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Overall: 7
Story: 5
Animation: 6
Cinematography: 6
Effects: 5
Sound: 7

Bullets & Tequila

Directed By: Thomas Missault

Genre: Action, Parody, Adventure
Length: 06:30
Released: August 30th, 2009

Content Advisory:  strong violence, strong language.

Director's Comments

This was my BRAWL(Brickfilming Rapidly All Week Long) entry hosted by Munzapoppa. The theme this year was 'thought' so I came up with this idea of a man who thinks with his gun rather than his brains. I also wanted to make a movie in the style of Quentin Tarantino. And sounded like a great opportunity to do so. So here it is my entry for BRAWL Quentin Tarantino Style. I hope you will enjoy!
P.S. Keep watching after the credits!

Claude, A hitman kills the mob boss. Now he has to flee in order to stay alive!

Staff Review

Randy Yard:
The director invokes the name of Tarantino in this film's description, sending me into my first view expecting one thing: an expletive-laced, hard rock infused, over-the-top gorefest punctuated with a few oddly long passages of dialogue. I got the first part. With the exception of the blood effects and some reflection issues with greenscreening, technical aspects are above average just about across the board. Voicing is certainly able, and it deserves mention that the director went to the trouble of getting the lines of the Mexican characters recorded in Spanish. If a six minute hail of bullets and F-bombs sounds like a good time to you, put on your party hat and press "play."

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