6 UNDERGROUND Should Have Stayed There, A Review

When I saw that Ryan Reynolds was in a new movie on Netflix, I thought I'd check it out. It's Netflix and it's one way to kill time while "sheltering in place" from Covid-19.  Except, maybe, sheltering in place might be more entertaining. If we weren't in this pandemic, I'd say that was two hours of my life I'll never get back. But as it stands, I suppose the film is bad enough to distract you from your own problems for those two hours, so there's that.


6 Underground stars Ryan Reynolds who is a billionaire who wants to play dark avenging mercenary that wipes out evil people around the world. He recruits five other people, and together, they take on the baddest bad guy out there.

The film is produced and directed by Michael Bay and this is his Netflix debut, and to be honest, Bay made a frenetic Deadpool movie, but without the costume. And with a serious amount of lazy ass writing and directing.  I mean seriously, Reynolds IS Deadpool, no matter…

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