Five undercover agents, each with her own specialty, must combat international terrorists who have come to Thailand. They must use every resources available and known to them as this mission will be one that is unlike any they have known.
A violent gang is abducting and killing women around Thailand. Sanim and his friends, having had loved ones abducted, have joined together to break the gang of kidnappers. In a botched ... See full summary »
Kazu Patrick Tang,
The story is set in 1890s Siam. Siang (Dan Chupong) is a young Muay Thai warrior and rocketry expert who steals back water buffalo taken from poor Isan farmers by unscrupulous cattle ... See full summary »
After his family is killed by a Serbian gangster with international interests. NYC detective Nick goes to S.E. Asia and teams up with a Thai detective to get revenge and destroy the syndicates human trafficking network.
Khumlao [Petchtai Wongkumlao] is a NhongWaiLuem Counter Terrorist Unit agents. He's now carrying a mission to Thailand. To stop a threat to his country. By then. He must infiltrate GRSM company. That's been use to cover up an illegal activity. Own by Suthin and Surachai. Then he found out that Suthin and Surachai is been collecting a weapon to destroy NongWaiLuem. Now Khumloa need to stop Suthin and Surachai. Before his country is been destroy. Written by
The Bodyguard 2 (2007) is a prequel to The Bodyguard (2004). You can notice at the end of the movie. The boss say to Khumlao. "We need you to protect this man. He is very useful to our country" Then the picture is shown. It's Chote, The Bodyguard (2004) character. See more »
I'm so wasted. You know. I'm CIA. I been tracking down this bastard for 10 months.
[takes Paula to the room]
.OK ok ok.
Do anything you want to do.
[looks at Paula]
Umm... Good curve. Good body. Great breasts. I guess not. I'm a family man. To do like Nong and Teng. I can't.
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I was expecting to see Tony Ja in this movie, he only shows up for only 10 seconds or so of the movie. Pumwaree Yodkamol is the only reason the movie was somewhat worth watching and waiting for Tony Ja (I saw the movie via streaming video therefore I couldn't really fast forward). I appreciate the effort that they put into it, there were some funny moments in the movie and the production quality was great but it was in my opinion Hong Kong gangster movies 1980, been there done that. The 10 seconds of Tony Ja in this movie was the best 10 seconds of the movie, so if you can YouTube that clip, just watch that clip and don't bother with the other 89 minutes.
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