Bushwick

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Thriller
Running Time:  93 min.
Digital: August 25, 2017
Release Date: August 25, 2017 - Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Halifax
DVD: October 24, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.71
based on 14 votes and 4 reviews
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Cast: Dave Bautista, Brittany Snow, Angelic Zambrana, Jeremie Harris, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Alex Breaux, Arturo Castro

Synopsis

Lucy (Brittany Snow) is traveling on the subway when it becomes clear something horrendous is taking place above ground. She gets out in her neighborhood of Bushwick in Brooklyn to find black-clad military soldiers are attacking everything in sight. 

An ex-Marine named Stupe (Dave Bautista) saves her from a couple of thugs. She follows him and finds out Texas is trying to secede from the United States of America. Stupe, who has been injured, asks for her help. As the forces spread from Bushwick to Manhattan, they discover one thing on their side is that the Texas soldiers didn't expect there to be so many guns outside of their state. The people of New York stick together and stand up to protect their city.

Director: Jonathan Milott, Cary Murnion
Studio: Search Engine Films
Producer(s): Adam Folk, Nate Bolotin, Joseph Mensch
Screenplay: Nick Damici, Graham Reznick

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  • 3 stars "Well Batman, this was interesting to watch. The use of a continuous camera shot kept the flow well and interesting. The action choreography could have been tighter. Bautista is one of the few wrestlers who can act well. The ending was a 'Holy WTF Batman!'"
  • 1 star "The premise of this "Movie" is so Damn ridiculous it is insulting. The State Constitution allows Texas to secede from the United States via a popular vote; peacefully! Alternately, If Texas decide to secede there are not enough states North of the Mason-Dixon that could do S#&T about it!"
  • 5 stars "Dave's acting has grown better in every picture he's been in, and this movie being his best yet. The movie is better than one would have expected and definitely ups the realism past normalcy."