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

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Saki
Shingo Tsurumi ...
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Shun Sugata
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A bumpy ride on planet Cheese!
1 August 2004 | by (Dinslaken, Germany) – See all my reviews

At first I have to admit, that I had my share of fun with 'Gun Crazy: Episode 1'. You certainly are not surprised about the fact you do not get a masterpiece of modern cinema, as the movie never pretends to be. Nevertheless the impact of wooden acting and lurid dialog is quite a blast. If you can handle this, perhaps with the help of some alcohol, switch of all higher brain activities and .... voila the raw & simple story develops a certain kind of charm. The heroine is cute and her garment plus arms look good as well. Gun battles are the movies central element and they are not something never seen before - partially even plagiarizing - , however they do not let you down. I was not bored at all and enjoyed the hour watching. Besides, the two GI's at the beginning are my favorite bad guys. Wooohah! Do I recommend 'Gun Crazy: Episode 1 - A Woman From Nowhere'?

No way, people with good taste could ruin their sensitiveness.

6/10


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