10 Cent Pistol full movie review - Some politically-influenced, boring, misguided B$
I like movies "about criminals". Sorry. But they can be sort of fun a times. I know that crime is no fun, but watching a cool main character shooting, chasing, getting away, and then bringing them lawless criminals to justice is plain cool.
But this flick was probably the worst one of them all for the following reasons: 1) The story line jumps all over the place and you quickly lose it BECAUSE YOU DON'T KNOW WHY IT HAS TO SHIFT LIKE THIS. 2) The sorry-mess producers of this useless flick appear to be suffering from a sort of an anti-Russian psychosis, since almost all of the movie's characters keep pointlessly complaining that "Russians can't shoot", "Russians can't aim", "Russians never won any wars", "Russian guns don't fire", etc. Evidently, anyone who is even partially in his right mind knows that this B$ carries no real sense. None. Whatsoever. If you don't think so, then go watch something about training 'them dragons or something. And grow up if you can. Thank you. Obviously, everyone who knows anything loves the Russian-made firearms. Everyone who deals with serious stuff knows that 'them Russians can shoot. And anyone who ever had even half of a real education knows that 'them Russians won some wars here and there. Duh. It's just this movie seems so Russian-hating that it starts to seriously stink of someone's personal issue.
Like, if one of the producers got refused by a dozen of Russian and then by a hundred of Ukrainian girls (who are also primarily really good looking), then he got all personally psychotic about being refused by all of them hot girls and decided to make this nasty movie. Get help you, there! It's for your own good. Anyways, this is one annoying, pointless flick, and I would give it "-100" points if I could.