US gangster based in Thailand is forced to seek revenge for dead brother by moll-like mother. The odd combination of a very, very violent movie that’s still meh. Also unintentionally funny in places. For example, there is one torture scene that takes place in a bar using only improvised weapons. After I stopped wincing, I started laughing and then I couldn’t stop laughing. The problem was that there were just so many pointy, lethal objects just conveniently lying around, waiting to be applied in a variety of stabby and gougy ways.
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