Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Dejected by the futility of his tedious life, bitter small-town resident Bill (Brendan Fletcher) takes matters into his own hands by constructing a bulletproof outfit, picking up his semi-automatic weapons and attempting the largest killing spree ever seen. Written and directed by controversial filmmaker Uwe Boll, this ultra-violent action movie features jarring handheld camerawork and original dialogue largely improvised by the cast.
I am not much of a Uwe Boll fan, but I have to admit, this movie was enjoyable to me. There are a few obvious holes in reality in this movie, but by no means enough to make me roll my eyes too much. He did a good job in the first 20 minutes of putting you kind of in the mind set of the character Bill. There is a kind of dark humor in a couple parts too that was enjoyable. For anyone who occasionally stopped playing through the story line in any Grand Theft Auto game, to go on a tirade of mayhem, this should be an enjoyable movie for you.
Pretty good acting. Had some political truth and involvement and it was pretty believable. It was pretty good. I don't condone violence towards innocent people in any way, but he has a point in that the world is scum and needs to be cleaned away of it's dirt. People don't appreciate their everyday lives. The realism is what scared me the most about this movie. Makes you see what rampage people think and go through before hand. Not for the faint of heart.