Honestly, I didn't really have high expectations for this movie, but at
the same time I was hopeful. Having it be directed by Albert Pyun - a
well known b-movie auteur - didn't exactly raise my hopes. I mean how
many Albert Pyun flicks rank that highly? Yeah, exactly ... but still
the movie advertised a decent cast. Rob Lowe, Burt Reynolds (pre-reborn
stardom), Ice-T and Mario Van Peebles.
It all amounts to squat however as the movie is so boring and moves so slowly that the energy just seemed to drain right out of me the longer it went on. It runs over 90 minutes, but it's telling a story that could have been told in 30 minutes flat. I don't know what Pyun was going for here. I mean the movie drips artsy-like style, but it's a blur at times and maybe I'm an idiot for expecting more from Pyun this time around. Here he seemed to actually have a budget and a potentially great cast for the material, but it's all wasted. Crazy Six isn't much of an action film, it's not much of anything really.
I guess what's the saddest here is the fact that I found the end credits the most entertaining part of the movie. The music score is actually half-decent with some smooth female vocals too, but the rest is a complete waste and the less said the better. Avoid.
Billie is an American junkie who came to Eastern Europe to escape his problems and make some good money. They call him Crazy Six because he is the sixth child of his family and he is crazy for drugs. Raul is the Drug-Lord who deals plutonium on his spare time. Things get ugly when Crazy Six and an Arabic-French gangster steal the plutonium and a couple of bucks from the Drug-Lord. As Crazy Six tries to escape the dependence of drugs, Raul chases him and it's up to an American inspector helping the local police to straighten things up...
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