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6 Hours Away

Mexico 2024
produced by
Ruben Ozuna Gallardo for Rog Films, Odyssey Motion Pictures
directed by Nicolás Di Blasi
starring Guillermo Iván, Lara Wolf, Roberto Sanchez, Zach Rose, Oscar Lopez, Oscar Lopez Camaron, Ariann Murad, Oscar Torre, Iliana Guibert, Osvaldo de León, Zair Montes, Abril Schreiber
story by Ruben Ozuna Gallardo, Guillermo Ivan, screenplay by Garry Charles, music by Oscar Olaya

review by
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Ex-Marine Chris (Guillermo Iván) and his wife Sara (Lara Wolf) lead a quiet and pretty normal life somewhere in the USA - until Chris receives a visit from two FBI-agents (Zach Rose, Ariann Murad) who tell him his wife has been killed by a car bomb and wasn't the businesswoman she has always pretended to be but a human trafficker. This is all much for Chris to stomach, so when he receives a call that his wife has actually been kidnapped, he prefers to believe that piece of news and goes over the border to Mexico to free her, shooting everybody dead in his way. Thing is, Chris doesn't find her in the mansion she's supposed to be held but a mystery man (Roberto Sanchez) who tells him she's held on a secret location, but if he kills six people - all scumbags of the human trafficking world, so nobody many people would shed a tear over - in six hours, his wife will be released. Chris has of course little choice, and uses all of his training as a Marine to get the job done. Of course, while Chris is still hard at work piling up dead bodies, the mystery man isn't exactly playing fair and with the help of the two above FBI agents - who are in fact anything but - has Chris's daughter kidnapped for further incentive - incentive Chris will need for the final kill that comes as a big shock to him ...

 

6 Hours Away is actually a rather wonderful throwback to 1980s macho action movies, with its wonderful mix of an unstoppable hero, wonderful vintage cars, chases, shoot-out and fistfights aplenty. That said, this is more than just a carbon copy of yesteryear's filmmaking, it's actually more plot-driven than your average actioner from back when, is cleverly written with quite a few unexpected twists, and also rather beautifully shot and edited, and has its action erupt at a rather furious pace to make this one really cool genre ride.

 

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