A gun-slinging preacher returns to the debaucherous town of Playa Diablo seeking revenge from the notorious scorpion-venom drinking bandito El Sobero - lead outlaw and number one bad guy. ... See full summary »
A gun-slinging preacher returns to the debaucherous town of Playa Diablo seeking revenge from the notorious scorpion-venom drinking bandito El Sobero - lead outlaw and number one bad guy. El Sobero and his band of bad banditos are also returning to Playa Diablo seeking their own revenge against the town sheriff. With the Bounty Hunter dragging up slowly behind there is sure to be a confrontation of Biblical proportions as they all meet in the circle of death. Written by
I cant believe anyone actually took this film seriously.
After the first five minutes, i thought this was a tongue in cheek comedy. The spinal tap of westerns for example.
Based on spaghetti westerns, this is more mel brooks, then quentin tarrentino. And anyone who thinks this movie was good film making, has a very low standard for quality.
I laughed out loud, many times watching this, and I love it, because its one of the worst films I have ever seen English speaking people make.
I don't say the actors are the worst ever, because every actor from any Japanese godzilla movie, holds that honor. But my god, the acting is atrocious in gods gun, and deserves special comment. I mean Jesus Christ, this was made in 2007, and is annihilated by movies made back in the sixties.
Any so called good moments are plageristic at best. The music is almost note for note rip offs, of sergio leones great classics, just with a few changes here and there.
the script is diabolical, and may actually be the most limited and retarded garbage ever written.
But this is why I enjoyed this movie, its so bad, its good. Think trey parker and matt stone, if they tried making a serious western. yes, it would be badly made, but damn funny
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