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Big Kill (2019)

Big Kill (2019)

Jason PatricLou Diamond PhillipsChristoph SandersScott Martin
Scott Martin


Big Kill (2019) is a English movie. Scott Martin has directed this movie. Jason Patric,Lou Diamond Phillips,Christoph Sanders,Scott Martin are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Big Kill (2019) is considered one of the best Action,Western movie in India and around the world.

A tenderfoot from Philadelphia, two misfit gamblers on the run, and a deadly preacher have a date with destiny in a boom town gone bust called Big Kill.

Big Kill (2019) Reviews

  • An enjoyable and funny movie


    PLEASE pay no attention to the first reviewer here. Watch the movie and decide for yourself whether you enjoyed it or not. I found this movie to be quite good. I am keeping it as will watch again in future. The movie has several funny parts and I mean I had several lol chuckles throughout watching it. You can't help but laugh at the "Never heard of it" line used frequently. And the one guy during the last shootout that was so fast, you never saw him draw. That was hilarious. If you do like westerns, at least give this one a chance and you may end up having an enjoyable evening.

  • A pathetic stupid farce, period.


    This is one of the worst B Western movies in its worst form. Don't even know how this screenplay got approved into production. Such ridiculousness is beyond my comprehension and only the worst Chinese movies could be matched. Very childish and shallow. This kind of bad Western genre horrible movies only further deteriorated the survival of the public interest for any future Western movies. Besides, any movie with Danny Trejo in it will be definitely a lousy B movie. Danny Trejo is one of the brand names of bad movies. So if you see his name appeared in the cast, just don't bother. I don't even know how to describe this "Big Kill" farce.

  • A pretty cool 2018 B Western. Go with the flow and have some fun.


    After reading a number of reviews on IMDB, I hesitated to obtain and watch Big Kill. Since I really like Westerns and they seem to be a dying breed, I threw caution to the wind and decided to watch it anyway. Bottom line: It's a very decent example of the genre, which is a throw back John Ford camera stylish modern western (with some overhead shots Coach couldn't film). It has some problems related to over saturated color, semi-bizarre costumes (over the top) and HD camera style which keeps the homage from ringing too true but it is sui generis and as such, is interesting. I think they carried off their homage well enough that you can enjoy it as an pseudo old fashion, modern filmed western and it deserves an audience. Good actors, fun story, a sense of humor and great shoot-outs. It isn't exactly a classic but it is as good or better than most of these B style westerns in the past few years because it dares to be different but also classic enough to be a genuine western. I definitely recommend it, especially if you are an aficionado of the genre. ie: If you like westerns, in general, you shouldn't miss this stylish update of the classic form.

  • For BasicLogic


    First, a b movie is just that, of any genre. If you go into a b movie expecting an academy award winning film then you are just a dumb critic who knows nothing to begin with. You don't watch a b movie expecting much but to be entertained. By bad acting, low budget's with even worse special effects. A jolly good laugh and good time if you have it to waste lol. As for Danny T, well, you don't seem to know much lol. Has he played his B actor role well, yep he has.. but, along the way he has a few fantastic performance and actually very good movies... you would know that if you were a real movie watcher and not some hack. Fact is, not much else to say. You know a movie is low budget and b before you watch. So why watch if your expectations don't match reality lol... Basic, you need to come back to reality, or just go to theater and watch block busters lol.... seriously dude,,, get a grip lol....

  • Had some problems


    Im gonna be honest the only reason I bought this movie was because it featured a Colt Walker Revolver. A few of the actors I recognized, but after watching Id say theres a few problems: 1. the music was ridiculous. It killed the groove for me. Westerns do not need computer generated rap/pop themed soundtracks. 2. the scenes were not very well put together. There were also long drawn out and cringy silences throughout the movie. The acting was decent, but the script sucked. I did like the following: 1. the guns in this movie were on point. Nothing out of this world, very commonly found weapons in the old west. My favorites were of course the Colt Walker ( even though it has like 2 minutes of screentime and is only fired 6 times) and the gamblers customized 1860 army. It was snubnosed for concealability, I guess. 2. The playout of the movie was very realistic in my opinion. The standoffs were like I said a bit cringy, but the amount of sitting around and slow moving shootouts was very accurate from a realistic Old west point of view. 3. The gunfights them selves were pretty realistic. Noone had 12 shot revolvers, and the reloading was slow and almost painful to watch. Overall, if your looking for a sitdown and have fun type of western, go get a copy of Tombstone. If you like being able to watch a western without counting up the mistakes and Hoolywood tainted scenes, this one is for you. They did their research, my guess is that they just didnt have a Box office hit budget.


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