Friday, September 5, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Featurette

You can now watch Bangkok Dangerous in your local theater. This action movie starring Nicolas Cage and set in Thailand is revolving around a hitman who has a moral epiphany.

Here below a featurette that will give you a better overview of Bangkok Dangerous and convince you that the movie is worth seeing:

One point though: if the movie is about a hitman who so obviously makes use of weapons, why digitally deleting the guns on Bangkok Dangerous posters? Is Nicolas Cage so ambivalent that he uses a gun in Bangkok Dangerous but refuses to hold it on posters? Or does it just boil down to Nicolas Cage's greed who probably asks for more money?

Anyway, Bangkok Dangerous is worth a few bucks for the theater ticket!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Clip

Preview clips of Bangkok Dangerous with Nicolas Cage have shown up:

Red Light
Joe (Nicolas Cage) does a drive-by hit on a motorcycle.

In a storehouse.

I wonder if they are going to release a clip with Nicolas Cage wandering in Soi Cowboy, one of the red-light districts of Bangkok.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Restricted Preview Clip

Nicolas Cage plays the role of a hitman in Bangkok Dangerous, his latest remake movie. A R-rated clip has just been unveiled for Bangkok Dangerous:

This restricted Bangkok Dangerous clip takes place on a pirogue in a khlong (In Thai, klong - or khlong - means canal.).

If the whole movie is as explosive as this clip Bangkok Dangerous is going to be a big bomb!

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Second Trailer

A second trailer has been unveiled for Nicolas Cage upcoming movie, Bangkok Dangerous. The story of this movie which is actually a remake revolves around a hitman who comes to Bangkok to fulfill a contract but who breaks his most important rule: 'Don't get attached!'

Here below Bangkok Dangerous Trailer 2:

The whole scene in the the Thai floating market must be awesome seen in a theater!

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous International Trailer

The Pang Brothers have an occasion to bring a great movie to the western world by doing a remake of a really succesful Thai movie they directed, Bangkok Dangerous.
Starring Nicolas Cage this remake will be more palatable to European and American tastes.

Here below the international trailer of Bangkok Dangerous:

The Plot:
"A hitman (Nicolas Cage) in Bangkok to pull off a series of jobs falls for a local woman and bonds with his errand boy." (Source: IMDb)

This remake looks quite well done: I think Nicolas Cage accounts for a lot in this impression though.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Original Thai Movie

Bangkok Dangerous - Thai MovieThe upcoming movie Bangkok Dangerous starring Nicolas Cage is actually a remake of a Thai movie. The Thai movie was quite successful in Thailand and in Asia and was even nominated in film festivals in Canada and in Europe.

The Pang Brothers - who come from Hong Kong - directed this Thai movie.

Here below the trailer of Bangkok Dangerous, the Thai version:

I watched this Thai version of Bangkok Dangerous some months ago. This movie really catched my attention: I didn't get bored at all.

Let's hope Nicolas Cage will be at least as credible as Pawalit Mongkolpisit in the role of the hitman.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Poster

Here below the official posters of Bangkok Dangerous, the remake of a famous Thai hitman movie by Nicolas Cage:
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Bangkok Dangerous Official Poster
Bangkok Dangerous is starring Nicolas Cage.Poster of the remake of Bangkok Dangerous

You're right: in Bangkok Dangerous Nicolas Cage does have the lead role.

Bangkok Dangerous Thai PosterBut the Thai poster tries to refocus on Thai characters of course: after all it is Bangkok Dangerous!

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Bangkok Dangerous Pictures

Here below some pictures from Bangkok Dangerous, upcoming remake movie starring Nicolas Cage:
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I love Thailand and i really appreciate Bangkok. So can be but happy to see a movie with Nicolas Cage wandering in the Thai sois (streets in local slang).