This action movie requires no brain activity at all...
I found this movie on Amazon in one of my continuously ongoing quests for finding Asian movies that I don't have in my collection. I wasn't initially expecting too much from "Gun Crazy: A Woman from Nowhere", so there wasn't much to live up to from the movie.
And now having seen the movie, I can say that this is indeed an action movie, and nothing else. The story in the movie was so weak and thin that it was more transparent than air. This is basically about a woman who comes to a small military base where corrupt people control everywhere, and she must clear out the 'trash' and seek the revenge on the leader here because he wronged her when she was a young girl.
Yeah, that is it. Then it is all action, fighting and guns shooting for the rest of the money. Oh, and I almost forgot about the hidden rocket launcher inside a prosthetic leg. Yeah, one of those in the movie too! Forget about acting, because there is very little of it in the movie, but then again, the action and shooting does make up for that and make up for the lack of a properly coherent story. And the dialogue, well, let's just say they tried to put in some - let's leave it at that.
One of the most memorable parts of the movie were the Westerners at the military base. Let's put foreigners in a Japanese movie, and have them come off a cocky, arrogant people lacking intelligence.
"Gun Crazy: A Woman from Nowhere" is a movie where you just sit back and disconnects your brain entirely, just watching the shooting and action unfold on the screen. The movie requires absolutely nothing from your mental capabilities. And it is actually an enjoyable enough result, and I have orders more movies from the series.
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