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|Six Reasons Why|
Actors: Colm Feore, Daniel Wooster
In a desolate place called the Badlands, four men stand off with guns drawn, their fingers ready at the trigger. Among them are a fugitive seeking redemption, a son out to avenge his father's murder, a loyal servant with a... more »
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William B. from NINETY SIX, SC
Reviewed on 2/17/2014...
In a desolate place called the Badlands, four men stand off with guns drawn, their fingers ready at the trigger. Among them are a fugitive seeking redemption, a son out to avenge his father's murder, a loyal servant with a secret and a murderous criminal hired to kill with a vengeance. This is their story...in a place where revenge, deception and cruelty are a way of life.
A sci fi western
R. Bagula | Lakeside, Ca United States | 05/28/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"At first from the weapons you think this is a typical 1880's
Arizona/ New Mexico western. Slowly it dawns on you when the guy
uses a battery from two passers-bye to power an IPod and the TV
in a bar tells about the death of the monorail owner, that this isn't just another Italian western, but a movie set in the far future
where civilization is a small community surrounded by
the bad lands. The fellow who we take as a crazy wondering murderer
is actually the lawman whose duty is to terminate those outlaws in the bad lands who are social outcasts.
Strange justice and a twist gives a very unexpected end."
Six Reasons Why is a waste of time and money.
lk2 | 09/18/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Six Reasons Why is a waste of time.
I could not get into the story, and the actors are amateurs (except for Colm Feore).
The movie is being touted as an example of indie filmmaking in the tradition of the Coen brothers.
The Coen brothers put out quality product from the start.
Save your time and money for something worthwhile.
The Gunslinger meets Spaghetti Westerns
S William Shaw | The Nether | 07/31/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Six Reasons Why is a Western/Fantasy amalgamation, which you could easily call a cross between Stephen King's The Gunslinger, and the spaghetti western, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. On many levels, this movie thrives and succeeds. The cinematography is brilliant for such a low budget flick, and the story telling is paced well. There are no lulls or dead spots, and no unnecessary scenes or dialogue. It is this bare bones story telling style that holds your attention, and ultimately carries Six Reasons Why into the realm of a memorable film. The one thing holding this film back from reaching its potential is acting. While the acting is often very serviceable, it often wavers on the over-dramatic side, and occasionally, albeit infrequently, crumbles into mediocrity. If you like King's Gunslinger, or are a fan of spaghetti westerns, Six Reasons Why is worth viewing."