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  • Actors: Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson, Val Kilmer, AnnaLynne McCord, James Renmar, Danny Trejo
  • Directors: Jessy Terrero
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: January 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0046JLTMY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,553 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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    In the face of rising crime rates and gun violence, the Detroit Police launches a full-scale war against gun runners. With the cooperation of the Feds they target a criminal named Rich (Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson) and his arms operation. When a gun exchange goes bad and Rich’s old friend Angel (Val Kilmer), steps up big time and saves his life, they form a bond that makes his supplier and lover, Gabriella (AnnaLynne McCord) paranoid. But there is a snitch in the group and Gabriella’s biggest deal goes bad only to have an even bigger secret revealed, one that rocks Rich to his core.

    Customer Reviews

    I know it was a bad explaination of the plot but but it's not a good movie.
    J. Paul
    I doubt that this film will come close to Oscar consideration but it does offer a solid story, entertainment for fans of the genre and some good performances.
    Mark Turner
    It had potential to be a good movie if they would have let the story develop and not rush into all the action.
    Jason A. Cleveland

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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tony Heck on January 6, 2011
    Format: DVD
    Police in Detroit are looking for a stolen revolver used in a murder a few years ago. Rich (Jackson) and Angel (Kilmer) are crime partners involved with the distribution of arms. Overall better then I expected it to be, (50 Cent wrote it). We find out pretty early that Rich is the one with the revolver and from then on it gets pretty predictable. For the type of movie it is, I will give it a 6 out of 10, but don't let that deceive you, it's better then Streets of Blood (the last Jackson and Kilmer movie) but thats not saying a whole lot. If you are looking for a top notch, exciting action flic I'd go with A-Team over this one. I will say that this is Kilmer's best movie in awhile, which again isn't saying a whole lot. I give it a C+.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TJ-STL on April 21, 2011
    Format: DVD
    The story line is simple. They are looking for a stolen revolver used in a murder. I saw it as creating a STONE COLD KILLER looking for revenge for the killing of his wife while being forced to help the police. The main action involved a police captain forcing our "hero" to become a snitch. To do this he had to risk his life to prevent the captain from framing him sending him to jail and not being united with his daughter. There is definitely more killing than a Stallone movie but the action is exciting and I like the ending. .
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on February 26, 2011
    Format: DVD
    The movie was written, produced, and starred Curtis 50 cents Jackson as a Detroit gun dealer. In the first scene there is a strip joint with pole dancers who keep their clothes on. A hit is done outside the joint as Jackson kills his competition in the drug trade. The Mexican Cartels need lots of high powered guns, which Jackson claims he will provide. His connection is the pretty Annalynne McCord who also has sex with Jackson, the author of the script. Meanwhile Val Kilmer is being released from prison and goes to work for Jackson, a man who he once saved in a street shoot out. Danny Trejo is on the screen for about 3 minutes, nothing to write home about.

    The cops along with their rival, the ATF are after the gun dealers. Their role was done rather poorly while the thugs was done well, a reflection of what 50 cents really knows well. Hip-hop background music, no surprise. No nudity, quick sex scene, multiple MF and F bombs.
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    Format: DVD
    'Gun,' which was written by Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson and directed by the guy who did 'Soul Plane' (need I say more?), tells the story the city of Detroit's crackdown on a gun-running organization run by the criminal Rich (Fitty Cent). Rich then teams up with his friend Angel (Val Kilmer) to expand business. This leads to even more problems beyond his business. . .

    First things first, most people will be drawn to this film based on the supporting cast. While Val Kilmer is on a serious run of crap movies (joining the ranks of formerly talented stars like Cuba Gooding, Jr.), he still maintains at least a mild following, even if his last solid flick was 'Déjà Vu' a half-decade ago (okay, 'Felon' was also pretty good, so I'll let that pass as well). Alongside Kilmer, 'Gun' also includes a few other well known actors like John Larroquette, James Remar, & Danny Trejo (though Remar is the only one of the bunch who is featured enough throughout). Regardless of the reasonably notable cast, 'Gun' doesn't have a lot to offer. Now, it's not the total disaster that one would expect from the writer/director combination. Keep in mind, 50 Cent grew up in a life of crime with a teenage coke dealer for a mother (who was murdered when 50 was only twelve), and his own time as a dealer in both guns & drugs before he became a rapper. Therefore, he's pretty well versed in street crime, so he knows how to set up a realistic story about it. Unfortunately, even though the story does have the gritty realism of the Detroit crime world. . . it's just not implemented well by director Jessy Terrero at all. Not to mention that the overall story is completely overdone and the "twists" are anything but shocking from the early parts of the film.
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    Format: Blu-ray
    From the director of "Soul Plane" Jessy Terrero and the hip hop star Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson comes "GUN", a 2010 independent film which showcases 50 Cent not only as an actor but the main screenwriter for the film.

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    "GUN" is presented in 1080p High Definition (Widescreen 2:35:1). I wish there was special features included because the picture quality has this look of overcast (it was shot during the Winter time) and looks a bit desaturated at times. But for the most part, it fits with the film. Black levels are deep, I didn't see any artifacting or banding. But overall, if the desaturated look was intended by cinematographer Zeus Morand, then I can say that "GUN" looks good on Blu-ray.

    Considering this is a low-budget film, "GUN" looks good on Blu-ray.

    AUDIO & SUBTITLES:

    "GUN" sports an English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack. While the majority of the film is dialogue and music-driven through the center, front and even surround channels, possibly the best part is how the gun battles were used. Although the film is not action-driven throughout the film, there are scenes were rifle shots, gun shots come out with excellent clarity. Even scenes where Fifty Cent keeps hitting a man between legs with a baseball bat, the crunching sounds and the visual of that scene literally makes you cringe.

    Subtitles are presented in English SDH and Spanish.

    SPECIAL FEATURES:

    "GUN" does not come with any special features.

    JUDGMENT CALL:

    Hip hop star 50 Cent makes his debut as a screenwriter for his latest film "GUN", which he produced and stars in.
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