4Got10

2015

Action / Thriller / Western

4
IMDb Rating 4.1 10 1701

Synopsis


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Cast

Vivica A. Fox as Imani Cole
Dolph Lundgren as Bob Rooker
Danny Trejo as Mateo Perez
Natassia Malthe as Christine
1080p.BLU
1.23 GB
1920*1080
English
NR
23.976 fps
1hr 24 min
P/S 1 / 7

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Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 1 / 10

One of the Worst Films Ever Produced!

Brian Barnes (Johnny Messner) wakes up in the desert wounded and with no memory and no idea why he's surrounded by eight bodies, a van with four million in cash and a van full of cocaine. Brian is pursued by not only notorious drug lord Danny Perez (Danny Trejo) who desperately want his money back, and DEA Agent Rooker (Dolph Lundgren), but also a by the corrupt Sheriff Olson (Michael Pare) who will stop at nothing to get his hand on the new found fortune. On the run, Brian discovers the more he remembers the less he wants to know about who he really is. 4Got10 is an obvious cash grab that tries to be a smart thriller but the twist makes the movie even worse, the acting is bad, the characters are boring and the entire film could only just be 10 minutes instead of 84 minutes. They even try the whole western routine with slow motion gun fights and one of them involves Michael Paré and Danny Trejo and i died laughing it reminded me more of a Police Academy rip/off than an actual action film, also the ending is an abomination against humanity and i'm seriously disappointed that Lundgren said yes to star in this travesty. (Ultimate 0/10)

Reviewed by zardoz-13 8 / 10

8outof10

"Decommissioned" director Timothy Woodward Jr. and scenarist Sean Ryan have scored another winner with "4Got10," a contemporary crime thriller involving the DEA, the Mexican Cartel, and a corrupt county sheriff. Woodward Jr. and Ryan field a greater than usual number of characters and explore them in vignettes that eventually end up tied neatly together. Typically, too many characters can slow down a movie as well as clutter up an action opus. Instead, the surplus of characters in this movie keeps you guessing about who they really are and what they will accomplish. "4Got10" surpasses the usual B-movie, and the cast is superb. This multi-faceted story unfolds with a scene straight out of "No Country for Old Men" with some variations. We have a mystery man, Brian Barnes (Johnny Messner of "Decommissioned"), who awakens to find himself at the scene of a bloody massacre at a rendezvous among drug-traffickers. We have corrupt Sheriff Olsen (Michael Pare of "Streets of Fire") who decides to shoot his faithful partner, Samuel Perez (Michael John Long of "Weaponized," but who turns out to be the son of notorious drug czar Mateo Perez (Danny Trejo of "Heat") who wants his money back. Imagine Mateo's surprise when he discovers that his son was a cop hiding under an alias! Basically, everybody that you think is dirty turns out to be clean. Woodward Jr. stages some skillful shoots and deploy optical effects to make the guns appear more intimidating. The final shootout between Mateo and Olsen is something to see. The two guys are essentially sitting down and shooting at each other from no more than five feet away. Pare makes a great villain, and Dolph Lundgren's DEA Agent is somebody to see in action. Dolph sports glasses and appears very bureaucratic. "4Got10" isn't to be missed if you like fast action and provocative reversals.

Reviewed by brandonleeeberhart 10 / 10

Greatest Film Ever Made

4Got10? More like 4Got10Got10OutOf10 because this is the Greatest Film Ever Made and here's 10Reasons why-

1. Dolph Lundgren 2. Dolph Lundgren 3. Light 4. Dolph Lundgren 5. Dolph Lundgren 6. Dolph Lundgren 7. Humans and people 8. 1 + 2 9. 4 + 6 10. 8 + 9

The name of this movie is misleading because you are probably thinking, "Well, this movie has Dolph Lundgren, thus it is a 10," but you sir are ignoreant because it's called 4Got10 so it is reasonable to assume the name of the movie is simply 4.

But it is not. I am hoping (fingers crossed!) for a sequel that will be called 5Got10. Then a threequel called 6Got10. Then a quadquel called "The Rainy Monk of Somersville".

So, like I said:

4Got10Got10OutOf10/10

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