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Gun - The Complete Six Film Anthology
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If only I got such value for money every time I spent $15!
It next belongs to the president of a country club in the Deep South. When he is bitten by a rattlesnake while on the golf course and dies, the gun is lost in the tall grass. The new president (Randy Quaid) is a philanderer who is fooling around with numerous women (Jennifer Tilly, Sean Young, Sally Kellerman, et al). His wife (Daryl Hannah) seems oblivious to all this and contents herself by cooking the favorite recipes of dead presidents. Suddenly, pieces of the gun are being received in packages addressed to all the president's lovers leading to his wife's discovery of his indicretions.
The first story is a well-crafted drama that draws the viewer in with two storylines, one following the terrorist and the other following Walter's wife Lily. The second vignette is a short story by Robert Altman, which is an imbecilic farce. It is not clear how these two short films were pasted together. I can only guess that the first story was not commercially viable due to its short length.
The acting in the first vignette was excellent. Gandolfini does his NYC working class shtick to perfection, strutting his corpulent Italian stuff around the set like a bloated stallion.Read more ›
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GUN is everything bad about American TV, all rolled up into one dreary package. Let me say, first, that If you're craving some Robert Altman, look elsewhere than here. Read morePublished 11 months ago by N. Andreassen
A wonderful series that surprised me. It was not as I expected and I
This show will ruin you for tv after you watch it. You will be pulling your hair out praying, begging for something as sublime as this to ever grace your screen again.Published on July 28, 2008 by P. C. Allen
it's amazing what used to be on TV. Had this production been circa 2005, we would only have this on HBO.
Can you imagine these stars on broadcast TV now? No way !!! Read more