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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Meaningful Plot + Childish acting + Shooting scenes like bad jokes = Waste of my 5 dollars. Sept. 12 2010
By Cestmoi - Published on
Format: DVD
I just rented this yesterday. The plot has some meaningful and touching moments. For example, the scene where the old cowboy struggled to get over with the loss of his wife. Another one was when he found one of his friends was fatally shot.

The acting of all characters was childish. The shooting scenes were like bad jokes One of my family member said: "It's like a comedy". Yes, it's a boring and bad comedy.

In short, it's a waste of my 5 dollars.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
sixgun Aug. 27 2010
By Stephen C. Carroll - Published on
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excellant show of the old west not as good as deadwood but 1/2 as good
Sophomoric May 7 2013
By Bob King - Published on
Format: DVD
Found myself rolling through the channels at 1AM again last night and ran across Six Gun. It was done in 2010, so I thought, Oh boy, a contemporary treatment of the old genre. I should have kept on clicking.

Oh, the movie had it's interesting points, if you count a pedophilic villain as a redeeming social quality, but the rest of this Indie attempt was purely stinkeroo, buckaroo. The photography was OK, actually good in certain spots, but the editing sucked the success out of it. The writing was straight out of the eighth grade, I presume to match the level of the acting. There wasn't an actor you'd recognize in the entire project. I'm surprised they put the names on the credits to protect the guilty.

But wait, there's more.

For openers, the viewer should not be challenged with deciding whether or not a movie is a drama or a comedy. This one was neither. For instance, the bad guy, a skinny, thin-lipped, town-owner, crook type, and the pedophile we discussed earlier, gets some information from a citizen concerning the whereabouts of some people for whom he is looking. The man asks for a reward and the bad man turns to his lieutenant, a bearded behemoth Mongo type named (what else?), Bear, and says, "Take care of him."

You can imagine what happened next. It's the same thing that happened in the past season of Justified when Boyd told his goon, Colt, to take care of an informant. What you heard next in that professionally written series was an ear-splitting BLAM as Colt iced the guy off-screen with a Colt .45 automatic. Boyd came out and looked in horror and explained that he wanted Colt to pay the man , not shoot the man, and that in the future he should be more complete with his instructions. You had to be there. Timing is everything.

Not so in Six Gun. What you hear, and in a horribly timed sequence at that, is a whimpy little bang off screen, with the same clarification and admonition from Mr. Thin Lips. It can't be comedy if the timing is off.

Which brings up another point. The pyrotechnics and stunts in the film must have handled by Mattel. The gun fights sounded as if they were being waged with cap pistols.

Furthermore, the stunts must have been done by the "actors" themselves, and none of them had ever been on an actual horse. I only saw one scene where the horses broke a canter, and that includes the scene where the boss man implores his evil minions to hie themselves to the camp of the men who had just stolen his money. The scene shows men running to their mounts, the next, men mounted, and the next, men barely trotting off in pursuit. Some hieing. Some galloping. Pathetic. Just pathetic. Even the posse walks out of town after the bad guys.

I made it through about 30 minutes or so before finally having enough.

Unlike the last time I couldn't sleep and kept watching a bad movie, this time I turned off the set and tossed and turned for another hour. It's not a testimonial to say that a movie is worse than insomnia.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Down Home Western, Tommy Hill is a great unsung actor! Jan. 13 2013
By Brian Cummings - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Down Home Western, Tommy Hill is a great unsung actor! I would hope that this film would have had more promotion because it is a good one.
dont be nice Dec 19 2012
By dn6944 - Published on
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i was just being nice by saying the movie was ok and seeing that i have to make it so long this will be the only one i rate have a nice day

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