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Gun Crazy: Episode 1 - A Woman from Nowhere (2002)

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Credited cast:
Ryôko Yonekura ...
Shingo Tsurumi ...
Mr. Tojo
Takeshi Yamato
Shun Sugata
Takashi Ukaji
Sam Rivera
Lana Lesley ...
Saki (voice)
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Mary J. Baird ...
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Lance Bowlter ...
Sawashira (voice)
Jeremy Carpenter ...
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Regi Crosby ...
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Jim Damm ...
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Ellot Haynes ...
Nishi (voice)
Michael Hoffer ...
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Samantha Inoue Harte ...
Hooker in Red Dress (voice)


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Better than the "Zero Woman" films
21 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

"Gun Crazy: A Woman From Nowhere" is a Japanese female action film along the lines of the "Zero Woman" series, only considerably better. It is just as violent (which means VERY violent), less sleazy, and more action-packed, fast-moving and stylishly-executed. It's still a low-budget shot-on-video film, so don't expect anything flawless (for one thing, a lot of the characters sure could use a little more shooting practice), but it does not lack ambition (there are strong music and plot homages to Sergio Leone's westerns). Ryoko Yonekura is an impressive heroine (and probably one of the most beautiful women in the world - there is also a bad girl who is a stunner herself), and "Mr. Tojo" is a cruel, sadistic and smart villain. Worth getting if you like this kind of stuff. **1/2 out of 4.

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