Ryan Reynolds' new Netflix movie '6 Underground' opens with a 20 minute-long car chase

Ryan Reynolds' new Netflix movie '6 Underground' opens with a 20 minute-long car chase

Ryan Reynolds' new movie, 6 Underground, opens with a thrilling 20-minute long car chase.

Directed by Michael Bay, one of the world's biggest names in the action movie department, it's brimming with wall-to-wall action and noise, with the Transformers and Bad Boys director opening the flick with a 20-minute long car chase. It doesn't get more thrilling than that.

If you haven't seen it yet, this is the final trailer for 6 Underground: 

However, Bay wasn't the only brilliant mind behind the movie, Deadpool writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese also got involved to create what's been described as "a high testosterone mission movie" as well as acting superstar Ryan Reynolds.

With a $150 million (£115m) budget, no expense was spared in creating truly eye-popping action scenes.

After the Netflix movie's release on December 13, people immediately took to social media to praise its opening scene.

Other stars in the movie include Good Omens actor Adria Arjona, Inglourious Basterds star Mélanie Laurent, If Beale Street Could Talk actor Dave Franco, BlacKkKlansman's Corey Hawkins and more.

The movie's official synopsis reads: "What's the best part of being dead? It isn't escaping your boss, your ex, or even erasing your criminal record.

"The best part about being dead... is the freedom. The freedom to fight the injustice and evil that lurk in our world without anyone or anything to slow you down or tell you 'no'."

Ryan Reynolds acting. Credit: Netflix

The synopsis continued: "6 Underground introduces a new kind of action hero. Six individuals from all around the globe, each the very best at what they do, have been chosen not only for their skill, but for a unique desire to delete their pasts to change the future.

"The team is brought together by an enigmatic leader (Reynolds), whose sole mission in life is to ensure that, while he and his fellow operatives will never be remembered, their actions damn sure will."

In short, Reynolds springs to the aid of vigilantes who fake their own deaths to take down a number of notorious criminals. Now, I don't know about you, but to me, this sounds like a pretty thrilling movie!