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6 Ways to Die

6 Ways to Die

One death isn't enoughJul. 31, 2015 USA103 Min.
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8.4 1,259 votes

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Vinnie Jones isJohn Doe
John Doe
Michael Rene Walton isSonny 'Sundown' Garcia
Sonny 'Sundown' Garcia
Vivica A. Fox isVeronica Smith
Veronica Smith
Tom Sizemore isMike Jones
Mike Jones
Bai Ling isJune Lee
June Lee
Dominique Swain isSteph Garcia
Steph Garcia


Sonny “Sundown” Garcia is the top cocaine distributor in the United States, which has made him a very rich and powerful man. It has also made him plenty of enemies. John Doe is just such a man. A nameless man of mystery, John lives to see Sundown not just dead, but to suffer six meaningful losses before his death—his fortune, his freedom, his love, his reputation, his most valuable possession and, finally, his life. John hires six hit-men, each one assigned to inflict one of the six meaningful losses upon Sundown.

6 Ways to Die
Original title6 Ways to Die
IMDb Rating4.1 699 votes
TMDb Rating4.1 8 votes

(8) comments

  • quincytheodoreAugust 2, 2015Reply

    Overly complex and riddled with vain symbolisms

    This is a prime example where less is more. The movie executes multiple
    perspectives and subplots to the point of exhaustion. It follows John
    Doe (Vinnie Jones) as he sets intricate plans for revenge by hiring six
    different conmen or assassins. Each of them reveals a facet of the
    target, along with occasional flashback and branching story, all of
    which ultimately end in an uninspiring conclusion.

    With six hit men following their own respective plot, this is basically
    six short stories woven together, but not in consistent fashion. It’s
    not an intersecting story like Snatch or even Smokin’ Aces, there are
    many perspectives and timelines, yet they don’t mesh together that
    well. It even feels fragmented since each hit-man has limited screen
    time, not enough to establish their character for overall continuity.

    Cinematography is done with too much focus on style, the movie
    repetitively pans over to the same shots of night club, flashback or
    slow motion gun shot. Prepare to see these scenes again and again
    throughout the movie as though it wants to be edgy so badly, instead it
    becomes tiresome later on.

    The cast is pretty presentable, action fans would be pleased to see the
    Vinnie Jones or Vivica A. Fox. The characters are made to cater
    flamboyant lifestyle with extravagant personalities and attractive
    ladies. This might appeal to viewer who like exaggerated hit-man or
    noir style, although the movie could’ve worked better with lighter tone
    or more constructed plot.

    It tries to produce intense display of a revenge tale as it delves into
    different aspects of the target’s life, yet it’s gradually becoming
    shallower as it progresses. Furthermore, the ending feels forced,
    making it a needlessly complicated and boring spectacle.

  • sideriteAugust 4, 2015Reply

    An amateur trying to make a Tarantino movie and failing miserably

    I rarely rate a movie so low because… let’s face it, there are few
    movies worse that this out there that I try to watch. I chose 6 Ways to
    Sundown because of Vinnie Jones and Bai Ling. Love them both, but guys,
    why did you do this to me?

    From the very start one feels that something is not quite right. The
    dialogue is overly pompous, without adding anything to the story, the
    film is divided in chapters, the chapters are presented in a reverse
    order, there are flashbacks that need other flashbacks to explain and
    so on. The film is screeching ”Wait for the twist! It’s going to blow
    your mind”. If you got this far into the review, trust me, it is not
    going to blow your mind.

    Then everything is really really badly made. The people dancing in the
    club of the ”most notorious drug dealer in North America” are dancing
    worse than I do. That’s bad! The productions values are low. The acting
    is bad. Vinnie Jones spends all of his 5 minutes of acting in a car,
    Bai Ling is beautiful as ever, but she barely does anything, Tom
    Sizemore (which I really dislike anyway) dies in the first few minutes
    and Vivica A. Fox… why are they hiring her anymore is beyond me. And
    these are the best actors in the movie.

    Bottom line: a complete and utter waste of time. It’s always risky to
    watch something written and directed by the same guy, but this is not
    even so bad it’s funny, like The Room.

  • Da OcelotAugust 13, 2015Reply

    This movie gives you a mind blender

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  • keertijiAugust 18, 2015Reply

    this movie is dreadful.

    hard to follow,, overly complicated and more interested in looking good
    then telling the story. terrible set design, trying to be too cool and
    directed by someone who has no idea of cool. how it got funded and made
    and how the actors didn’t leave the set before it was finished is a
    mystery to me. Vinnie Jones basically plays a car, i think he was
    welded to it. same scenes over and over again, truly horrible set
    design and ambiance. do not watch unless you enjoy having your time
    wasted. i have no idea if this was a true story or not, i can’t imagine
    that someone like the protagonist existed and then acted in the ways
    portrayed in the movie. It was childlike and frankly a waste of my
    precious time.

  • mdamiano-77387November 27, 2015Reply

    so bad

    I love movies, even bad ones but this was SO BAD. Tom Sizemore was in
    it, it can’t be that bad I thought. He wouldn’t have made a bad movie,
    he was in it for like 3 minutes. I feel stupider for having sat through
    the whole thing. I never write reviews but I had to warn everyone else.
    Don’t bother… It is almost like some guy in high school watched the
    Usual Suspects, Pulp Fiction and a few other modern gangster movies and
    thought, gee, I can do this. Nothing to it… Just mash up all the
    cliché plot themes, scatter the time-line and have a big secret at the
    end and it will be so good. Maybe he thought it would launch his career
    and he would be so famous. Instead he has to live with the shame of
    knowing his friends, family and future girlfriends knowing that he was
    the one that wrote this god-awful story. Back to washing dishes…they
    say its better to try and fail than not at all. This movie is a great
    argument against that point.

  • kosmaspMarch 9, 2016Reply

    Sundown or not?

    Sundown can be beautiful. Or it can be deceiving, because it’s getting
    dark and you’re not sure what you’re seeing. Or it’s just a character
    name … is it though? One thing is for sure, the script tries to be
    very clever and the amount of people acting in this, that you might
    know from other movies is incredible.

    So while this isn’t Tarantino and it’s not really magic, it is kind of
    entertaining if you let it be. As I said, the story is complex and the
    time-lines get a bit tangled up (some might actually watch it again for
    the whole experience), but overall it’s a decent low budget effort with
    some quality actors in it.

  • leonblackwoodApril 16, 2016Reply

    Over complicated for no reason! 2/10

    Review: This is another one of those over complicated movies, which
    goes back and forth in time, so you have to piece the whole movie
    together yourself. The director tried to piece together the whole story
    and the end, in a ”Usual Suspects” type of way but I personally had
    lost complete interest by then. It keeps on going a week behind in
    time, so it just becomes a pain to follow. The acting wasn’t bad from
    the whole cast and I did find the storyline quite intriguing at first,
    especially when you follow what Vinnie Jones is saying in the car, to
    all of the people that he sends out to ruin Sonny ”Sundown” Garcia
    (Michael Rene Walton) life but I ended up getting annoyed with it. I
    won’t go into much depth about the storyline because it’s basically not
    worth it and I honestly didn’t know what was happening by the end but I
    will say this, it’s a revenge plot with John Doe (Vinnie Jones) sending
    out various people to take down, drug dealer, Sundown. When I saw Tom
    Sizemore and Vivica A. Fox in the cast, I thought it was going to be
    half decent but Sizemore only has one scene in the movie and Fox makes
    a brief appearance near the end, which didn’t have that much to do with
    the plot. At the end of the day, it’s yet another disappointing movie
    from Vinnie Jones and I’ve finally learnt to stay away from films with
    his name plastered all over the poster. Disappointing!

    Round-Up: This movie was written and directed by Nadeem Soumah, who
    brought you Searching For Angels in 2011, which also starred Vivica A.
    Fox. Personally I think he made a right mess of this film because the
    storyline was hard to follow and over complicated. He could have easily
    made it a straight forward movie, were the scenes flowed from one scene
    to the next but it seemed like he was trying to be clever, by making it
    go one week behind, after each dramatic moment. Anyway, it definitely
    gets the thumbs down from me and I won’t be watching it again in a

    I recommend this movie to people who are into their crime/thrillers
    starring Vinnie Jones, Michael Rene Walton, Vivica A. Fox, Tom
    Sizemore, Bai Ling and Dominique Swain. 2/10

  • adonis98-743-186503October 15, 2016Reply

    Go watch something else..

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