English Dogs in Bangkok (2020) 720p

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Genres:
Action | Thriller
Resolution:
1280*544
Size:
781.41M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
85 min
IMDB Rating:
6.6 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
8085
Seeds:
64
Peers:
12
Directors: Taffy Edwards [Director] ,


Movie Description:
In the streets of Thailand, a trail of destruction and mayhem ensues when a notorious soldier (Byron Gibson) and criminal kickboxer (Ron Smoorenburg) join forces to become the biggest illegal steroid supplier in Asia.

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Reviews

A badly failed wannabe Tarantino film.

Wow this was bad. A 5th grade drama class could've come up with a better film. Out of the current 17 reviews, anything above a 5 is bogus/paid. Don't get fooled like I did. This has to be one of the most poorly written, edited and directed films I've seen in a while. Aside from the ridiculous, convoluted and plot-riddled writing, the terrible directing was all over the place. How do you go from a scene, cut to an irrelevant still, jump to another scene, then back to another bunch of irrelevant still shots. Some scenes just didn't even need to be in the film. Was this even edited? You'd think that Taffy or any of the other two writers would've proofread the screenplay to see the obvious flaws. Then there were the outdated slow-mo shots and too distant ones with sloppy camera angles. For a 85 min film, it felt never ending. I get that Taffy Edwards is a newb filmmaker, but taking the Tarantino route to film making and failing this miserably, is embarrassing. Even the sound was terrible and the score was louder for the most part. It's like some scenes were recorded by an old 90's camcorder that made the dialogue sound as if it was in the far distance. I guess no one bothered to invest in boom mics. The action choreography was sloppy and amateurish. The acting was bearable for the most part. The only redeeming qualities was the high contrast cinematography - the closest Taffy got to a Tarantino film effect, and the decent punk-music soundtrack. It's a generous 3/10 from me.

Terrific Little Gangster flick.

Good to see indie cinema is alive and kicking. Brings me back to the days of Old British gangster films but this one has an Asian edge.Lots of fights, a tidy group of actors, some strange American creepy pimp, some nice music, scenic locations and not forgetting some lovely Thai babes or maybe boys?.

Love the shovel, you wouldn't want that bald headed guy doing your garden!

If your a vegetarian please do not watch this movie!

Some good actions scenes

Nice independant movie even if ? mafia ? movies are not my cup of tea. I'm curious about Mark Stas playing inspector somchai. He looks especially good. I hope we will see him again in the near future. The fight scenes with him and Ron Smoorenburg are the best in the movie.
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