SteveOfficial: 6 Underground Movie Review

Hello and welcome to this movie review for 6 Underground

Now before I go into full detail about this movie and my thoughts and opinions I just wanna share that at the time of writing this blog, the UK is in lockdown, cinemas are closed so there won’t be any newly released cinema released movies on my blog for the next couple of months however I will be doing reviews for Netflix movies and shows that I do watch on the streaming service over the coming weeks so stay tuned for those, there will be movies on Netflix that I do end up reviewing that have been out for many years but I haven’t been able to get round to watching them up until now so although they have been out for many years I will still be reviewing those movies that I do watch in case you as reader decide to give the movies a watch as well

So onto the main review itself what this blog is all about which is 6 Underground. So this movie stars Ryan Reynolds and Ben Hardy. Ben Hardy I know because he used to play Peter Beale in the BBC soap EastEnders a few years ago and he also played one of the band members in the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody a couple of years ago too

Many people will know who Ryan Reynolds is he’s really well known for playing the titular character of Deadpool in the two Deadpool films and is also known for playing Pikachu in Detective Pikachu that was released last year, and he of course played a role in the movie The Green Lantern but let’s not talk about that…

6 Underground is such an amazing movie and it has been out on Netflix for a few months now and how it has taken me a few months at the time of writing this blog to decide to sit down and watch this movie I will never know but it’s an amazing movie

I love the action at the beginning of the movie which really gets me feeling at the edge of my seat, so much action packed into the first fifteen to twenty minutes of the lives also filled with so much blood and gory, and also filled with so much violence and use of guns and stunts used in the cars that feature in the scenes as well as the fact that we see some of Italy’s most famous landmarks, where the film takes place in this point, it’s also the first fifteen to twenty minutes of the move where the comedy is at, I laughed a lot during the car stunt scenes because the character that features in those scenes have some funny lines

The other amazing part about the beginning of the movie for the first fifteen to twenty minutes is the stunts that cars play in the scenes you see so many cars exploding or crashing or even breaking into half it does make me wonder how much budget Netflix had to make this movie

The only reason why I say this is because of the fact that this is a type of movie that you would expect to find in the cinema it already has some big name stars in the movie but it sounds like Netflix went all out with this movie because of the fact that they have these really huge big budget stunts in this movie

The movie kind of left off open ended really which makes me beg the question will we get to see a sequel to this movie within the next couple of years? It does make me wonder but I wouldn’t mind seeing a sequel to this and see how far Netflix want to go with a movie like this, I would love to see more stunts and more gore and more of Ryan Reynolds too, it was a great movie and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves Acton who loves movies with stunts in too


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