Guns is a gritty and dramatic mini-series that tells the story of four families caught up in illegal gun trafficking and the ripple effect this has on their lives. This is the story of ...
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Guns is a gritty and dramatic mini-series that tells the story of four families caught up in illegal gun trafficking and the ripple effect this has on their lives. This is the story of those who traffic guns, the cops who try to catch them and the innocent people who get caught in the crossfire.Written by
I have just watched part 1 and 2 of "Guns" mini TV-series and I thought it was fantastic. It will be a lot like previous homicide cop shows that have been made about N.Y. and L.A. but this one takes place in my hometown of Toronto which is what really attracted me to it. As far as global success it offers nothing new but for Canadian viewers it was very entertaining.
It had the right amount of conflict, violence, drama, and even some small comedic lines splattered across. This will be a shame if it is not picked up for at least 1 season to see where the writer goes with it. Because only through pain does one become stronger and that is what Bobby feels in the end of this series.
Guns have been a serious problem in our city, its nothing new but it is something that needs to be pointed out and this show although completely fictional it does help portray some of the violence that we have experienced in the past and even more so recently. I see a potential if some clichés are wiped out and if some story plots are intertwined a bit more and tighter, overall though I see a future if given a chance and they put forth the hard work.
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