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.

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Jean-Marc Minéo
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Jonathan Patrick Foo ... Manit (as Jon Foo)
Caroline Ducey ... Clara
Michaël Cohen ... Simon
Aphiradi Phawaphutanon Aphiradi Phawaphutanon ... Chanticha
Winai Kraibutr Winai Kraibutr ... Samat
Kowitch Wathana Kowitch Wathana ... Adjan
Lioutsia Goubaidoullina Lioutsia Goubaidoullina ... Jessy
Julaluck Ismalone Julaluck Ismalone ... Ying
Thiraphong Riawrukwong Thiraphong Riawrukwong ... Superintendent
Dom Hetrakul Dom Hetrakul ... Pichai
Pream Busala-Khamvong Pream Busala-Khamvong ... Ananda
Sura Theerakon Sura Theerakon ... Chaiya (as Nicky Pimp)
Oliver Bever Oliver Bever ... Narai
Jaturong Kolimart Jaturong Kolimart ... Wanit
Howard Wang Howard Wang ... Gang Leader
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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.

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Trained for the future. Ready for revenge.

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Action | Drama

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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No Feelings Now
Composed by Christophe Gerber
Performed by Julaluck Ismalone
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I thought it was decent..
13 April 2013 | by WonWaiWaiSee all my reviews

This is my first review so it'll be somewhat crude, but I'll say what I thought of the film.

The plot is somewhat mediocre at best; hero survived a fatal shot when he was a child, lived in seclusion, and now he's being hunted down by his parents' murderers. The reason for him being hunted down is quite unclear to me, since he clearly remembers nothing from his childhood, and I had a feeling if the villains left him alone, he'd have left them alone.

Still, moving on with the actions; I thought there were plenty of actions and the skills Jon Foo showed are quite on par with other Thai martial art films I've seen. What I liked is that they didn't "soften" his actions. Since he can't feel pain, or most normal feelings I think, he beat 'em up real good.

Acting-wise, I'd prefer if they'd all speak Thai. I don't mind reading subtitles. Having non-native speakers speak in English (not so fluently) is kind of distracting. The movie would've been better otherwise. Then again, I don't know how it would fare if you have the lead speak in broken Thai (Since I'm not sure if he's fluent in it. We only heard him asking for directions. Anyone could have).

In short, take it for what it is. A martial arts film, and it'll be enjoyable enough.


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Country:

France | Thailand

Language:

English | Thai

Release Date:

14 September 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bangkok Revenge See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

EUR1,400,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$22,116, 16 September 2012

Gross USA:

$35,784

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$35,784
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Cercle, Le, G&G See more »
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1.85 : 1
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