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We, the viewers, know that something isn't right from the get go.
With several surprises and twists in the story as the movie progresses...mixed with all around great action fights, I highly recommend giving this a try.
BKO: Bangkok Knockout is rated R for violence and strong martial arts action and some language.
Lots of action, great sound and quality, plenty of martial arts. Recommend.Published 27 days ago by mike-t
the movie had a great storyline and awesome choreography, but it looked a bit too low budget. I truly would love to see more close-action martial arts in movies.Published 5 months ago by Norris Keene Jr
Clever premise for the movie, poor implementation. Very much a "B" movie. I was minimally engaged with the main characters, and the editing detracted from the storyline. Read morePublished 12 months ago by DuggyWuggy
Let me introduce myself as the martial-arts-movie-fan that didn't like the Thai-film "Chocolate" (2008). Yep, that's me. Read morePublished on June 28, 2012 by Mantis
In tuning in to BKO: BANGKOK KNOCKOUT, you'll run into an exhausted premise and endure extended spells of dubious acting and cliched dialogue. And yet you ought to stick around. Read morePublished on April 12, 2012 by H. Bala
There was a time when Chinese martial arts films ruled. It was from these films that others took interest in martial arts and brought them into US and European films. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Mark Turner
With several surprises and twists in the story as the movie progresses...mixed with all around great action fights, I highly recommend giving this a try. Read morePublished on January 9, 2012 by Casper Shaolin
I can't believe I paid for $14.99 for this. With the previews, I thought I was getting a fresh Thai martial arts + dancing + popping movie, but it turned out to be the lamest... Read morePublished on November 12, 2011 by Hieu T Nguyen