During the Third World War, the American government initiates a secret project code named "Army Bacon" in order to create super soldier by inbreeding human being with pigs. 25 years later a...
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During the Third World War, the American government initiates a secret project code named "Army Bacon" in order to create super soldier by inbreeding human being with pigs. 25 years later a breed called "Muzzles" have occupied top of the food chain, eating and farming humans like animals. Rob Justice is an ex-bounty hunter working for the last line of human resistance - a group of survivors hiding in a nuclear bunker deep underground. His mission is to find out how muzzles came to power and destroy them.
Director/co-writer Valeri Milev brings us Bullets of Justice .
DANNY TREJO BATTLES MUTANT PIG SOLDIERS IN APOCALYPTIC "BULLETS OF JUSTICE" do I need to say anymore to watch this. The movie starts with a explosive chaotic beginning. It sets the tone, for one crazy trip.
Rob Justice (Timur Turisbekov) and Raksha (Doroteya Toleva) where brought up and taught the ways of the world by there father Grave-digger (Danny Trejo). He is gruff and to the point on his beliefs and who to have faith in. After a violent showdown with the mutant pigs they grow up with a purpose. The pig/humans are called Muzzles. Rob and his sister are picked to rid the world of these disgusting creations. It's unknown how these creatures came to be, but they must be stopped.
There takeover has wiped out the human race as we know. Humans are hunted and used as food. It's discovered there is a legendary queen bee who is responsible for there existence. Destruction of this queen bee will save mankind.
So Rob Justice as well as his mustached sister and (lover) Raksha set off on a dangerous bloody suicide mission. What lies ahead is every grind house, exploitation lovers dream. You have crazy scenarios, time travel, crazy characters, blood, boobs and monsters. You have well staged and choreographed fight scenes that rare truly visually entertaining. In a world of doom you have your heroes trying to make sense and return life to what it was. But you also have some cool villains.
My favorite character was Doroteya Toleva as Raksha, the sexy mustached heroine. Something about her mustache intrigued me. You had to forget any sense or reality with this movie. There are crazy Moments that will really make you sick but there are also over the top fight scenes that will have you out of breath.
Another stand out is Semir Alkadi. His performance made you forget how evil he was. He plays Agent Rafael, he has a few tricks up his sleeve for our heroes. His outrageous well choreographed dance is amazing.
This is B-movie, grindhouse on steroids. This is Destin to get a following and cult status. It has messages about mankind here and our destruction. It's evident as the pigs symbolize.
After watching and a few what the hell moments. I came to the conclusion the reason I liked this so much cause it was a mashup of 2 of my favorite movies. Mad Max and Planet of the Apes. Highly recommended and so different. These days we are living you can really relate to a crazy movie like this and say, Maybe it's not so far fetched.
Highly recommend viewing for a well deserved escape from reality.
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