When Bronco (Jesse James Youngblood) pulls a pistol on Saul (Andrew Simpson) at the table, the first angle shows the gun to be an open framed Colt, but the next angle shows a closed framed Remington pistol. When he unloads the pistol it is the Remington and when he hands it to Kun Hua (Gwendoline Yeo) it a Colt. The magic pistol changes back and forth between Colt and Remington depending on the angles. See more »
[Holding a rifle and speaking in the saloon to Bill and Saul]
You boys done come to the wrong place.
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I highly recommend this movie, and as to not give anything away I won't break into details ;) so you'll have to see to find out! but the cast & crew quite honestly did a phenomenal job! excellent cinematography. there a lot of points that make this such a wonderful addition to the Western genre, I think you'll know after seeing it for yourself :] great humour and wonderful points not often reflected upon enough in the genre. It breaks into the character of people & hits on the roles different people made on with in the Old West. You see the characters come to life and experience these roles first hand, & to jump the gun,(or guns as one might note) the title isn't without meaning. A really wonderful work!
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