Catch the Bullet Review

April 15, 2023
David Sunnyside

catch the bullet review

American Marshal Britt MacMasters (Jay Pickett) returns from a mission to find his father wounded and his son kidnapped by an outlaw who’s hot on their trail. Britt forms a posse with a gunslinging deputy and a stoic Pawnee tracker, but they tread dangerously close to the Red Desert’s Sioux territory that poses a menace far greater than either can imagine.

Catch the Bullet Rides onto Blu-ray presented with a bland 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio, though it does include a basic DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track that doesn’t provide much depth when characters are “riding” through scenes or just lying around with nature using the rear channels, along with a generic western score that could’ve been done better by a more experienced composer.

The movie also features an impressive cast that includes Peter Facinelli, Cody Jones, Callder Griffith, Tucson Vernon Walker, Rick Moffatt and Ardeshir Radpour, among others. The film is directed by Michael Feifer, who has previously helmed films such as Shooting Star and The Desperate Riders.

It’s a pretty basic plot that doesn’t have a lot of flair or any interesting surprises in it. It’s a total waste of time and I would highly recommend trying to find something else to watch instead.

If you’re looking for something with a bit more spice, I would recommend Bullet Train, which is the same concept as this one but also uses a lot more violence and swearing. It’s also more cinematographically empty than this one and has a few redeeming qualities within its runtime.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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