What do you get when you take a gunslinger from a Western movie and plunk him down in a little Canadian town that's unused to folks like him? In the case of "Gunless" you get a sweet, charming, gentle comedy. Paul Gross is a wonderful, charismatic actor and a masterful light comedian and the film makes full use of his talents. He's terrific as the American gunslinger trying to live by the code of the west despite his new neighbors' peace-loving ways. And any fan of "Due South" will be thrilled to see Paul again share the screen with Callum Keith Rennie. If you prefer your comedies over-the-top, this may not be the movie for you. But if you appreciate quieter situational humor along the lines of "Local Hero", then you'll love "Gunless".