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movie & TV February 08, 2013 00:00

By Wise Kwai

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Jan Dara: The Finale

Director ML Bhandevanov Devakula’s adaptation of the epic story of lust, incest and sexual abuse in a noble family comes full circle with the now-adult Jan (Mario Maurer) returning to his family’s Bangkok mansion in a bid to claim his birthright.

 Bullet to the Head

A hitman (Sylvester Stallone) and a police officer (Sung Kang) put aside their differences in order to take revenge on the killers of their respective partners. Walter Hill directs.


Orphaned girls are rescued by their uncle after they were abandoned in an ordeal years before. Strange happenings convince their new stepmother that a sinister is being now residing with them. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Jessica Chastain star.

 Lost in Thailand

A Chinese businessman (Xu Zheng) falls in with a bumbling countryman (Wang Baoqiang) on a series of misadventures across Thailand.

I Am a King

A Korean prince in the 1400s Joseon Dynasty wants to experience life outside the palace, so he places a lookalike slave on the throne. Joo Ji-hoon stars. In Korean with English and Thai subtitles at Paragon, Esplanade Ratchada, Major Ratchayothin, Rangsit and Pinklao.

Les Miserables

Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway and Russell Crowe star in this musical set against the backdrop of underclass rebellion in 19th-century France. Tom Hooper (“The King’s Speech”) directs. Rated 15+.

Zero Dark Thirty

Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow directs this account of the decade-long effort to track down 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden. Jessica Chastain stars. Rated 15+.


Jason Statham is a professional thief who lives by a code. He’s out for revenge against his former crew after he’s left for dead following a botched heist. Jennifer Lopez also stars. Rated 15+.

Thongsuk 13

Youngsters visiting an island for a weekend of fun instead find non-stop terror, thanks to an old curse. Teerawat Wantha directs. Rated 15+.

Liberal Arts

Josh Radnor directs and stars in this indie comedy-drama about a graduate who returns to his alma mater for a professor’s retirement party. There, he falls for a precocious sophomore music student (Elizabeth Olsen). At House.