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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Joe Flanigan, Anna-Louise Plowman, Charlotte Beaumont, Steve Nicolson
  • Directors: Ernie Barbarash
  • Writers: Chad Law, Evan Law
  • Producers: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bianca Bree, Brad Krevoy, Craig Borden, Francisco Gonzalez
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2012
  • Run Time: 115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0087OULG4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,970 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "6 Bullets" on IMDb

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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.

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The resurrection of Jean-Claude Van Damme's career as an action star continues with 6 Bullets, a kidnapping drama that hinges largely on its lead's still potent martial arts skills. Van Damme plays a former mercenary who specialized in finding missing children until a mission ended in tragedy, and now spends his days as a butcher while fending off the trauma of the past. Joe Flanigan (the Stargate TV franchise) costars as a mixed martial arts fighter who calls on Van Damme after his daughter (Charlotte Beaumont) is abducted by a child trafficking ring. What ensues is standard-issue action fare, enlivened by a flurry of TKOs delivered by Van Damme. While the subject matter is a bit dark for a direct-to-DVD, lensed-in-Romania actioner, Van Damme's weathered presence lends an appropriate degree of gravitas to his agonies over his past actions and future tasks. Director Ernie Barbarash keeps up the pace and handles the fight set pieces well, while the supporting cast, which includes Van Damme's son, actor Kristopher Van Varenberg (whose sister, Bianca Bree, plays one of the kidnappers), does their best to stay out of the lead's way. JCVD devotees should be pleased, especially after his stellar showcase in Expendables 2, though the lack of any supplemental features is a bit of a letdown. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

If you're in the mood for good action and escapism then this movie is a great choice.
Joumbaba
This movie starts pretty good and builds, though I admit it falls apart at the end (kind of like what Stallone's been doing lately).
R. Sondergaard
There was a certain degree of depth that this film had opposed to some of Jean Claude's that are simply action with no meaty plot.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael K. Giaimo on August 30, 2012
Format: DVD
To my surprise, this is playing on Google Play for only 3.99 so I rushed to watch it...twice for that matter. I rather enjoyed it. I'd rank it pretty much on the same level as Assassination Games, JCVD's and Ernie Barbarash's other collaboration. Both movies were on the cusp of making the leap from being "good" to being "damn good". The script in AG is a bit stronger but JC does a much better job in 6B. He is in fantastic shape and doesn't sleepwalk at all through his performance. He looks and performs the best he has in years. The action is pretty well done and there is a good amount of it...even quite stylish at times. Like AG, Ernie gives us a really cool opening intro to the movie and JC kicks some serious ass in it. For the most part, 6B is shot really well, considering the budget. Acting wise, I thought everyone was above average for a DTV...with the exception of Bianca(JC's daughter). Even though she isn't in it that much, I thought her line delivery was just awful. Kris(JC's son), however, is better than usual. He still has a lot to learn but he didn't stink up the place like he usually does. Joe Flanigan was good and I liked seeing him in something other than Stargate. Neal Acree turned out another good music score, although, some of it may be a little too piano heavy which kind of kills the tone in a few scenes. It sometimes added a "made for tv" vibe but it was no big deal. Overall though, this is another good step forward for director, Ernie Barbarash, and definitely one of JC's best DTV's. I'll probably watch it one more time before it expires. 3.25/5
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ellis on September 17, 2012
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As action movies go, this one was above average solely because of the acting of Joe Flanigan. Without him, it would have been just another Van Damme movie set in an eastern European country with bad local actors. The plot was simple, a couple loses their daughter and has to enlist Van Damme's character to help get her back. Anna-Louise Plowman was adequate as the near hysterical mom who's not quite the shrinking violet you might expect, and Charlotte Beaumont was terrific as the daughter. But it was Flanigan and his expressive face that stole the show. Let's hope this exposure leads to bigger and better roles. Oh, and Van Damme was more like his old self than usual also.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By flaniganfan on September 29, 2012
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I have to admit that I bought this movie as a fan of Joe Flanigan. Not really a fan of fighter films or JCVD films. I was pleasantly surprised that I found the movie engaging all around. Sad that it deals with an issue of human sex trafficking, but the movie dealt with the topic on a more personal level. All the acting was very good--I think Joe Flanigan was cast really well--he brought depth and real emotion as the frustrated, proactive distraught father of the abducted girl. Overall a decent film, I think will satisfy JCVD fans, Joe Flanigan fans and the casual viewer!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Grace Valentino on September 7, 2012
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This was a very good DVD - which I hadn't really expected. Has some good action, a good story and Joe Flanigan shirtless, what's not to love? Honestly I thought JCVD and Joe F did an excellent acting job in this one and would not mind seeing them team up together again. The story has a few plot issues and some of the explosions are a bit underwhelming but other than that the movie carries you along at a good pace. I'd recommend it.

(also saw it on Google Play when it showed up last week, still buying the DVD)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joumbaba on October 17, 2012
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I didn't plan on enjoying 6 Bullets as much as I did, which turned out to be quite a bit! Fantastic action, moody drama, and some really good acting all combined for a thrilling action adventure film ride. Jean Claude was great as a guilt ridden butcher/action man. And Joe Flanigan gave a terrific performance and was amazingly attractive as a father searching for his kidnapped child. If you're in the mood for good action and escapism then this movie is a great choice.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on September 8, 2012
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This is another teen abduction/ Eastern European sex trade/ rescue movie. Samson Gaul (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is the village butcher who moonlights as a mercenary. His accent varies throughout the film. His son (Kristopher Van Varenberg) who works at the US embassy, sends him clients.

When Andrew Fayden(Joe Flanigan), an American cage fighter's daughter Becky (Charlotte Beaumont) is kidnapped, he calls on Samson who is reluctant to take the case. On his last case he generated a significant amount of collateral damage that wasn't as funny as when MacGruber does it.

The movie has a slight twist which really wasn't much of a twist. Monica Fayden (Anna-Louise Plowman) mouthing statistics in the middle of the film made me think this was a 93 minute public service announcement. In addition to beating up people, Samson uses elaborate high tech stuff. He is capable of setting up complex traps in a matter of moments. The movie "Taken" has set the bar for this genre and unfortunately this one doesn't measure up. Will work as a rental.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, no sex, no real nudity. Women in strip clubs scantily dressed. One woman with large pasties...nothing we haven't seen at Superbowl half time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Sehorn on June 25, 2014
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"6 Bullets" may mark the end of (or at least a break in) Jean-Claude Van Damme's comeback: after a string of good roles and well-produced vehicles, he seems to be focusing on increasing weirder pictures, like Welcome to the Jungle. Nevertheless, "6 Bullets" lives up to the rest of Van Damme's winning streak, being one of the better genuine action-thrillers of the DTV realm. Though it scrapes to earn these four stars and is a bit lite on actual action, the movie eventually earns its rating by skillfully balancing its adrenaline highlights with sound acting and an intriguing screenplay.

The story: a mercenary (Van Damme) is hired by a MMA competitor (Joe Flanigan, Stargate Atlantis) to rescue his daughter, who has been kidnapped by Moldovan sex traffickers.

"6 Bullets" feels like Van Damme's take on Taken, but it's not a lazy ripoff. Despite similarities, the movies don't follow the same path, with Van Damme's film not only favoring more explosions but also examining the consequences of collateral damage and giving the protagonist more allies to interact with. In regard to this last bit, Van Damme keeps up the dark and pessimistic energy that's served him so well since JCVD but gets balanced out well enough by Joe Flanigan's more vulnerable performance.
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will this be coming out in blu-ray?
Sadly no. Sony rapes us out of a blu-ray, yet again.
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