Bullitt County (2018) - Action, Drama, Thriller

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An action/thriller set in 1977 about four friends who reunite for a bachelor party to hunt for buried Prohibition money on Kentucky's Bluegrass Bourbon Trail, only to become ripped apart by greed, corruption, and murder.

IMDB: 4.9
Director: David McCracken
Stars: Mike C. Nelson, Jenni Melear
Length: 98 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 8 out of 36 found boring (22.22%)

One-line Reviews (17)

It was painfully slow and meaningless.

It turned out to be a boring, chaotic movie with bad actors.

They are believable, interesting, compelling, and their relationship to each other is authentic.

The filmmakers set out to create one of the worst movies ever made, and succeeded beyond their wildest expectations.

The movie starts slow, and I mean real sloooow.

A Stunning Piece of Indie Filmmaking .

Nelson , Jenni Melear , David McCracken , Napoleon Ryan with mccracken as director makes this a stunning and gobsmacking experience in the couch.

The flashbacks were more confusing than helpful.

The movie kept me on the edge of my seat and I loved the ending!

It's not a great movie, but it is a fun, entertaining, and trope filled Indie movie.

It's a really slow exercise, for one thing - it takes about 40% of the movie before the characters truly find themselves in big trouble.

Whoever read the script and decided it'd be worth financing should be dragged out into the (faux) Kentucky woods and left there.

This was one of the worst movies that I have ever watched.

One of the worst movies I have ever seen.

The twist and turns were really fun and kept me and my wife on the edge of our seats.

Pretentious and annoying indie thriller .

Up to that point - and for much of the remaining running time after that point - the movie is jam-packed with characters spouting endless pretentious dialogue that sounds nothing like what people would say, even in the movie's 1970s setting.