Silencer

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IMDb Rating 3.9 10 677

Synopsis


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April 3, 2019

Cast

Danny Trejo as Roy Casares
Erik Aude as Phillip
Johnny Messner as Pauly
Nikki Leigh as Sarah Martin
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753.09 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
88 min
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1.41 GB
1920×1080
English
NR
23.976 fps
88 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tayseer-ms 2 / 10 / 10

Poor movie

Poor storyline, poor acting from the lead star and poor effects. Gives one the feeling that a whole bunch of amateurs tried to make a movie.

Reviewed by Harrison Tweed (Top Dawg) 3 / 10 / 10

Worst. Screenplay. Ever.

Even if your budget is only a few dollars, beg borrow or steal money instead of letting amateur writer Sean Mick write his first ever screenplay for a full length feature film. Start with short films, go to film school, let a pro proofread the garbage you wrote, something... but don't ruin a film with the worst cliches, actors scenes and dialogue a 5th grader could have better written. From the annoying whispering tone of Johnny Messner to the full time toothpick in Tito Ortiz's mouth, these cliches are 1980's writing. Many scenes where too long and convoluted. The directing was ok considering the script Timothy Woodward Jr. had to work with. The acting was typical for this type of film, but would have been better if the director directed his cast better and had a better script to work with. The story in itself has been played over many times, but I could live with that... I just couldn't handle the cheese that made up most of the screenplay. The fight scenes where poorly edited and choreographed. Even Danny Trejo's shotgun blasts at the end where so obviously pathetic 1970's gunpowder effects. The score was also annoying for most part of the film. The cinematography was adequate. It's too bad this flop could have been avoided had the proper resources been part of the production, as I'm a fan of all the UFC and lead actors. This one missed the mark in a huge way. A very generous 4/10 from me.

Reviewed by gringopaul 3 / 10 / 10

UFC Fans and Danny Trejo Fans, Don't Watch This

Like many people, the only reason I watched this film is to see legendary MMA fighters Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz. (OK, I've never missed a Danny Trejo movie either.) You expect the action sequences to be awesome. About 20 minutes in the mumbling hero faces off with Chuck Liddell, who plays a cartoonish bad guy. This little Hollywood twerp intimidates Liddell, who pulls a knife too small to peel a potato. Chuck Liddell pulling a knife? From there, it gets even worse. The action scenes are terrible, choreographed without any serious attempt at realism. Danny Trejo plays a Latin Godfather. He's sappy emotional, weak and with bad judgment. Tito fares a little better, but not much. If you want to see Chuck Liddell on screen, watch his brief scenes in 2007's Bobby Z. Watch any other Danny Trejo film and see a real life badass show genuine menace. This doesn't qualify as a B Movie. Bring back the Death Penalty. The writers, director and producers should be taken out and shot. I give it three stars, one each for Danny, Chuck and Tito.

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