A hitman who's in Bangkok to pull off a series of jobs violates his personal code when he falls for a local woman and bonds with his errand boy.
Bangkok Dangerous is a 2008 American action crime thriller film written and directed by the Pang Brothers, and starring Nicolas Cage. It is a remake of the Pangs' 1999 debut Bangkok Dangerous, a Thai film, for which Cage's production company, Saturn Films, purchased the remake rights.
The 2008 Bangkok Dangerous crime action thriller film starring Nicolas Cage is also written and directed by the Pang Brothers.
Bangkok Dangerous (316) IMDb 5.4 1h 39min 2010 X-Ray R A lethal assassin travels to China to perform a quartet of hits but falls in love with a beautiful, deaf pharmacist, and takes a young hustler under his wing as a protege in this action thriller remake starring Nicolas Cage and Charlie Yeung.
Bangkok Dangerous is a rather poor remake that lacks substance. A professional assassin goes to Bangkok for one final job, but things start to become personal when he unexpectedly decides to take...
Bangkok Dangerous mixes mindless violence, sappy romance, and philosophical pretentiousness. On the whole, it does the first better than the other two.
Bangkok Dangerous (Thai: บางกอกแดนเจอรัส เพชฌฆาตเงียบ อันตราย) is a 1999 Thai crime film written and directed by the Pang Brothers. Stylishly edited, the story of a deaf and mute hitman was the debut film for the twin-brother team of filmmakers.
In general, Bangkok IS a safe destination. That being said, there are times where it’s easy to get a false sense of security in Bangkok. The city DEFINITELY hides a darker side. The roads are also some of the most dangerous in the world; people are all up for scamming you; there’s the threat of terrorist attacks; air pollution is pretty bad.