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Crazy Six

2.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Language: German
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006GSJF
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 516,299 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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What an interesting cast Albert Pyun has assembled here. Rob Lowe (The Stand), Burt Reynolds (Deliverance), Ice-T (New Jack City), Mario Van Peebles (Ali), and Ivana Milicevic (Vanilla Sky). These were all veteran actors in their own right - save Milicevic - when Crazy Six (1997) was filmed, so hats off to Pyun for his casting choices. But that, I'm afraid, is where the compliments end. The film is incredibly weak and disjointed. These actors were scratching for work in the 1990s, so the need for a paycheque outweighs the idea that all five misinterpreted a bad script for a good one. So what is wrong with the film? Let's take a brief look at the plot first and see if that explains it.

Billy aka Crazy Six (Rob Lowe) is an American and hopeless drug addict who has moved to Eastern Europe to make some money. Eastern Europe in this film is falling apart and is controlled by warring mafia families (drugs and arms trade). Raul (Ice-T) is one such drug lord; he also deals in plutonium. Billy decides he is going to rip off Raul; his Russian partner Anna (Ivana Milicevic), meanwhile, has decided that she is done with the drug war and being an addict, and wants to devote all of her time to her young daughter. Billy presents a problem. She is in danger of returning both to the gang life and the drugs, and Billy is out of control.

Then there is Dakota (Burt Reynolds), a cop of sorts. He is rarely in the film, only when he is needed to sort out a problem. His character, to be honest, is pretty redundant pointless. Throughout the film there is weird use of colours - reds, blues, pinks - which is not easy on the eyes.
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Format: DVD
What A muddled Mess of A film,you could watch this Ten times in a row and still have no clue what its about.I got it purely on the strength of Burt Reynolds being in it and He is pretty Cool.
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Format: DVD
Could not possibly have watched more than 30 mins.
Wierd, dreamlike, slowed down random MTV from the 90's.
2 minutes of dialogue /Then a close up of a women singing the same song over and over.
The director must have been on drugs, this doesn't even qualify as a film.
Easily the worst I have seen in 20 years.
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I saw this film last night on tv and was glad I watched it. The film is atmospheric and moody and I thought many times throughout that it was so well directed the camera work at least is fantastic. Theres 1 review for this movie so far in vhs format on amazon and that person gave it 1 star in their review. It is not a big open great thriller on a massive scale like "Heat" or some other thriller. Crazy six has an almost claustraphoic feel to it. It seems a strange movie but is tense and well acted. Music is used quite a lot in the film and gives the scenes a lot of magnetism to an already dark film. I would watch it again for sure.
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