- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 03 January 2009
- Movie Renter's Guide - January, 2009
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- The Bourne Trilogy (Blu-ray)
- The Express: The Ernie Davis Story (Blu-ray)
- King Kong (2005)Â (Blu-ray)
- Universal SoldierÂ (Blu-ray)
- My Best Friend's GirlÂ (Blu-ray)
- Max PayneÂ (Blu-ray)
- Saw VÂ (Blu-ray)
- Space BuddiesÂ (Blu-ray)
- Bangkok DangerousÂ (Blu-ray)
- Righteous KillÂ (Blu-ray)
- Dexter: The First SeaonÂ (Blu-ray)
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"Bangkok Dangerous" (Blu-ray)
Joe (Cage) is a hired assassin.
After finishing a job in Prague, he heads for Bangkok to beginÂ a series ofÂ hits on mob bosses.
He hires Kong (Yamnarm) to be hisÂ assistant, and plans to kill him as he has done on all previous missions so as not to leave any witnesses to what he does for a living.
KongÂ is excited by Joe's lifestyle, and asksÂ Joe if he will teach him how to do this kind of work. Since the next job will be Joe's last, he decides to pass his skills on toÂ Kong instead of following his rule of killingÂ an assistant after a job is done.
Unfortunately, thisÂ leads to disaster when gang members find out who Joe is through Kong' sister.
Now,Â JoeÂ becomes the object in front of the gun instead of behind it.
- 2008,Â Rated R, 1 Hr 40 min
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
- Codec: Not Specified
- EnglishÂ 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
- StarringÂ Nicolas Cage, Shahkrit Yamnarm, Charlie Young
- Directed byÂ The Pang Brothers
- Violence: Yes
- Sex: Yes
- Language: Bad
Like many movies where the star is also the producer, the quality suffers. It moves too slow and generally is just not very interesting.
The image is grainy to the point of distraction, and surround sound is almost non-existent.
These include Alternate Ending, A Look at Hong Kong Cinema, and The Execution of the Film. It is also BD-Live.