Bangkok Love Story
Steamy Thai nights provide the backdrop for unbridled romance, crime and action as two men unexpectedly brave forbidden love. Maek, a cold assassin-for-hire, is sent to knock off Iht, a police informant, when in a twist of fate the killer is shot for refusing to pull the trigger. After making their escape, an indelible bond is forged when the vulnerable assassin is nursed back to health by handsome, married Iht. But as taboo feelings of desire swell between the swarthy new lovers, their relationship is discovered. Now there's no turning back as enemies, friends and lovers are pitted against each other.
- Stars:Rattanaballang Tohssawat, Chaiwat Thongsaeng, Wiradit Srimalai, Chutcha Rujinanon, Suchao Pongwilai, Chonprakhan Janthareuang, Uthumporn Silaphan, Rachanu Boonchuduang,
- Director:Poj Arnon,
- Writer:Poj Arnon (screenplay), Poj Arnon (story)
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(ag) wrote: Distasteful and mean spirited script that is accompanied by inept film making will leave you bitter for the rest of your night. Avoid this stinker at all costs.
(ru) wrote: Anyone who hasn't heard of American Football would probably focus more on the subplots of this movie. It isn't perfect. It isn't the most electrifying sports film. Hell, it isn't even Kevin Costner's (Dances with Wolves, Field of Dreams) finest hour. But he manages to steer the ship through stormy weather in the shortcomings of the film, to deliver us a rather unique finale you have to see. It even gives the down-on-their-luck Cleveland Browns something to keep going for their team... hope. And Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters, Kindergarten Cop) turns in a passable film with an above-average story about a team longing for future glory.
(es) wrote: a new kind of plot, at least one we've never heard of... it gets really tiring... it really is an ok movie..
(it) wrote: Reasonable Japanese thriller. Innovative and original plot, though a bit holey and implausible at times. Drifts toward the end, and the constant soundtrack is irritating.
(jp) wrote: Interesting documentary on the life of film director Roman Polanski, concentrating on his 1977 trial. The behind-the-scenes machinations of the case are fascinating, and go along way to explaining why he fled the US.
(mx) wrote: This movie has a strange vibe going on. I really had mixed feelings about it until I finally figured out that it is supposed to be funny. The last 20 or so minutes of the movie earned it the third star.
(fr) wrote: felt very authetic...
(nl) wrote: These well crafted animations manage to combine both child & adult entertainment.
(ca) wrote: Rocky II may occasionally feel like a rehash of its predecessor but Sylvester Stallone once again shines in the role of the title character, the final act is exciting as you're left wanting Rocky to win and the movie sends out a powerful, moving message. To cut a long story short, the film may not live up to the first film but Stallone's performance and direction make Rocky II a winner in its own right.
(de) wrote: Baker should have stayed as Doctor Who. I always wondered where his career went to.
(gb) wrote: So, not exactly a top tier musical, but worth a look for it's wonderfully bizarre plot (Is there another musical based on the Rape of the Sabines?) and it's vigorously masculine dance numbers. If there's a real problem with it it's that very little of the movie comes anywhere near living up to the barn raising dance number/fight.
(kr) wrote: What a fartfest, I read everybody dissing this movie and I should've known, but I just wanted to see it for myself. Such a neat concept, such a bad movie. The acting is a mess, the type you see in porn movies, utter crap. As is the directing and soundtrack. In all honesty I don't understand how this movie even came into being, must be a miracle or something.
(it) wrote: The Purple Plain is the story of a Royal Air Force pilot at the end of the second world war. Bill Forrester played by Gregory Peck struggles to come to terms with the death of his new wife who was killed at an air raid during a party. Bill longs for death, he flies into areas that he isn't supposed to and is nearly killed the first time in the film, he sustains a minor injury and is forced to undergo a psychological evaluation from the resident doctor. Rather than evaluate Bill the doctor offers to take him into the town located in Burma, there he meets Anna who is a teacher. The two almost instantly catch each other's eyes, Things are going well for Bill until during a flight he is shot down with two co-pilots and they must make their way through the jungle back to the base. The film takes advantage of it's surroundings and gets some wonderful shots, It was shown recently on AMC and the technicolor looks great. Gregory Peck does a great job although i'm not quite sure how his hair is perfect the whole movie after being: shot down, falling off a clip, and sweating in severe heat. Yes the film is a tad predictable at times, but it still is a rewarding enough/decent picture. If you get the chance check it out AMC has been showing it quite a bit or just que it up on your netflix account if you're bored.
(it) wrote: Said to be Lucio Fulci's best film, The Beyond is a classic blood-gushing occult-horror film set in an elderly Louisiana plantation compact with supernatural gateways linking the dead with the living. The best part about this film is its mention of the Book of Eibon (Liber Ivonis), a scarce occult volume taken from the dream worlds of Lovecraft. Definitely worth a watch, even if just for the blood-curdling death scenes...