One Trailer and Some Posters for the Thai Action Effort Bangkok Kung Fu

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Director Yuthlert Sippapak’s upcoming action/comedy “Bangkok Kung Fu” doesn’t look like the sharpest tack in the cinematic junk drawer, but it certainly looks like a lot of fun. And when you’re dealing with a motion picture called “Bangkok Kung Fu”, entertainment is really all you’re looking for. Below you’ll find a trailer and a few nifty new posters for the flick, a combination that should, in theory, increase your interest in the film by at least twenty-five percent. Individual results may vary.

Here’s what you get in terms of characters and story:

Five kids fled from a mafia who abused them as beggars. They ended up meeting the great kung fu master who adopted them and taught them how to fight. Now, the kids are grownups and become the magnificent five kung fu fighters who have only one mission: to avenge the mafia who destroyed their lives.

“Bangkok Kung Fu” arrives in Thailand on September 1st, 2011. The goodies lie below.

Source: Film Smash


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  • Danmillion99

    Good god what a load of crap. Thai film making is getting worse. Ong-Bak is the best thing they made, all this crap is awful.

  • Danmillion99

    Good god what a load of crap. Thai film making is getting worse. Ong-Bak is the best thing they made, all this crap is awful.

    • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

      Ong Bak 2 and 3 was really a big mess, especially 3. They gave up on the story making any sense. Chocolate was really good though. The out takes during the credits makes Jackie Chan look like a sissy.

    • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

      Ong Bak 2 and 3 was really a big mess, especially 3. They gave up on the story making any sense. Chocolate was really good though. The out takes during the credits makes Jackie Chan look like a sissy.