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Crazy Six (1997)

R | | Action, Crime | Video November 1997
2:09 | Trailer
In a crumbling Europe, powerful mafia families have emerged from the anarchy to vie for control of the lucrative arms trade.


Albert Pyun


Galen Yuen





Credited cast:
Rob Lowe ... Billie, a.k.a. Crazy Six
Mario Van Peebles ... Dirty Mao
Ice-T ... Raul
Burt Reynolds ... Dakota
Ivana Milicevic ... Anna
Thom Mathews ... Andrew
Blanka Kleinova Blanka Kleinova ... Viyana
Norbert Weisser ... Jerzy
Donald Standen Donald Standen ... Avi
Max Van Peebles Max Van Peebles ... Michelle
Thomas Morris ... Yusovic
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alan Dostal Alan Dostal ... Raul's Man
Dagmar Edwards ... Jackie (as Dagmar Lakcevic)
Andrew Erdelsky Andrew Erdelsky ... Raul's Man
Vladimir 'Furdo' Furdik ... Dirty Mao's man #1 (as Vlado Furdik)


Billie is an American junkie who came to Eastern Europe to escape his problems and make some good money. They call him Crazy Six because he is the sixth child of his family and he is crazy for drugs. Raul is the Drug-Lord who deals plutonium on his spare time. Things get ugly when Crazy Six and an Arabic-French gangster steal the plutonium and a couple of bucks from the Drug-Lord. As Crazy Six tries to escape the dependence of drugs, Raul chases him and it's up to an American inspector helping the local police to straighten things up... Written by Ary Luiz Dalazen Jr. <ajr@fortalnet.com.br>

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He is the sixth one in his family. And he is a little bit crazy. See more »


Action | Crime

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Rated R for drugs, violence and language | See all certifications »

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Most terrible pseudo boring film I have seen for a long time.
10 October 1998 | by Jacks-3See all my reviews

I have made a note of the Director's name to make sure I never see another of his films. Who gave him the money to do it?I watched it just after Jackie Brown by Tarantino (excellent)so the comparison was grim. The film was made by someone in love with himself - one long advert - ok lets have a few pretty clever shots - but all the way through? I didn't care a damn about any of the characters. Four of us watched it and, please, I thought I'd tell Blockbuster they might like to take it off the shelves before too many people asked for their money back. No pace, not remotely gripping - the only thing missing was the soft-porn B movie scenes - I suppose we can thank the makers for that.

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November 1997 (Russia) See more »

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A Nova Máfia See more »

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Bratislava, Slovakia

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