Top 10 Best Tony Jaa Movies of All time

The list of the Top 10 Best Tony Jaa Movies of All time: Tatchakorn Yeerum, formerly Phanom Yeerum, born 5 February 1976, better known internationally as Tony Jaa and in Thailand as Jaa Phanom is a Thai martial artist, actor, action choreographer, stuntman, director and Buddhist monk.

His films include Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior (2003), Tom-Yum-Goong (2005), Ong Bak 2: The Beginning (2008), Furious 7 (2015), SPL II: A Time for Consequences (2015), and Paradox (2017).

He appeared on the list of the Top 10 Best Martial Arts Actors of All Time.

1- Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior: 2003
Top 10 Best Tony Jaa Movies of All time

In Thailand, the impoverished village of Ban Nong Pradu has its most precious Buddha statue stolen from the temple. Luckily the small town also has a very skilled fighter in the form of Ting (Tony Jaa), who sets out on a quest to recover the cherished figure. His journey leads him to Bangkok, where he must wrangle the statue from Don (Wannakit Sirioput), a volatile drug dealer. Meanwhile, the village is suffering a severe drought and needs the Buddha to restore vitality.

Initial release: 23 October 2003 (Singapore)

2- Tom-Yum-Goong: 2005

A young fighter (Tony Jaa) travels to Australia to retrieve stolen elephants that were promised originally to the king of Thailand. Once there, he enlists the aid of a Thai-born Aussie detective to help him achieve his goal, and he uses his fierce Muay Thai moves to battle an evil woman's gang of deadly bodyguards.

Initial release: 11 August 2005 (Thailand)

3- Ong Bak 2: The Beginning, 2008
Ong Bak 2: The Beginning, 2008

In the 15th century, a man (Tony Jaa) uses martial arts to avenge the murder of his parents when he was a child.

Initial release: 4 December 2008 (Thailand)

4- Ong Bak 3: 2010
Ong Bak 3: 2010

Ong-Bak 3 is a 2010 Thai martial arts film directed, produced and written by Tony Jaa and Panna Rittikrai. The film's story is a follow-up to Ong Bak 2, where Tien is put to be brutally beaten by Lord Rajasena's men.

Initial release: 5 May 2010 (Thailand)

5- The Protector 2: 2013
The Protector 2: 2013

Martial artist Kham (Tony Jaa) must rescue his beloved elephant from poachers and thwart a plot to start a war.

Initial release: 23 October 2013 (Thailand)

6- Paradox: 2017
Paradox: 2017

Using help from a local officer, a Hong Kong cop scours Thailand for his missing daughter.

Initial release: 17 August 2017 (China)

7- Skin Trade: 2014
Skin Trade: 2014

After his family is murdered, a detective (Dolph Lundgren) tracks the culprit (Ron Perlman) to Thailand and teams up with a Thai agent (Tony Jaa) to bring him to justice and take down his human-trafficking ring.

Initial release: 23 April 2015 (Thailand)

8- Triple Threat: 2019
Tony Jaa, Triple Threat 2019

A crime syndicate places a hit on a billionaire's daughter, making her the target of an elite assassin squad. A small band of down-and-out mercenaries protects her, fighting tooth and nail to stop the assassins from reaching their target.

Initial release: 28 February 2019 (China)

9- SPL II: A Time for Consequences: 2015
SPL II: A Time for Consequences: 2015

When his cover gets blown, a Hong Kong cop (Wu Jing) lands in a Thai prison where the warden (Zhang Jin) works with a criminal mastermind (Louis Koo) to harvest organs.

Initial release: 18 June 2015 (China)

10- A Man Will Rise: 2013

A Man Will Rise is an uncompleted comedy western film directed by Tony Jaa and Vitidnan Rojanapanich, and starring Jaa, Dolph Lundgren, Conan Stevens, and Byron Gibson. Set in 1950s Thailand, the film follows a local gangster who terrorizes a town.


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