Red Stone (2021) 720p

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Genres:
Thriller
Resolution:
1280*528
Size:
889.33M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
97 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
333
Seeds:
60
Peers:
3
Directors: Derek Presley [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A dangerous hitman (Neal McDonough) is tasked with hunting down a teenager who witnessed the murder of his older brother at the hands of a ruthless Southern crime lord (Michael Cudlitz). The hired gun must track down the boy before either the rival henchmen or the F.B.I. find him first. As the hours tick down, the hitman begins to question his deadly ways and must choose which side he belongs to.

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    A dangerous hitman (Neal McDonough) is tasked with hunting down a teenager who witnessed the murder of his older brother at the hands of a ruthless Southern crime lord (Michael Cudlitz). The hired gun must track down the boy before either the rival henchmen or the F.B.I. find him first. As the hours tick down, the hitman begins to question his deadly ways and must choose which side he belongs to.

Reviews

Bloody awful.

Nothing positive to say about this. Slow, terrible acting, annoying unnecessary music, unoriginal plot. Such a shame the ratings on IMDB seem to be untrustworthy these days, this was showing up as 5.6 the day I decided to watch it, barely got halfway through.

Neal McDonough deserves better than this.

This was probably one of the worst directed films I've seen in a long time. Novice writer and director Derek Presley also failed miserably in directing his cast, as everyone - except McDonough, seemed lost, bored, and didn't know how to act. He kept filming scenes that should've been ended, with the cast just standing around waiting for him to say "cut". Then you have a convoluted story with random unexplained scenes. What was the entire first 5-10 mins about? Drive up to a bridge, see a car, look around, a phone rings and you leave. Total amateur hour filmmaking. Never mind the ridiculous and easily avoidable plot and technical issues. Then you add the slow as molasses pacing, and the unnecessarily long - and what seemed unedited 97 min runtime, and you'll be pulling your hair out wanting it all to end. Presley should've at least had a seasoned writer fix his screenplay, because with such little substance and too much filler, this may have worked as a short or made-for-TV 1 hour film. Low budget B film or not, inexperienced filmmaker or not, there was no excuse to leave so many easily fixable flaws. I wouldn't even expect such a mess from a 5th grade drama class. The score started off loud and annoying, but either I got used to it, or it simmered down towards the end. This film did have some hope and promise to allow overlooking some flaws, but it just had too many of them, and knowing even a decent editor could've fixed most of them, is inexcusable. It's a very generous 3/10 from me, all going to McDonough who was the only one that did anything to hold up this mess while it was drowning.

Not good at all

They don't make good movies and they are jealous of the ones who do. Not good and obviously stacked with fake ratings just like the rest. Give it a pass and thank me later.
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