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Gun [Import]

50 Cent , Val Kilmer , Jessy Terrero    DVD

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Terrible but not great. Acting and plot are pretty lame. Jan. 6 2011
By Tony Heck - Published on Amazon.com
Police in Detroit are looking for a stolen revolver used in a murder a few years ago. Rich (Jackson) and Angel (Kilmer) are crime partners involved with the distribution of arms. Overall better then I expected it to be, (50 Cent wrote it). We find out pretty early that Rich is the one with the revolver and from then on it gets pretty predictable. For the type of movie it is, I will give it a 6 out of 10, but don't let that deceive you, it's better then Streets of Blood (the last Jackson and Kilmer movie) but thats not saying a whole lot. If you are looking for a top notch, exciting action flic I'd go with A-Team over this one. I will say that this is Kilmer's best movie in awhile, which again isn't saying a whole lot. I give it a C+.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rated LOW because violent but actually a GREAT ACTION video April 21 2011
By TJ-STL - Published on Amazon.com
The story line is simple. They are looking for a stolen revolver used in a murder. I saw it as creating a STONE COLD KILLER looking for revenge for the killing of his wife while being forced to help the police. The main action involved a police captain forcing our "hero" to become a snitch. To do this he had to risk his life to prevent the captain from framing him sending him to jail and not being united with his daughter. There is definitely more killing than a Stallone movie but the action is exciting and I like the ending. .
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3.0 out of 5 stars NOT THAT BAD Feb. 26 2011
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
The movie was written, produced, and starred Curtis 50 cents Jackson as a Detroit gun dealer. In the first scene there is a strip joint with pole dancers who keep their clothes on. A hit is done outside the joint as Jackson kills his competition in the drug trade. The Mexican Cartels need lots of high powered guns, which Jackson claims he will provide. His connection is the pretty Annalynne McCord who also has sex with Jackson, the author of the script. Meanwhile Val Kilmer is being released from prison and goes to work for Jackson, a man who he once saved in a street shoot out. Danny Trejo is on the screen for about 3 minutes, nothing to write home about.

The cops along with their rival, the ATF are after the gun dealers. Their role was done rather poorly while the thugs was done well, a reflection of what 50 cents really knows well. Hip-hop background music, no surprise. No nudity, quick sex scene, multiple MF and F bombs.
2.0 out of 5 stars If you don't care about a story... Dec 1 2013
By Denise J. Murray - Published on Amazon.com
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Pure gratuitous violence, language, really not much of a plot. Just seemed to be a vehicle for blood and revenge. No redemptive qualities at all.
5.0 out of 5 stars 50 Cent scores with this one March 2 2013
By Soul's Ladybug - Published on Amazon.com
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Another action packed well worth seeing movie with 50 Cent he's in his own element!! Not a lot of acting his just being himself!!!

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