The Best Tony Jaa Films List

Tony Jaa,The Rising Action Star

Tony Jaa is one of the most hard hitting martial arts film star to come out of Asia in recent times.

From his action debut in Ong Bak to his follow up sequels and even comedy films. He is definitely a rising star that will surely grow his films list filled with his fight scenes that combines raw power with graceful super agility.

Read on to see this hand selected list of Tony Jaa films.

A Break Neck Chase Scene from the Movie "Ong Bak"

Tony Jaa's Break Out Movie: "Ong Bak"

Nothing can compare with the raw refreshing take on the martial arts action genre from the film Ong Bak. The many sequels do add other elements and deeper stories but in my opinion Tony Jaa's debut action role is still his most memorable one.

Tony strikes the right balance with his amazing bone crunching acrobatic moves and his boyish charm that enhance his one screen charisma.

The creative acrobatic scenes really do rival some of Jackie Chan's best films, which is a tribute to this young warrior's talent and ability. Be prepared to be astonished even as you wince at the impact of the bone jarring fight scenes.

Movie Trailer of Tom Yum Goong

Tom Yum Goong (Asia release) or The Protector (International Release)

Following his success in Ong Bak The Thai Warrior, here's another kick ass take no prisoner movie called The Protector (a.k.a. Tom Yum Goong) from Tony Jaa.

Tony Jaa is especially endearing as the warrior with the heart of gold. He is great as the mild mannered soft spoken young man who is forced to dispatch harsh justice when revered Thai elephants are endangered by a ruthless crime syndicate. 

For me this is also one of the most memorable of Tony Jaa Films simply because of the a fantastic and long one take fight scene where Tony Jaa plows through some 50 baddies up a four story structure.

The Protector (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
The Protector (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)

This package also includes the the longer, uncut Thai version titled Tom Yum Goong.

 

Another Great Fight Scene from Tom Yum Goong (a.k.a. The Protector in the international version)

The Bodyguard
The Bodyguard

This film is actually funnier than Bodyguard 2

 

The Bodyguard

Tony Jaa has great charisma and is a really humble person in real life so I think this movie fits him.

This movie was really funny and I hope Tony Jaa makes more films like this that combines his comedic talent with his ultra sleek moves. There's actually a sequel to this called The Body 2 but in my opinion it is not as funny as the first one. 

The Bodyguard Movie Clip - Tony Jaa shows us his Moves in a Supermarket Shootout

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optimus grimlock 5 years ago

I saw in an article that he retired from movies and became a monk. If so that really sucks because hes awesome to watch. I love the protector and onk bok!


ANIL ANTONY A 4 years ago

I AM FROM BANGALORE .ITS REALLY VERY VERY HEARD STUNT AND FINE FIGHTER IN STUNTS LETS GOD BLESS YOU .TONY JAA UR GREAT ACTION ACTOR IN THE WORLD I LIKE YOUR ALL FILMS WHICH YOU ACT AND I AM YOUR FAN .BYE THANK U


nagesh 4 years ago

i am the big fan of tony bhai


Nikhl Narnaware 4 years ago

I like mostly to watch Tony Jaa's films.

And I want to be do actions like Tony Jaa.

I like his ONG BAK, ONG BAK 2, ONG BAK 3, TOM YUNG GUNG(PROTECTOR), & BODIGUARD.


koyya gunakar rao 4 years ago

I am also big big fan of tony jaa,his stunt amazine


sam b 4 years ago

Hi tiny u r the biggest martial arts actor who has impresssed me ever . God bless u to have such great art of fight for a good reason. Bye!


Manjeet singh Patwal 4 years ago

Best and different action style in the world.......


mahesh 4 years ago

great fighter


rehman_pes@yahoo.com 4 years ago

i like his all movies,

i think tony is the best fighter in hollywood


amarnath 4 years ago

Nobody is equal to tony ja.He is the next bruce le.Iam a very big fan of tony ja,but his stories is not satisfied to the people.


Ragersjr 4 years ago from Richmond, VA

I'm a super fan. Kind of confused how he died in the other movie that lead to a sequel but either way, great movies

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