6 Ways to Die 2015 Full Movie

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6 Ways to Die 2015 Full Movie

6 Ways to Die 2015 Full Movie
6 Ways to Die 2015 Full Movie
Directed by Nadeem Soumah
Writer
  • Nadeem Soumah
producer Anoop Rangi
Based on Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself 
by David Lipsky
Starring
  • Vinnie Jones
  • Michael Rene Walton
  • Vivica A. Fox
Music by Kurt Oldman
Cinematography Jakob Ihre
Edited by Darrin Navarro
Production
companies
  • Anonymous Content
  • Kilburn Media
  • Modern Man Films
Distributed by A24 Films
Release dates
  • 31 July 2015 (USA)

 

6 Ways to Die 2015 Full Movie

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“6 WAYS to Die” is a revenge story told backwards. It’s like “Memento,” except that movie was fantastic.

“6 Ways” is the opposite. The cheesy dialogue is written in slogans (“A woman can get anything she desires”) and the actors speak as slowly as possible. If they spoke at a normal pace, the movie would last about an hour. Heaven forbid.

A mysterious, nameless figure played by Vinnie Jones wants to seek vengeance against Sonny “Sundown” Garcia. He’s a ruthless drug lord who betrayed Jones years ago. So Jones hires various agents to “kill” — or at least devastate — Sundown in six different ways. The attacks come a week at a time, and amount to things like ruining his reputation, bankrupting him, kidnapping his wife and ultimately assassinating him.

That’s an okay setup, but Nadeem Soumah’s direction is painfully leaden and sloppy. One assassination scene features a closeup of a gloved hand firing a gun over and over again, like they ran out of time to film the hitman actually shooting people. In another shootout, a point is specifically and clearly made to show a DEA agent is out of bullets. Literally a moment later she’s firing again.

The movie loses track of its own backwards-story device, sometimes referencing things that in movie time haven’t happened yet. And the twist that ultimately comes is groan-inducing, but by that point who cares?

The cast features a who’s who of washed-up ’90s character actors, like Tom Sizemore and Bai Ling. They bring nothing to the table besides memories of better movies. Jones spends almost 100 percent of his screen time hanging out in a garage, proving that he sure can sit in a car.

I checked my watch over and over — and I wasn’t even wearing one. The only death the movie really supplies is one from boredom.

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