The Bodyguard (2004)

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Thai comedian Petchthai Wongkamlao and fight choreographer Panna Rittikrai, the duo behind the hit action comedy The Bodyguard, re-team for this sequel that finds the stone faced protector forced to look care for a rich client's young son after the boy's father is killed during a brutal skirmish between cater waiters and bodyguards. In the wake of a botched kidnapping attempt, the child retreats to a cramped shanty in the town dump. There, he lives with a group of transsexual paramedics and foul-mouthed prostitutes and befriends a poor your schoolgirl. Upon visiting the young girl's severely under-funded school, the boy vows to use the fortune left to him by his father for a noble cause. But the danger isn't over yet, because as the gangsters who killed his father fast begin to close in on the unsuspecting boy, the Bodyguard must race to find him before the bad guys do.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Comedy
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Studio:
Sahamongkolfilm Co.

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Cast

Piphat Apiraktanakorn
as Chaichol Petchpantakarn
Sayan Meungjarern
as Songpol Gangster #4
Tony Jaa
as Supermarket fighter
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Audience Reviews for The Bodyguard

½

I don't know which one of you crackheads recommended this big pile o'crap to me but if I find out I will...hmm start rcommending Uwe Boll movies to you! Even if you love kung fu/martial arts movies, I wouldn't recommend this crap to the evil chinese wizard in Big Trouble in Little China or even Dolph Lundgrun in Showdown in Little Tokyo. SUCKS

Chad Roesti
Chad Roesti

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Funny, if uneven, action-spoof/comedy from "Dirty Balls" of Ong Bak fame. Tony Jaa also cameos in a most awesome scene where there is much cracking of skulls with knees and elbows. This is kind of what Shoot 'em Up tried to be. Worth a chuckle or two.

Jason Anderson
Jason Anderson

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