Watch Tony Jaa Like You've Never Seen Him Before In ONG BARK: THE BEGINNING

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Watch Tony Jaa Like You've Never Seen Him Before In ONG BARK: THE BEGINNING
File this under the "What the?!" video of the day.

While always playing the no-nonsense valiant hero in films, Thai action star Tony Jaa reveals an unusual goofy side of himself in the parody short Ong Bark: The Beginning.  It's got a Michael Jackson-esque dance sequence, the return of David Ismalone as Mad Dog from Ong Bak and a chicken.  Perhaps Jaa can branch out to comedies in future projects?

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  • Adhip

    I think it's Tony Jaa trying to get out from his comfort zone. Making a new image. While it's a good intention, it's kinda awkward since he's like doing 2 things : dance and fight not a dance-fight or a fighting dance. Hope I use the correct term :) Something like Pana R did well in 'Raging Phoenix' : mixing b-boy dance and muay thay.

    And his expression is more like comical than funny. Well... he is not famous because he's strong in acting department...

  • FDB

    I think it's more like: watch Tony Jaa and friends hanging out and making a backyard video. Don't look at it as an official comedy piece, per se, just a candid look at a bunch of goofs making something that, for them, was probably a blast to make.

  • Trils

    Well i think its good to see him have fun again, means he is really back into it and can only be translated in better performance. :)

  • Marcel Samson

    This was supposed to be...funny...?

  • ricksomchai

    I do think the Michale Jackson dance was to be funny .. they just did this for fun thats all.

  • Nemuri Kyoshiro

    Isn't it always is?

  • arturo

    That was awkward to watch, it has the same feel as Star Wars Holiday Special (best left buried).. However can't wait to see Tom Yum Goong 2..

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