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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Kristopher Van Varenberg, Bianca Bree
  • Directors: Ernie Barbarash
  • Subtitles: None
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Studiocanal
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Oct. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0089A43HE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,055 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Jean–Claude Van Damme is back and out for redemption in the all new action extravaganza Six Bullets. Packed with high octane action and intense fire fights, Six Bullets sees a group of vicious human traffickers on the wrong end of the ’Muscles From Brussels’ trademark roundhouse kick. When a world famous cage fighters daughter is kidnapped by a group of human traffickers he hires a mysterious ex-mercenary (Van Damme) to help get her back.

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By keith01 on 31 Aug. 2012
Format: DVD
I had the luck of seeing this flm early. I was hoping this film was going to be better than Van damme's last film 'dragon eyes' which was quite bad.

Boy was i in for a shock, this film was EXCELLENT, Firstly the bad side about this film if there was any, was the film had a close story to Taken, which was a great film. Then again if Hollywood pay big bucks to companies to do remakes why can't the not so rich companies copy some type of story.

Right then onto the film, a former mma fighter's daughter gets kidnapped and they get told to go and see Van Damme as he is the best in the business to get their daughter back, but unbeknown to them his last mission went wrong and he keeps on seeing these 2 dead girls every now and then.

Okay i suppose that every time a Van Damme film comes out everyone wants to hear about the fights in the film, well Van Damme uses a knife early on in the film to good effect, there is also a good fight in a night club that does not involve Van Damme until the fight is almost over, then the rest of the film centres around gun play and the occasional fisty cuffs.

Altogether the film goes at a good pace and it's put together very well, Van Damme's pained character is nicely played and the scenes with his real life son, who plays his son onscreen, there is great chemistry there.

See this film and you won't be dissapointed, there are a lot worse films out there. I will be buying this film when it comes out.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 12 Oct. 2012
Format: DVD
I could always take or leave Jean Claude Van Damme's action films, even in the eighties - he was always second fiddle to Schwarzenegger and Stallone. Then he seemed to go off radar for years into an abyss of B and C movies that went straight to DVD.

And here he is again, going straight to DVD. However, for a change, this one's actually pretty good. JCVD plays an ex soldier or mercenary (they call him both, but it doesn't matter) who now works as a butcher, in between rescuing kidnapped children from the clutches of vile child-trafficking gangsters in Eastern Europe.

So, when an American couple lose their fourteen-year-old daughter, who ya' gonna' call?

One way to describe Six Bullets would be `a poor man's Taken' as it has elements of the hit Liam Neeson film where he has to rescue his kidnapped daughter in similar circumstances and surroundings. But that would be a little unfair, as Six Bullets does just enough to try and make it its own film in its own right.

For a start, the American couple don't just sit back and let the Muscles from Brussels do all the work, they take up arms and give him a helping hand.

There's not much here that's new, but it's done in a decent enough way to be worth a watch if you fancy seeing another action film.

Solid and definitely Van Damme's best film in years (not including The Expendables 2).
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Howe on 28 Oct. 2012
Format: Blu-ray
It shocks me to say this, but Six Bullets stands out as one of this year's best action movies.

It shocks me further to admit that Jean-Claude Van Damme can indeed act. Over the last ten years or so you have probably seen two versions of Van Damme on screen:

1) The JCVD who winks as he's disposing of bad guys in a failed attempt to recapture his heyday, and
2) The angry, disillusioned JCVD who appears slightly bored with making an endless list of low budget action movies and is filled almost with a self-hatred for blowing his A-List status on drugs all of those years ago. He appeared a shell of his former self, smaller, ravaged by age and looking like a guy who didn't want to be there.

In Six Bullets, however, we get a Vam Damme we have never seen before (or at least not seen for a very, very long time). he appears to have a new found self belief, possibly with some thanks to the confidence he has regained since piling on a few stones of muscle mass after hooking up with Sylvester Stallone for The Expendables II last year. Dolph Lundgren enjoyed a similar show-stealing movie in the first Expendables film, the Stallone-effect appears to have struck twice here as Van Damme followed up his great appearance as the villain in that franchise's sequel with this fantastic offering.

Van Damme has his confidence back, and he isn't shying away. He's got his 'guns' out for most of this action movie, when he doesn't he is wearing trademark needlessly skintight t-shirts and wandering around like that 'stranger you know you shouldn't mess with' character we first saw in old classics like Hard Target.

The action is very well done. The movie looks much more expensive than it actually was, thanks to good direction and a great supporting cast behind JCVD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Potter on 16 Mar. 2014
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Most of JCVD's recent output has been straight-to-video crap that no sensible person would bother to watch, This is a bit better than that. The story is rubbish, as you might expect: the setting is Moldova, where everyone speaks English and the newspapers are printed in English too. Our hero is a grizzled ex-mercenary who rescues kidnapped (for ransom or white slavery purposes) children. An operation goes wrong and some kids die (not the one he succeeds in rescuing, collaterla damage...). Obviously, he's wracked with guilt. Then some American MMA fighter arrives to negotiate a bout: with him is his daughter, who, inevitably, gets kidnapped. Dumb, as white slavery goes: not someone who won't be missed.

Anyway, our hero is eventually persuaded to do his thing, and takes on the Russian mob in the process. Naturally, there's a happy ending. Except for the bad guys.

Now, this film is tosh. But it's enjoyble tosh, with JCVD putting in some seriously decent fighting, as does the MMA guy in his big scene. So it's certainly worth watching if you have fond memories of JCVD back in the day. He's still pretty buff, and still has some great moves; even manages the old reverse spin kick. REcommended, if you like this sort of thing.
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