Bangkok Revenge

Bangkok Revenge

Manit (Jon Foo) witnessed the murder of his parents when he was just 10 years old. The killers shot him in the head, but he miraculously survived. However, the damage to his brain left him unable to experience regular human emotions. A martial arts master saved him and took him in. Twenty years later, Manit has become a master of martial arts himself. He returns to the scene of the crime, seeking justice.

After witnessing the brutal murder of his parents, a young boy is raised by a martial arts master who grooms him to be a lethal killer. Some 20 years later, it's time to take revenge on the assassins who destroyed his childhood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bangkok Revenge torrent reviews

Drew N (ru) wrote: Pumped for this shit.

Craig Z (gb) wrote: Great film for sci-fi buffs

Michael V (kr) wrote: Very odd movie. Great cast and moments of laughing out loud but overall a very weird story.

Sean C (ru) wrote: I liked how this looked like the 1970s style low budget slasher movies even down to the colour and style of the credits. It reminded me a lot of the exploitation films that were presented natural history but were really fronts to show graphic animal violence and cannibalism. I noticed that one of the producers is Kim Henkel who wrote the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It's too bad that it just kind of meanders on and doesn't really keep you riveted. Maybe if they had more of a budget, but it's the lack of budget that gives the movie whatever charm it has with all the non-actors. These 2 guys who made it did everything: acted, wrote, directed, edited, designed. If only it had just a little more passion in the performances.

Millo T (us) wrote: I disliked a lot the speech of Odette in front of the writer, his wife and his editor, but, ok, a nice little film after all. Not a great content, just nice to see. The tribute to Josephine Baker is nice. Between 2 and 2.5.

Jared E (ca) wrote: Terrific film. Not sure why I waited so long to watch this. Bands are so much effort.

Lewis M (ru) wrote: a good message....just a little too hokey and corny for my taste.....good cast for such a low budget movie have gary busey, howie mandel, and margot "lois lane" kidder

Ken S (nl) wrote: "Creepshow 2" still has the involvement of King and Romero, but it lacks whatever made that first film so much fun. The animated connecting segments go on longer than they should, there are less stories to enjoy, the stories that are here aren't as strong, fun, or even creepy/scary as they had been in the first one, and the cast is not as strong. All in all this is kind of disappointment. I didn't all out despise it, but it just lacked the fun and charm of the original.

Jennifer B (it) wrote: Plays like a tv movie with cheesey music and all, but I enjoyed it :)

SailorMoon797 F (au) wrote: IT'S A MYSTERY FILM OF ALL TIME.

Andr D (de) wrote: Maravillosa fotografia y maravillosa direccion de arte en una pelicula que tal vez sin intencion, compara a San Francisco De Asis con el lider de una comuna hippie.

Tyler A (es) wrote: not bad for a Stamos flick

Ziv E (fr) wrote: A poor rehash of the beloved cartoon and comic books.

TroiAnne M (ca) wrote: I'm sorry, but I just have to say that I didn't enjoy this movie. I rated it two stars because it made me laugh in a couple parts, but overall it was slow and seemed so pointless, especially after her choice at the end. And throughout the whole movie I wanted to rip her hair out and give her a wig or something! Or nothing at all. Being bald would've been a lot better than having hair like that!