Bangkok Dangerous (1999)

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A hired killer gives up his career for love in this stylish crime drama from Thailand. Kong (Pawalit Mongkolpisit) is a hit man who never speaks as he carries out his deadly assignments. Kong has begun to grow tired of his life of crime, and becomes infatuated with Fon (Premsinee Ratanasopha), a beautiful young woman who works as an assistant in a drugstore. As Kong tries to win the affections of Fon, he decides to turn against the gangsters who control him, and use his skills to earn his … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Romance, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: , ,
Written By: Oxide Pang, Danny Pang, Oxide Pang Chun
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On DVD: Mar 5, 2002
Runtime:
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Critic Reviews for Bangkok Dangerous

All Critics (37) | Top Critics (13)

An audiovisually complex drama that's better than slick, though it feels pointless-another homage to a kind of filmmaking that's had more than its share.

Full Review… | March 18, 2010
Chicago Reader
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Bangkok Dangerous mixes mindless violence, sappy romance, and philosophical pretentiousness. On the whole, it does the first better than the other two.

Full Review… | September 19, 2008
Film.com
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Enjoyable in an undemanding way, and with a few interesting flourishes.

Full Review… | June 3, 2008
Variety
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Seriously impressive.

Full Review… | January 26, 2006
Time Out
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Scene after thrilling scene, this movie takes your breath away.

Full Review… | February 1, 2002
Houston Chronicle
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It's long on style but short on substance.

Full Review… | January 10, 2002
Dallas Morning News
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Audience Reviews for Bangkok Dangerous

Action thriller about the exploits of a death mute hitman working for a seedy Thai gangster. Despite the interesting disability the story doesn't herald too many surprises. But the film has enough style, heart and bloody gun-play to distinguish itself among other contract-killer flicks out there and it's head and shoulders above many of them. Well worth checking out!

WrenchLT
Lee ?

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½

Magnificent Thailand action movie I ever seen with a deaf mute assassin. The imagery is beautiful and imaginative, excellent editing and vibrant colors.
The cast was good, especially Pavarit Mongkolpisit playing Kong, the deaf assassin, he did a fantastic job, showing a full range of emotion without uttering a word. That does make 100% sense to know about a deaf person who could learn experiences and everything to become smart and professional one, not dumb in this film, just like me and other Deafies. I understood what Kong was doing in the scenes including communicating with a beautiful girl and eyes open on gunfights.

deano
Dean McKenna

Super Reviewer

½

The Pang brothers manage to use fancy editing, bright neon lights, and a memorable soundtrack without once coming off as pretentious. Kong is a wonderful protagonist, and conveys heart felt emotions despite the inability to speak. His final attempt at reading out what he wrote in a letter to his beloved Fon is incredibly moving and very sad. Great action and hard hitting drama.

kiriyamakazou
Luke Baldock

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