Bangkok Dangerous

Continuity mistake: At the end of the film, Nicolas Cage assaults the enemy compound with two Glock 17s. When he exits the compound and shoots at the boss's car, which is pulling away, in one shot he is firing a SIG P226, but in a later shot is using a Glock again. (01:28:55 - 01:29:45)

Dom

Trivia: Joe falls in love with a deaf-mute pharmacist. Since this is a remake, the pharmacist's character seems to be a nod to the original film, where the lead character is a deaf-mute man.

Allister Cooper, 2011

Joe: Where there's money, there's competition and the guy paying me usually wins.

Joe: I was taught four rules.
Joe: One: Don't ask questions. There is no such thing as right and wrong.
Joe: Two: Don't take an interest in people outside of work. There is no such thing as trust.
Joe: Three: Erase every trace. Come anonymous and leave nothing behind.
Joe: Four: Know when to get out. Just thinking about it means it's time. Before you lose your edge, before you become a target.

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