4Got10 DVD Review
“4Got10” will instantly be forgotten after you see it.
Without getting into spoiler territory, “4Got10” juggles multiple stories involving an injured man (Brian) who doesn’t remember who he is, a corrupt Sheriff who kills the son of a Drug Lord, a DEA Agent who is investigating murders, and the aforementioned Drug Lord who is trying to find out who killed his son. How are all of these characters connected? That would be telling.
“4Got10” (a terrible title to be sure) is a low budget indie crime thriller that tries unsuccessfully to be a cross between an old spaghetti western and a Quentin Tarantino film. Aside from a decent twist ending, the barely watchale film has very little to offer viewers as it is saddled with the thinnest of plots and action sequences that are not remotely entertaining (unless you love lousy slow motion).
Now, for those thinking that stars Dolph Lundgren and Danny Trejo could salvage this thing, you’d be wrong. Aside from a few scenes near the end, Lundgren is woefully miscast as a DEA agent. As for Trejo, he looks bored in his underwritten Drug Lord role. He barely even gets to be menacing or bad-ass which is an utter waste of Trejo’s talents.
Presentation: Widescreen. How does it look? Not bad all things considered.
Audio Track: Dolby Digital 5.1. How does it sound? Ok, but don’t expect great quality given the low production values.
Extras: 6 deleted scenes (including an alternate ending) and an 18 minute behind the scenes featurette that contains set footage, interviews, and film clips.
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