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20 FT BELOW


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
LIVING IN THE DARK March 20 2014
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Angel (Danny Trejo) is a tough intellectual anarchist who rules the deep underground of NYC. In the opening scene he kidnaps and kills the wealthy Jason Wells (Peter Dobson) which leads to an unsuccessful police sweep. Jake (Frank Krueger) is an ex-cop who lost his wife, rules the area between the streets and Angel's world. Chelsea (Kinga Philipps) is a reporter who successfully gets an interview with Angel and then takes her time leaving the tunnels.

Jake's speeches on his lost love were as badly written and delivered as Angel's anarchy fluff. In fact the whole film had a nausea that reminded me of "Billy Jack."

The film is supposed to be a metaphor about living in the dark and alone with Jake representing the microcosm and the underworld the macrocosm. It was done rather sloppily with unrealistic characters.

For Trejo fans it is far better than "Voodoo Possession" but not as good as "Bullet." Can't wait for "Volcano Zombies."

No sex or nudity. I don't recall any F-bombs.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Somewhat disjointed -- obviously low-budget April 12 2014
By The Silver Turtle - Published on Amazon.com
I agree with other reviews; a good move, but not great. Role of Angel not up to expectations from Danny Trejo. This was probably a low-budget film; the writer, the executive producer, and all the other producers [except one -- and they directed it] were actors in the film.

Overall, it's not a classic [yet], but one never knows. . .
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Not a bad movie, just not great. March 31 2014
By Duane De Vries - Published on Amazon.com
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It would have helped if there had been a bit more character development. Flesh them out a bit more so to speak.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
movie 20 ft below May 23 2014
By gatorbob - Published on Amazon.com
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same old rough tough danny doing his thing,it has some good action in it and you wonder whos next or what next.worth watching.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Really enjoyed this movie May 1 2014
By Trejofan - Published on Amazon.com
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Loved this movie. It was pretty well done considering it was a low budget film. It starts out with a young female photojournalist, investigating a rumor of numerous people living underground in abandoned subway tunnels.(from the number of shows based on that premise, there must be a lot of abandoned subway tunnels.) She is particularly interested in tracking down the leader of the cult, named "Angel" (Mr. Trejo). She first connects with a young man who lives down there who appears to be somewhat delusional and perhaps schizophrenic and plays the part very well, but soon connects with an ex-policeman who went to the tunnels to deal with the grief of losing his wife leaving the world behind. He and a few other underground characters become her guardians and guides as they explore the tunnels. Soon they encounter "Angel" (the majestic Mr Trejo) who plays the cult leader, poised to emerge from the tunnels to stage a revolution. The acting is very good, with the Majestic Mr. Trejo being delightful evil and dressed in his sleeveless top displaying his impressive upper arms. This one is a keeper for my Trejo collection!

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