Bangkok Revenge (2012)
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Manit, a boy of ten years witnessed the murder of his parents. Unrelenting, the killers decide to eliminate it. Shot in the head, the child survives miraculously from his injuries, but finds himself struck by ataraxia. The damage to his brain took away any emotion. Saved from certain death by an old martial arts master, Manit, 20 years later becomes a real war machine, returns to the place of his childhood. Justice is going to fall, and men will die. -- (C) China Lion
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Critic Reviews for Bangkok Revenge
Thailand locations add spice but - like the plot twists and performances - fail to elevate the action beyond the generic ...
The film is smart enough to keep it short and sweet and Jon Foo packs a hell of a punch (and kick and elbow and knee), but it still isn't enough to make Bangkok Revenge even remotely decent.
Audience Reviews for Bangkok Revenge
Standard revenge plot merged with some poor acting, a fast pace, and some decent choreography meld into an unlikely and not very enjoyable martial arts movie. The fact that a person can't feel pain (or anything) doesn't negate the fact a a body can only take so much damage before the body shuts down. The dialogue and acting almost drag this into the unwatchable category.
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