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Bullet 2014

TV-MA CC
3.7 out of 5 stars (21) IMDb 4.7/10

Danny Trejo is Frank "Bullet" Marasco, a cop whose fists are just as deadly as his gun. When mob boss Carlito Kane (Jonathan Banks) kidnaps the governor's daughter - and Bullet's grandson - the streets of Los Angeles become a very deadly place to be.

Starring:
Danny Trejo, Torsten Voges
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action
Director Nick Lyon
Starring Danny Trejo, Torsten Voges
Supporting actors Jonathan Banks, John Savage, Eve Mauro, Seri DeYoung, Eric St. John, Tinsel Korey, Eric Etebari, Kimo Leopoldo, Kyle Villalovos, Julia Dietze, Derek Anthony, Robert Blanche, Max Perlich, Elizabeth Gast, Charles Hittinger, Alison Ball, Blanca Blanco, Marcus Natividad
Studio Giant Ape Media
MPAA rating TV-MA
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

Customer Reviews

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Format: DVD
I really liked this movie, but I must also qualify the 4-Star rating I gave it, just to be fair to all viewers. You must be a Danny Trejo fan to enjoy the action plot with flying bullets and squirting blood from wounds. Danny is Danny, mean-looking bulldog face, few words, irrational macho determination to take on loads of opponents at the same time, and a happy trigger finger. But if you are a normal movie-viewer who's looking for "quality" action, realistic plot, and great acting, then this movie is not for you, for under those criteria this movie would get 1-star rating from me. Danny is Frank "Bullet" Marasco, an L.A. detective whose grandson has been kidnapped by a drug cartel which is making big demands for his release. Well, you know Danny Trejo, he fears nothing, so he goes after the bad guys, Jonathan Banks and Torsten Voges---two pretty ugly bad guys---and about a dozen others. It's a pleasure just watching how ugly they are, and mean-looking too. I am a big Danny Trejo fan and I loved the movie. My wife does not like Danny Trejo, and she hated it. Enough said.
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Yes, I am a Trejo fan. An extreme one, I admit. If you are a Trejo fan, this was a good story, with Mr. Trejo's performance being particularly good as he fights to save his grandson from criminals bent on preventing the execution of a death row inmate who deserves it. We even get to see him shirtless in an "extreme fighting" scene (Yay!) This tough macho man shows his tender side when he deals with children, just as he did in the "Spy Kids" movies. Johnathan Banks, a graduate from "Breaking Bad" (can't remember if he shared screen time with "Tortuga") plays the condemned man's dad, determined to both kill Frank Bullet (Mr. Trejo), and also frame him for the crime his son is being executed for. However either he had make up that was particularly unflattering purposely, or they didn't use make up on him at all because this man was a collage of old age spots and other skin issues and discolorations.Since I doubt they would have painted these spots on him, perhaps they did this to add to his arch-baddy character. Also, in some scenes, they used background music that sounded like it was from 1970 or 80 movies--way outdated and seemingly inappropriate for the film and somewhat loud and distracting in some parts. Matter of fact the sound was not very good in some scenes and the dialog difficult to hear. This seems to improve over the course of the movie. Yes there was a bit of violence and the body count was high. But, it was still a really good shoot-em-up drama. I wish that John Savage, who played the governor had gotten a better hair cut as he just didn't strike me as governor material. He looked a bit scruffy. I live in Oregon, and our Governor is from the country in Southern Oregon and wears cowboy boots and jeans with corduroy jackets at our capitol. But he still has way better grooming and hair cuts than the alleged governor in this movie. Mr. Trejo shines again!
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I have watched several of Danny Trejo's films. Naturally, I started with "From Dusk Till Dawn," all of them
Then on to "Machete" and"Bad Ass." Although I must admit, the more of Danny's movies I saw, the cornier
they got. Now they seem to have gone from just a bit corny to kind of ridiculous. Personally I liked his earlier
movies better than his recent ones. Maybe Danny should take a break and enjoy all the money he has made.
It seems that he never turns down any acting job if it fits into his schedule.
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Format: Blu-ray
You know what you're going to get when you watch a Danny Trejo movie. This is no different. Trejo plays a cop whose grandson is kidnapped by the father of a druglord on death row. Said drugload gets Trejo to sign a confession saying his testimony was false and then wants Trejo to sign a suicide note. Of course, Trejo has no plans to do that.

The rest of the movie is about revenge. I'm not going to spoil anything for you because it is a pretty decent movie. Trejo has come a long way since San Quentin and his first "barely get by" movies.
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Format: DVD
I really liked this movie, but I must also qualify the 4-Star rating I gave it, just to be fair to all viewers. You must be a Danny Trejo fan to enjoy the action plot with flying bullets and squirting blood from wounds. Danny is Danny, mean-looking bulldog face, few words, irrational macho determination to take on loads of opponents at the same time, and a happy trigger finger. But if you are a normal movie-viewer who's looking for "quality" action, realistic plot, and great acting, then this movie is not for you, for under those criteria this movie would get 1-star rating from me. Danny is Frank "Bullet" Marasco, an L.A. detective whose grandson has been kidnapped by a drug cartel which is making big demands for his release. Well, you know Danny Trejo, he fears nothing, so he goes after the bad guys, Jonathan Banks and Torsten Voges---two pretty ugly bad guys---and about a dozen others. It's a pleasure just watching how ugly they are, and mean-looking too. I am a big Danny Trejo fan and I loved the movie. My wife does not like Danny Trejo, and she hated it. Enough said.
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Format: Amazon Video
This is the US distributor cut. The directors cut is out there as well, and is a completely different movie. I would check it!
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