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6 Guns 2010 NR CC

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A young woman enlists the aid of a bounty hunter to teach her to be a gunfighter so she can hunt down the men who killed her family.

Starring:
Barry Van Dyke, Sage Mears
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Genres Western
Director Shane Van Dyke
Starring Barry Van Dyke, Sage Mears
Supporting actors Greg Evigan, Brian Wimmer, Geoff Meed, Shane Van Dyke, Carey Van Dyke, Jason Ellefson, Jonathan Nation, Erin Marie Hogan, Peter Sherayko, Anya Benton, Valerie K. Garcia, Kenny A. Remmel, Riley Polanski, Becky Byrum, Don Harrington, Rick Groat, 'Snake Dancer' Tom Troutman, Cathi Harrington
Studio Lantern Lane Entertainment LTD.
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By H. Perry Horton on March 1, 2011
Format: DVD
6 Guns is the first out-and-out western by The Asylum, and as straight-to-DVD films of such a genre go, it's a success.

The story, written by Geoff Meed (Universal Soldiers, I Am Omega), concerns a family of homesteaders - Pa, Ma and two boys - whose domestic bliss is shattered by a pack of vigilantes come to enact vengeance for the death of their leader(also Geoff Meed)'s father, killed by Pa back when he was a quick-drawing lawman. Long story short, the men folk are killed and Ma is assaulted multiple times and left for dead. Big mistake.

At this point the film becomes a kind of feminist take on the Randolph Scott/Budd Boetticher revenge classic 7 Men From Now, here with Sage Mears as the wife substituting for Randolph Scott's grieving widower, seeking to enact a vengeance of her own.

(This follows an extended dance between Wifey and the bottle that at last comes to an end when she meets Bounty Hunter Extraordinaire Barry Van Dyke, who she asks to take shootin' lessons from, the training she needs for the recently-mentioned mission of vengeance. This is a pretty big plot point to be a parenthetical, I know, but this is how things got structured in my head, so here we are.)

Said training is finished just in time, fortunately enough, for the murderous vigilantes' return to town. From here there be spoilers, so let's just leave it at, the third act is the best, bringing to fruition all the lingering questions of character raised in the films 1st 2 3rds. One leaves the film fulfilled, if not a little uneasily hopeful, which I suspect was Meed's intention. Real nice resolution, and just a fine tale all around, well-executed.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By guestar57 on March 20, 2010
Format: DVD
Starring: Barry Van Dyke,Greg Evigan and Brian Wimmer.
Written By : Geoff Meed and Directed By : Shane Van Dyke.
This western movie dvd was really good,Lots of gunplay and characters stayed true to themselves.
A great cast with some surprises from new comers - Carey Van Dyke( redeemed gunslinger) and Erin Marie Hogan( Boss Saloon Girl).
Barry Van Dyke finally got a role that befits all he exudes in persona.
Sage Mears brings all the female hutzpah (google it) not seen in `True Grit' or `High Noon'.
Geoff Meed wrote himself a villian in all classical senses ,Almost `A-Picture' level !
The music was amazing...Need to mention.
One last thought: Anya Benton ALMOST stole the movie in a scene that would take a " Spoiler Alert" to post.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Belajonas on December 31, 2012
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My Dad went crazy trying to find this movie..... Amazon has it all!
Oldie but Goodie and now have a very happy Daddy :)
Shipping was fast!
Would recommend
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pencil Pusher on August 16, 2012
Format: DVD
This is a great movie because it is so simple, a simple movie about a simple time where violent things could happen when one was near enough to a rough town. The West in general was not as violent as we now think. The more critically negative reviews of this movie make no sense to me. Though, if you look hard enough, there are similarities, in general, Barry and Dick Van Dyke look nothing alike. Other than sharing a general (but not specific) plot with a third of the Westerns ever filmed, this film and True Grit are not the same story. Some reviewers and wannabes just have to find something to say, and think there have to be negatives or they aren't needed. It is a job justification thing. My daughter and I (both writers and artists) generally ignore negative reviews. The theory is that positive ones are inspired, so must be based in truth, but negative ones are due to the reviewer trying to find the negative, whether there or not. Our favorite saying on the whole genre is: "Those who can do, those who can't review."
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kristen on March 15, 2010
Format: DVD
Just saw it, and WOW... was that seriously an Asylum film??? IT WAS SIIIICK! I loved it!
Great script, acting, set, EVERYTHING!!!!!!!! Make more movies like this, Asylum!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D Sapp on October 8, 2013
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the first half reminds me of Hannie Caulder.... the second half the female victim's determination just possesses her, and she gets the justice (maybe even vengance) that any human would need in her situation.

The acting in the first half of the movie seems a bit ametuerish, but for some reason, once the bad guys come back to town, this movie just gets right with itself... pretty darn good, if you ask me. Definately one of my favorite female gunslinger movies.

Nothing over the top, just realistic gun play and believable scenarios.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H-G.N. on August 12, 2012
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A must see movie for people, who like dramatic and cruel scenes in a good western flick ---
I myself like the western movies from the '50 and '60, but this one from the newer era isn't bad at all.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rick on February 6, 2013
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A great surprise. Very tightly written, acted, directed and filmed. Lots of subtle touches to make it realistic such as Selina's changing heft of the 6 gun as she learns. First heavy, then more controlled, concentrate on the front sight. Use of the old sets were perfect and again added realism. Costumes were perfect. The tension didn't let up. Good guys were good (Frank and Selina), bad guys were very bad (Lee Horn and crew). Hoping a sequel will take us along with Selina. I've seen many westerns, this one holds up very well.
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