The Gun

  • 1978
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

Insipid film features Flores as a family man losing touch with his wife and teenage daughter. In order to protect what little he has left, he turns to a handgun. The film's smarmy attitudes suggest that this is an appropriate means of proving manhood and compensates for the inadequacies of the man's character. The film is little more than a series of cliches...read more

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GUN
17:00 — A terrifying break in prompts Roy to buy a handgun to protect his family, but the power he feels carrying the weapon leads down a path that may have t (more…)
GUN
17:00 — A terrifying break in prompts Roy to buy a handgun to protect his family, but the power he feels carrying the weapon leads down a path that may have t (more…)
Gun - Official Trailer
01:53 — In the face of rising crime rates and gun violence, the Detroit Police launches a full-scale war against gun runners. With the cooperation of the Feds (more…)
DIFF Q&A - Spencer Gills II
04:32 — Second of two Q&A reels with director Spencer Gillis on Gun while at the Dallas International Film Festival.
DIFF Q&A - Spencer Gills I
04:51 — First of two Q&A reels with director Spencer Gillis on Gun while at the Dallas International Film Festival.
Trailer
01:04 — Trailer for Gun. Roy purchases a handgun to protect his wife and newborn baby after a terrifying home invasion. The newfound sense of power Roy feels (more…)
Trailer
02:35 — The trailer for 50 Cent's Gun. In the face of rising crime rates and gun violence in Detroit, Michigan, the Detroit Metro Police Department launches a (more…)
Feature Trailer
01:56 — The feature trailer for Gun. In the face of rising crime rates and gun violence, the Detroit Police launches a full-scale war against gun runners. Wit (more…)

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  • Released: 1978
  • Rating: NR
  • Review: Insipid film features Flores as a family man losing touch with his wife and teenage daughter. In order to protect what little he has left, he turns to a handgun. The film's smarmy attitudes suggest that this is an appropriate means of proving manhood and c… (more)

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