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GUN WOMAN follows a Japanese doctor who vows revenge on a crazy sadistic killer after the man murdered his loving wife. Despite the maximum security that surrounds this billionaire, the doctor finds a perfect assassination plan when he turns a young Japanese woman into the most lethal assassin the world has ever seen. This outrageous plan -- his only chance for revenge -- will happen at an underground facility where the killer goes to fulfill his sexual fetishes. On the night before the plan is to be executed, the woman assassin is "completed" by the doctor... She is now, GUN WOMAN.Written by
At the very end, you see her open her mouth to reveal a 14th bullet, then a flashback to the Doctor putting it in her mouth with his. However, when she first wakes up from her "death" she gasps for air and her mouth is wide open. If there was a bullet in her mouth she would have choked on it. Of course, she could have taken one from the clip of the first guy she killed, but you don't see that, and there would be no reason for the flashback. See more »
After the ending credits there is a scene followed by the statement "GUN WOMAN WILL RETURN". See more »
The UK DVD release is cut by 5 seconds to remove focus on a man's pleasure in the context of sexual violence. See more »
Average Movie - A look into how the movie is and what to expect
(This review doesn't summarize plot it is not what it is aimed at)
The movie doesn't feel like a 2014 movie but rather more of an early 2000's or late 90's.
The way the camera is used specially gives that feeling, the image just doesn't have that crisp quality and some shots are a bit pointless. The sound was bad at intervals, switching from scene to scene sometimes it was fine and sometimes it felt like it was recorded on a phone. Soundtrack further gives it that feeling out an old movie. Acting was average most times dialogue felt very stiff and with little to no presence this mainly applies to the side characters. Main characters were better acted specially "Gun Woman" she did a respectable job for the role.
As to the movie, its a bit all over the place its build up its going to be a little slow for some people, fight scenes are not 'that' great but perhaps take a more real approach that others movies exaggerate by adding over the top stunts and moves (so basically don't expect fight scenes like "The raid redemption" type). As to the goriness of the movie, yes there is a certain degree of it mixed in with a fair amount of nudity so if this is something which bothers you, maybe move onto another movie.
The movie gets more exiting after the first half but you will feel there is not enough character development for everyone except for 'Gun Woman' which we get told a little bit of her life but otherwise the detail provided feels minimal and you won't find yourself too attached to the characters.
Overall camera work is old fashioned, sound is average, characters are average, acting is on the low side on most characters and story itself is not bad just wished there was more depth to it.
So I think a 5/10 is a good score for this movie though i struggle at times to keep myself from watching something else i still found parts of it entertaining.
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