlike many of his fellow combatants, Nong is in search of more than just fame and fortune. In the perfection of his art Nong hopes to find the financial means by which he can redefine his very sexuality. Based on a true story, Beautiful Boxer is a bone crunching display of its art, though, perhaps, some of the emotional subtleties have been lost in between the stunningly choreograph find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
During a drug bust that goes horribly wrong, Special Forces police officer Deaw (Dan Chupong), is witness to the brutal murder of his superior officer and friend, Major Puntakarn Ritdamrong (Sahaschai Chumrum) on the orders of the General Yang (Noppol Gomarachun), a notorious drug baron. Yang is eventually brought to justice, but Deaw, no longer able to perform his police duties following his friend's death, decides to take time out from the force to accompany his taekwondo champion sister, Nui find out more...
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From the Ong-Bak stable we have a new martial arts star, Jeeja Yanin, who plays Zen, a skinny 15-year-old autistic girl, who picks up martial arts skills from watching a kick-boxing team training next door, watching Kung Fu flicks and playing computer games. Zen discovers a list of debtors, from her mum's less than illustrious past, and, determined to raise money for an operation for said sick mum, goes out to collect the dosh. And, when disrespected, Zen proves more than capable of bursting int find out more...
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HARD GUN (2007)
Certification15 Our Rating
An action-packed martial arts thriller about a gang of criminals (including Tony Jaa) on the run after a failed robbery at war with the police. find out more...
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Kyoji is a Japanese chef working in a Macau Thai food restaurant having an affair with the wife of his not very pleasant boss, who engages Kyoji to murder her. He is then ordered to take a trip on a boat to Phuket, which he does, en route befriending a single mother and getting trapped in a world of failure, and in Thailand, it is suggested by the mysterious Monk, to make contact with the Lizard, who may or may not be an ally. find out more...
Certification15 Our Rating
Kenji, a neatness freak who keeps his dishes washed and his books neatly stacked and categorized, has resigned himself to an early and self-inflicted demise when he stumbles across Noi, a girl who is everything he is not, a dope smoking slob who never picks anything up, but whose sister's tragic death in a car accident he has witnessed. It's a match that somehow works, and, slowly, more is revealed about the Japanese man, why he's suicidal and living in Bangkok. Last Life In the Universe is a b find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
1421; the Kingdom of Ayutthaya expands east conquering Sukhothai. The noble Lord Siha Decho is betrayed by his Captain and is murdered together with his wife, the only survivor being their son Tien, who escapes to grow up feral in the jungle... Enough of the plot though, the real star is the marvelously choreographed martial arts; Thai Muay Boran, Japanese Kenjutsu, Indonesian Harimau Silat, Chinese Zuiquan, Wing Chun and Hung Ga kung fu styles and Chinese swordplay. The weapons used include a find out more...
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Certification12 Our Rating

The cursed Lord Rajasena orders his warriors to beat up on and break the bones of Tien. When Tien is ready to be decapitated, a messenger from King Ayothaya arrives bringing a pardon and Tien is released and transported almost dead to Kana Khone village. Master Bua heals Tien and teaches meditation to help him to resolve the issues of his Karma. While Tien recovers, the evil Bhuti Sangkha defeats Rajasena's soldiers and beheads the king to take his power and treasure. Bhuti self-proclaims kin find out more...

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ONG-BAK (2003)
Certification18 Our Rating
Young Ting is a gifted master of Muay Thai and adored by his village, but when the village's sacred Buddha is robbed of its head he volunteers to head off to Bangkok to regain it. Enlisting the help of a comical, but morally dubious, former fellow villager.......well that's quite enough plot. The stunts in the first chase, running through the streets of Bangkok, are truly awesome, and the tuk-tuk chase scene is a hilarious variety on the Hollywood car chase. The film is often very funny but it's find out more...
Certification18 Our Rating
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Certification15 Our Rating
'Soi Cowboy' is shot in two parts; the first in black and white is an observation of the monotonous existence of the life of a fat white man and his pregnant Thai girlfriend both in their cheap Bangkok room and as tourists in Ayutthaya. The second colourised story observes the thoughts and cares of the rural poor and follows her 'brother' returning home to his up-country village as a paid hit-man to kill his older brother. In a final surreal coda in a sleazy cabaret bar the two lovers return she find out more...
Certification15 Our Rating
Peter Bradshaw The Guardian, Friday September 21 2007 - a direct quotation;
"Profoundly mysterious, erotic, funny, gentle, playful, utterly distinctive, it is the work of the Thai director and installation-artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul, who now has a claim to be approaching the league of Kiarostami and Haneke, one of modern cinema's great practitioners. It's a film that requires an openness of mind and heart for its music to be heard and it will reward this commitment of attention a hu find out more...
Certification18 Our Rating
Dum and Rumpoey fall in love as children and continue their affections into young adulthood until circumstances take them away from each other. When their paths next cross Dum has become a bandit and Rumpoey is about to reluctantly enter into an arranged marriage with Kumjorn, the local police captain; but though the two are now at opposite ends of the social pole their love still burns strong. Tears of the Black Tiger is a deliciously over the top homage to the melodrama of films past, to say find out more...
Certification15 Our Rating
Improbably based round the true story of how a group of khatueys, effiminate men, came to represent the province of Lampang at volleyball and how, despite official disapproval, they proceeded to win the national inter-provincial championship. Hilariously funny, for once high camp isn't annoying, the quarrelling/making up, made up lads(?), despite broken fingernails and personal trauma, emerge triumphant. This film never has a bad moment and will leave you up-lifted. find out more...
Certification15 Our Rating
This film, from the Thai experimental film-maker who calls himself Joe, was the Quentin Tarantino led jury's surprise selection for the 2004 Cannes Film Festival Prix du Jury. The film is of two halves, Tropical Malady and A Spirit's Path or, if more directly translated from Thai, Strange Creature and Spirit. find out more...
Certification12 Our Rating
Suffering from acute kidney failure, Uncle Boonmee has chosen to spend his final days surrounded by his loved ones in the countryside. Surprisingly the ghost of his deceased wife appears to care for him and his long lost son returns home in a non-human form. Contemplating the reasons for his illness Boonmee treks through the jungle with his family to a mysterious hilltop cave - the birthplace of his first life...
A metaphysical whimsical drama with more than a dash of Far Eastern 'othern find out more...
Certification18 Our Rating
Kham is the last of a family line with strong connections to elephants and, when two of his four legged brothers are abducted and taken to Australia to be turned into posh-nosh, Kham gives chase and darn when the boy's angry he's pretty handy. 'Warrior King' is Tony Jaa's follow on to 'Ong Bak' and, like that film, is a relentless piece of beautifully choreographed, stunningly executed, bone crushing ballet and introduces the novel martial art of muaykodchasarn, elephant bone boxing for you mono find out more...