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an instant classic,
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This review is from: Ong Bak (2 Disc Ultimate Edition) [DVD] (DVD)
not much to say, an instant classic. i thought the new score would be bad, but it's not that bad really, you won't even notice it - which means it's good... also the commentary from bey logan is a nice add-on to that release - this guys can talk, a lot, but you are never bored with his commentary...
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Initial post: 24 Apr 2012 22:18:10 BDT
Jose Luis Ortega Montes says:
Hi, you tell me if this film comes in Spanish? thank you very much
In reply to an earlier post on 5 May 2012 12:42:44 BDT
hi, i have just double checked that for you. there is no spanish option. there is an original thai language version as well as english dubbed. however the soundtrack is changed, the whole score is new, it sounds more like a generic hollywood score now. knowing how poor the english dubbed versions are for most of the the asian movies, i was afraid what they did to the soundtrack they claim they prepared 'for the western audience' but it's not all that disturbing at all, it plays quite all right. this version is fully packed with very interesting extras, not only some extended cast interviews - extras here are worthy seeing.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Nov 2012 12:23:45 GMT
There are no Spanish dubs of this film & the two US region 1 DVDs appear to be the only ones available with Spanish subtitles.
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