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14 December 2019 10:32

6 Underground isn't the kind of movie you watch for the story anyway.

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Cookies help us deliver our Services. By using our Services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn More The ending of 6 Underground explained Ryan Reynolds was right: 6 Underground is the most Michael Bay movie ever. It features multiple explosions, more car crashes than you can count, a body count in the double digits, a detached human eye, profane nuns, and a man running down the side of the Duomo in Florence (filmed on location, of course) — and that's just the opening 20 minutes. With all that action, there's barely any room for a plot, much less a satisfying ending.

The ending of 6 Underground explained

And yet, somehow, 6 Underground has one anyway. By the end of 6 Underground, almost all of the characters have gone through complete arcs, the themes have been clearly stated and explored, and the pipe has been laid for the inevitable sequel. You were probably just too busy watching things blow up to notice. That's okay. 6 Underground isn't the kind of movie you watch for the story anyway. Still, if you made it to the end of Bay's latest blockbuster — and given the spoilers coming up, you should watch the movie first — and thought "Wait, what's going on?," here's everything you missed.

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