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I'll Be The Shooter
Performed by 50 Cent / Lloyd Banks / Tony Yayo
Produced by Kyeme Miller
50 Cent Music Publishing. Lloyd Banks Music Publishing. Tony Yayo Music Publishing
Publishing admin by Universal Music See more »
What kind of alien is wearing Val Kilmer!? A not acting one, that's what kind.
Wow, what is up with Val Kilmer? His performance is as dead as they come. I mean, he's supposed to be the best actor in this movie, right? ..and he is by far the worst.
Val Kilmer is totally lifeless, it's like an alien is using his body as a suit. An alien with no acting skills.
Val Kilmer acts like this is the first time he acts. Like he's to shy to open his mouth.
Val Kilmers performance is so flat that the corpses in this movie has more charisma.
Val Kilmers face is so wide, that I had to connect two screens side- by-side to see his whole face in one shot.
Val Kilmer's face is so wide, it's like he Stewies father.
OK, enough of that. But he totally sucks here.
50 Cent on the other hand, is pretty good in this,. I mean he actually acts, you know. He's pretty believable too.
This is a short, straight forward movie. Some acting here and there, shooting, some violence, it's alright.
The movie is called Gun, and it does have a lot to do with guns. Looks like they have real guns here. Not a lot of cg muzzle flashes. Also, they use squibs it seems. That's nice. In a movie about guns, titled gun, the gun-stuff should be good, and it is.
With that said, this is not a movie you'll remember forever, perhaps except Val Kilmers wide, uninterested face. It does not stand out in any way, but it's not horrible.
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