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Gunmen (2007)

An exciting post-apocolyptic tale of two brothers who become Gunmen... the only law in a world reverted back to the days of the wild West, built upon the ashes of a destroyed civilization. ... See full synopsis »

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Malkiya (as Matthew Jay)
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Drago
T.J. Denbleyker ...
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Len Mosco ...
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Pat O'Malley ...
Gunmen Headmaster
Tom Sellwood ...
Drago
Eve Stone ...
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An exciting post-apocolyptic tale of two brothers who become Gunmen... the only law in a world reverted back to the days of the wild West, built upon the ashes of a destroyed civilization. As the brothers get older, deep rooted conflicts finally pit them against one another.

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Live by the bullet or die by the bullet

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6 October 2007 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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Fun Film!
16 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

I saw this at a festival screening and thought it was lots of fun. The special effects were amazing for a low budget film and the acting was terrific as well. It's a story that takes place in a post world war world in which society has reverted back to a wild West with some left over machinery. Sort of like "Mad Max" but with a Western slant and not in a desert.

In the film, two brothers who are "Gunmen" are out to stop a bad guy from taking over the world. It's an action film with quite a few good surprises. I particularly liked the fact that the villain is using the essence what what makes Gunmen powerful (ie: their guns!) to stop them at their own game. (it's OK, this is not a spoiler). Much more clever than a typical " I got a bomb" or some other scenario.


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