Bangkok Loco


Bangkok Loco (2004)




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An aspiring "Drum God" goes on the lam after hacking up the body of his landlady while in a murderous musical trance in this stylish and unpredictable romp from commercial and music video director turned feature filmmaker Pornchai Hongrattanaporn. Bay (Krisada Sukoson) may be Professor Tuengpoe's (Pranee Keebut) best student, but that doesn't change the fact that the rebellious percussionist has a mighty hard time dealing with authority. When Professor Tuengpoe is stricken down by a Demon Drummer in the midst of a lesson with Bay, the stellar student takes it upon himself to pick up his master's sticks, work toward achieving sacred "level ten" status, and assume the position as the next Drum God. After a frenzied practice session leads Bay to fall into a deep trance where he proceeds to slice and dice his unfortunate landlady, he hits the road with dim-witted drum student Don (Nuntaka Worravanitchanun) in hopes of clearing his name before he faces the wrath of the hard-boiled Inspector Black Ears (Nibondh Chaisirkul). Now, with the tenth anniversary of his master's death rapidly approaching and the love-pangs for his traveling companion Don growing more intense and the Demon Drummer awaiting his challenge, Bay must bravely venture forth into uncharted rock & roll territory.


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Even that the second half runs out of gas, this is still one of the craziest films i have seen in a while. A unique mix of genres, and with a color/retro composition in the spirit of Tears of the Black Tiger. Many of the jokes seems to get lost in the translation, but still, there is plenty of fun to have with this one. Catchy songs too.

Tsubaki Sanjuro
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