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4Got10

4Got10

The good, the bad, and the dead.Sep. 11, 2015 USA84 Min.
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8.6 1,456 votes

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Cast

Dolph Lundgren isBob Rooker
Bob Rooker
Danny Trejo isMateo Perez
Mateo Perez
Johnny Messner isBrian Barns
Brian Barns
Vivica A. Fox isImani Cole
Imani Cole
Michael Paré isSheriff Olson
Sheriff Olson
Angell Conwell isAgent Taylor
Agent Taylor

Synopsis

Brian Barnes (Johnny Messner) wakes up in the desert wounded and with no memory and no idea why he’s surrounded by eight bodies, a van with four million in cash and a van full of cocaine. Brian is pursued by not only notorious drug lord Danny Perez (Danny Trejo) who desperately want his money back, and DEA Agent Rooker (Dolph Lundgren), but also a by the corrupt Sheriff Olson (Michael Pare) who will stop at nothing to get his hand on the new found fortune. On the run, Brian discovers the more he remembers the less he wants to know about who he really is.

4Got10
4Got10
Original title4Got10
IMDb Rating4.1 1,425 votes
TMDb Rating4.5 15 votes

(11) comments

  • davidross1058September 30, 2015Reply

    a shoot’em up.

    Too stupid for words is what this movie is. you’ve seen it all before.
    drugs, money, guns, it’s all here. i watched it cause it had some name
    actors and was billed as an action movie. some actors will do any piece
    of crap for a paycheck. Lundgren, Trejo, Pare are these actors. they
    are all very wooden and just going thru the motions here. Messner gave
    the best performance here and was most believable in his role. i
    finished watching it only cause i was invested in seeing how it would
    turn out. this is straight to DVD crap or Netflix. there are a few
    double crosses here and no one is to be trusted. it was totally stupid
    who gets away with the money in the end. a real disappointment this
    movie was considering the talent involved. i guess they were all
    between better projects. Lundgren should kiss Stallone’s ass for giving
    him a career.

  • quincytheodoreOctober 1, 2015Reply

    Not even 4 out of 10

    For the first five minutes the movie, which thinks it has clever title,
    it might look decent with cool visual and noir vibe, then it literally
    falls apart with every following scenes. The plot makes little sense,
    the acting consist of the males trying to be as comically macho as
    possible while the ladies seem like they’re auditioning for porn intro.
    The action is on another league of laughably bad with abundance of
    cheap and silly effects.

    Story follows many different characters, who the movie introduces with
    amateur imitation of Tarantino style. The multi-perspective immediately
    falters with poor logic and overly convenient melodramatic subplots.
    One scene has Danny Trejo performing dramatic monologue like he’s in
    telenovela. It tries to string together several agendas with climatic
    twist only to end up with severe inconsistency.

    Normally, I wouldn’t nitpick much about acting, but it has one of the
    most absurd performances even on B-movie standard. Natassia Malthe as
    Christine is utterly bizarre. It’s like she’s under the influence of
    anesthetic or laughing gas from dentist and trying to resist the effect
    during filming. Her expressions are forced and just unnaturally
    disrupting on almost every scenes she’s in.

    Most of the men are rough agents or rougher antagonists. Danny Trejo
    alone should suffice for gruff character, but here everyone grunt,
    swear and try to look humorously manly as though they are on Marlboro
    commercial. The ladies are painfully over acted. It doesn’t matter who
    the character is, every girl winks or flirts, sometimes directly to the
    camera. I’m surprised they didn’t just suck lollipop and moan instead
    of delivering their lines.

    Action is all kinds of bad. It makes mid-tier Bollywood movies look
    like Oscar material for choreography. Punches and kicks miss while
    baddies fly across the room. Everyone is trigger happy, literally
    shooting anyone without little to no provocation, but they lack the
    self-preservation instinct to take cover. Then we have the crappy
    slow-mo with flare effect painted on the gun. It’s mesmerizingly bad.

    If there’s any shining light on this black mess, it’s that Johnny
    Messner as the lead Brian is not bad. He brings effort for his
    character and he would’ve been a more decent lead if given the right
    material. Dolph Lundgren is also pretty good, most of the revelation
    hinges on him and he did try. Still, the problem with original material
    persists, they just seems underutilized here.

    There are a lot flaws, either in writing or choreography, yet the movie
    pretends they don’t exist and continue to play western music or some
    macho gibberish. It honestly looks like spoof of action, but I fear it
    actually tries to be gritty. In that case, one should still view it as
    parody for more amusement or simply forget it entirely.

  • Mahendra VishwakarmaOctober 2, 2015Reply

    4get It

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • Prismark10October 3, 2015Reply

    Forgotten it already

    Another day and another low budget, straight to Pay TV, sub Tarantino
    action thriller with B movie actors.

    Johnny Messner is Brian Barnes who comes around suffering a bullet
    wound, surrounded by dead bodies and dynamic titles telling you who all
    the main characters are.

    Brian is a bad boy who has managed to get out alive but he needs to
    piece back his life together because he really had forgotten who he is
    and how he got into this mess.

    Dolph Lundgren is the smart law agent who is investigating the
    killings. Micheal Pare is the crooked sheriff who has found a case full
    of money and is tempted to take it all. Danny Trejo is the ruthless
    crime lord who has lost a shed load of money and is looking to get it.
    Worse still his son bizarrely ran away to become a policeman and he was
    also killed in the incident. Trejo wants his son’s death avenged.

    Conveniently the various plot strands come together for contrived shoot
    outs as the bad guys drop one by one. Brian gets his memories back
    piecemeal and completes the jigsaw and Lundgren tries to stay one step
    ahead. The audience will have got a better grasp of where it’s all
    heading in this poorly written film.

    The film wants to be a hip smart thriller but the plotting is just too
    convenient. Having Vivicia Fox along with Trejo just reminds us too
    much of better Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez films.

  • niutta-enricoOctober 3, 2015Reply

    4got10: Really bad but… Dolph Lundgren can act!

    The story, the interiors and the fighting will remind you of something
    you have already seen or of a bad TV movie.

    The acting sometimes is really unconvincing (dialogue too) but there is
    something in this film that you would never expect: when Michael Paré
    (the Sheriff) or Dolph Lundgren are on, the movie for a moment starts
    to work as if it were a normal, enjoyable flick!

    It doesn’t last long, the two of them could not save the film. But this
    was something I didn’t expect from Ivan Drago and I’m more than glad to
    have it witnessed and to pay my respects to him with this note.

    The film, besides that, was too boring…

  • clayj-18274December 20, 2015Reply

    B-Movie, and Not a Great One at That

    Where do older actors go to retire? I don’t know – but they’re in
    movies like this one just prior. Stars Trejo, Lundgren, and Pare –
    older action stars. Also stars several B-listers as well: Messner, Fox,
    and Malthe, among them. The plot’s been done many a time, drug deal
    gone bad and the money’s in the back of the vehicle to be found, and
    pursued. This could have been a good movie, but wasn’t. The production
    values are pretty good. The acting isn’t. You’d be better off watching
    something else. I rented this one for $4, and wished I hadn’t. I didn’t
    find this one to have been worth watching, wouldn’t have paid a dollar
    to watch it had I known better.

  • zif ofozMarch 13, 2016Reply

    Bore

    A shoot’em up bang bang bore.

    OMG this flick is a real attention tester. I just lost interest and
    forced myself to try to watch this dusty hot mess because Danny Trejo
    is in it and I think his camera time was maybe ten minutes. Dialog bad,
    actors bad, story boring.

    And Dolph Lundgren really looks bad and old. Well I guess he is old but
    his acting talents haven’t improved with age. And Danny (who is usually
    fun to watch) is just a pointless character that could have been played
    by an unknown actor. It doesn’t matter here in this flick anyway.

    Bad is bad and 4Got10 is text book bad. A bore!

  • kosmaspOctober 5, 2016Reply

    4 out of 10

    Well almost the title then. Although in Germany they have a different
    one and kind of seem to want to compare it to a Western (Good, bad and
    the Dead). And that’s not that far off the mark (no pun intended).
    Unfortunately the movie never really satisfies completely. It tries too
    much for its own good.

    And while Danny Trejo is always a natural and has his charisma just
    because of who he is in real life, there is not really empathy that the
    viewer can feel for the characters involved. So the twists and turns
    that predictably come, do not really shock that much (maybe surprise a
    couple of viewers at best). Mediocre if you set your expectations low

  • brandonleeeberhartNovember 5, 2016Reply

    Greatest Film Ever Made

    4Got10? More like 4Got10Got10OutOf10 because this is the Greatest Film
    Ever Made and here’s 10Reasons why-

    1. Dolph Lundgren 2. Dolph Lundgren 3. Light 4. Dolph Lundgren 5. Dolph
    Lundgren 6. Dolph Lundgren 7. Humans and people 8. 1 + 2 9. 4 + 6 10. 8
    + 9

    The name of this movie is misleading because you are probably thinking,
    ”Well, this movie has Dolph Lundgren, thus it is a 10,” but you sir are
    ignoreant because it’s called 4Got10 so it is reasonable to assume the
    name of the movie is simply 4.

    But it is not. I am hoping (fingers crossed!) for a sequel that will be
    called 5Got10. Then a threequel called 6Got10. Then a quadquel called
    ”The Rainy Monk of Somersville”.

    So, like I said:

    4Got10Got10OutOf10/10

  • zardoz-13December 24, 2016Reply

    8outof10

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • davideo-2January 31, 2017Reply

    Misfiring (except from the guns!) latest Dolph film

    STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning
    ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning

    A group of men are found dead/clinging to life in the desert in what
    appears to be a drug deal gone wrong. Corrupt Sheriff Olson (Michael
    Pare) dispatches his young deputy, and tries to make off with his
    horde. Meanwhile, Agent Rooker (Dolph Lundgren) attempts to assess what
    is going on, whilst Perez (Danny Trejo), the drug lord who’s money has
    been lost, carves a murderous path to find who’s crossed him. But
    they’re all part of a much wider circle of deceit and corruption.

    Whilst he seemed to be defying his advancing fifty plus years in the
    fairly recent Skin Trade, his best film of recent times, in this
    wannabe modern day spaghetti western, Dolph Lundgren appears to be
    trying to settle in to them more, taking a more backseat role as the
    older, more experienced federal agent, in another of these straight to
    DVD clunkers that appears to show him as the lead star, despite getting
    probably as much screen time as anyone else. He really is just one of
    many faces in this messy, misfiring effort.

    Director Timothy Woodward Jr. tries to carve an affectionate tribute to
    wild west films gone by, with genre staples such as ‘the Broad’ and
    ‘the Drug Lord’ blasting across the screen throughout, but it achieves
    the effect of desperation more than affection. It all contains more
    than a mild nod to more mainstream westerns of modern times (most
    notably No Country for Old Men), but the dull, predictable screenplay
    fails to inject any dash into any of it, making it quite a drag indeed.

    Anything under an hour and a half that drags this badly can’t be right.
    *

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