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The Gundown (2011)

Seeking revenge and justice, Cole Brandt finds himself in the lawless town of Dead River where he is faced with one last bloody showdown for freedom in order to protect The Majestic Saloon and a beautiful woman.

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Sarah Morgan
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Cole Brandt
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Thomas Morgan
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Travis McCain
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Lilly Morgan
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Tug O'Dell
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Dulce de la Rosa (as Veronica Diaz)
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Newman Hicks
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Kemp Reeves
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In 1889, a reclusive gun-for-hire, Cole Brandt, travels the barren Arizona desert bringing wanted fugitives to justice, dead or alive. He drifts from town to town, hunting down and seeking revenge on the men who killed his wife and child five years prior. When his travels take him to the lawless town of Dead River, he signs on to protect The Majestic Saloon, owned by Thomas Morgan and his wife, Sarah. Brandt soon meets a beautiful, innocent prostitute, Cassey May, who works at The Raven, the local brothel and hotel. Travis McCain, the owner of The Raven, is an outlaw who has taken control of Dead River, leaving the residents to live in fear of McCain and his rogue group of men. McCain soon learns about the relationship between Brandt and Cassey May, and threatens Cassey May with her life. Cassey May defies McCain, escaping The Raven, seeking protection with Sarah and Brandt at The Majestic Saloon. Brandt is then faced with the dangerous task of defending Sarah and Cassey May, with no ... Written by Anonymous

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The Day Has Come

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13 September 2011 (USA)  »

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True Gun  »

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Peter Coyote had top billing. All Coyote's scenes were done in two days. See more »

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When Travis McCain enters The Majestic Saloon at the beginning, he gives his gun up to Newman Hicks. A few seconds later, as he is walking up to Thomas Morgan's table, the gun can be seen in McCain's holster. See more »

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Typical western with poor editing.
16 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For a western its the typical bad guys tear up a town and the good guy rides in to save the day. The town seems pretty small with only about 20 people in all but they seem to keep getting bad guys to pop up from everywhere. The editing is terrible, there's parts of the film where the fight scenes speed up and skip frames. The sets are nice and really believable, the one thing that isn't believable is the female "bad girl" named lulca or something like that. She has so much plastic surgery it makes her look out of place in the movie. Her lips are swelled and to big, she constantly looks like shes frowning. All in all it was fun to watch and helped pass the time, would I watch it again? would i recommend it to anyone? probably not.


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