Bangkok Dangerous

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Remorseless assassin Joe (Nicolas Cage) is in Thailand to complete a series of contract killings for a crime boss called Surat (Nirattisai Kaljaruek). However, he violates his personal code when he falls for a local woman and bonds with his errand boy.
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Between all the dates and dinners, Bangkok almost ends up being as less thriller and more travelogue; by the hour mark, there are literally more gulps than gunshots.
December 17, 2009
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Tediously monotonous.
October 18, 2008
Lyles' Movie Files
A promising film about a hit man that ultimately gets wacked because its star isn't suited for the role at all.
October 15, 2012
Toronto Star
Awatchable, but dull action flick with not enough body count to satisfy the average mixed martial arts fanboy.
September 08, 2008
Laramie Movie Scope
This has the look of a cheap quickie foreign film, not unlike a Hong Kong action film.
March 23, 2010
TheShiznit.co.uk
At six foot plus, with his hair-plug mullet and his ice-white teeth, Cage sticks out like a sore thumb among the tiny Thai citizens, making for the most conspicuous hitman since Agent 47 rocked the bald head 'n' barcode combination.
October 14, 2012
Movies for the Masses
o Nicolas Cage na periferei tis ektos eleghoy sapoynoperikes toy moytes kai ti geloia malloyra toy, se ena pompodi poiitikistiko ahtarma, poy bromaei ap' opoy ki an ton piaseis
November 08, 2008
Hollywood.com
A by-the-numbers retread that's ill-conceived as an action vehicle for Cage.
November 20, 2008
Boxoffice Magazine
Just another cycle of bombast and boredom.
September 08, 2008
Chicago Reader
While the film includes several exciting, creatively shot action scenes, the drama is otherwise so shopworn that the violent climax is a relief.
December 08, 2008
Time Out
Cage is believable as the brooding lone-wolf gunman, but the "hit man screwing himself by growing a conscience on his final kill" ploy needs to be put down for good.
September 11, 2008
Orlando Sentinel
This is as stale as Tuesday's Phad Thai, from its exhausted mythos of the surgically efficient, omnipotent hit man to the training scenes in which Joe explains the trade to the new guy, to the inevitable betrayals of the third act.
September 10, 2008