6 Bullets (2012)





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Veteran mercenary Samson Gaul (Jean-Claude Van Damme) knows that in the heat of battle, every bullet counts. He retired from combat when his actions resulted in the deaths of helpless victims, but now he's the last hope for a desperate father. Mixed Martial Artist, Andrew Fayden (Joe Flanigan, Stargate: Atlantis) knows how to fight, but alone he's unprepared to navigate the corrupt streets of a foreign city to find his kidnapped daughter. Together, these warriors will stop at nothing to tear apart a vile network of criminals that prey upon the innocent.
R (for violence, disturbing images, language and sexual content)
Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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Joe Flanigan
as Andrew Fayden
Anna-Louise Plowman
as Monica Fayden
Bianca Bree
as Amalia
Charlotte Beaumont
as Becky Fayden
Steve Nicolson
as Inspector Kvitko
Uriel Emil
as Vlad
Mark Lewis
as Bogdanov
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This is the direct-to-VOD, poor man's Taken with JCVD in it. Van Damme tries as hard as he can to give a few dimensions and some depth to his character, a veteran mercenary and kidnap rescue expert; but the script really doesn't allow for much time and depth. This one is pretty forgettable even with a few entertaining fight scenes.

Patrick Wrye
Patrick Wrye

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Struck me as a slower and cheaper Taken. For a JCVD movie, it was definitely different with more of a crime thriller feel rather than explosive action.

Darrin Craig
Darrin Craig

Another month another straight to DVD JCVD action flick, well almost. Quality wise JCVD's action fodder is slightly better than his other fellow aging action stars like Dolph and Seagal but its still all the same stuff really. This time JC is an ex-merc who helps the police in finding missing people or mainly kids. Expect the usual fudge ups and self loathing as JCVD's character goes from bottom of the barrel to back on form and saving the day, typical emotional rollercoaster drama. Not much martial arts to be seen here, this is more of a kidnap rescue type thing, JC in military mode with stealth and plenty of gunfire. Predictable and has all the regular cliches that have been seen/used before in tonnes of similar films, but comparing to other straight to DVD JCVD films its not too bad.

Phil Hubbs
Phil Hubbs

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