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A wild teen helps her convict pen pal get out and find a job, but they wind up as lovers on the run.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Drew Barrymore, James Le Gros, Robert Greenberg, Rodney Harvey, Jeremy Davies
  • Directors: Tamra Davis
  • Writers: Matthew Bright
  • Producers: Alison Stone, Diane Firestone, Mark Yellen, Zane W. Levitt
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Alchemy / Millennium
  • DVD Release Date: May 25, 2004
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001US7UY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,913 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Guncrazy" on IMDb

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I enjoyed this movie and the Darkness it has.Drew Barrymore does a great job in this film,It is one of her best earlier acting roles.There are some great moments,it is seems more like an indie film and the director tried different things,some work some don't but still a good film in all.
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By cristina on April 12, 2014
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I bought this dvd cause I remember seeing it a couple of years ago, and I had to google it to try to find out the name of the movie. DVD was good, played well. I remember I like it when I first watch the movie, but now it didn't keep my attention.
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By A Customer on June 4, 1999
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This is a gem of a movie with a great performance from Drew Barrymore. It was another one of her comeback movies, filmed after "Poison Ivy". The story revolves around a teenager ( Barrymore ) who has been abused all her life. She becomes pen pals with a convict ( James LeGros ), who is guncrazed. To impress him she takes up shooting guns. With this new found power in her hands she shoots one of her abusers. When LeGros finally gets out, they bury the body and wind up killing two more people. They are then on the run from the cops. A must see for any Drew fan.
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I am always excited to see the darkness of cinema's past, but continually happy with its progress and evolution over the years. If the genre displayed in Guncrazy would have remained throughout the cinematic years, I think I would have had to choose a different hobby other than film. Here we have a very gritty, very disturbing film, which just never seems to leave the hangar. I continually felt that Guncrazy was this grounded plane never geared for takeoff, which was disappointing because several times it seemed as if it was ready for lift-off. Director Tamra Davis has her work cut out for her on this picture. It surprised me that the woman who brought us Billy Madison, Half-Baked, and Crossroads would dare dabble in a project like this ... yet she did, and I don't think that she succeeded. Matthew Bright, the guy who brought us Freeway, has a very crafted story, but I believe that it is Davis' direction, coupled with disappointing acting that ultimately destroys this film.

Think about this for a minute. When you are directing a film of this caliber, you as a director need to realize that it is more than just a story about sexual teens and violence, but instead a haunting image of our world, culture, and society. As I watched this film, I couldn't help but see (and sometimes hear) Bright's angst-ridden voice about our society trying to come through, but it felt that Davis was pushing that aside in hopes to give Drew more screen time. We kept scratching on the surface of guns and violence, but never quite dug deep enough. There was so much that should have happened with this story, that Bright's words were completely ignored and left for Davis to butcher.
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So what is this movie? A film noir homage(a la "Gun Crazy")? A Bonnie and Clyde homage? A Lifetime movie-of-the-week? Or is it just plain trash that falls just short of classic status. Drew Barrymore and James LeGros earnestly play the trailer park trash nymphette and her prison pen pal turned partner in crime, respectively. The movie engages your attention throughout. What it lacks are those over-the-top moments that a movie like this needs to attain that midnight movie trash classic status. There is some interesting casting here. Billy Drago (he played Frank Nitti in "The Untouchables") as the trailer-park preacher. Tracey Walter, veteran of Jonathan Demme films, appears here as a barroom patron. Joe D'Allesandro, veteran of Andy Warhol films and the Sonny Steelgrave segment of TV's "Wiseguy", appears as Barrymore's mother's boyfriend.
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"Guncrazy" is a mediocre movie at best, unfortunately. However, if you want to see a 17-year old Drew in (yet again) sexual situations (none of which are good), then this is the movie for you. It combines the "I married an ex-con", "I like guns", and "I'm a sexually troubled girl" plots into yet another movie.

Directed by Tamra Davis, who made at least one pretty good movie ("Skipped Parts"), she is not totally without talent. The movie was written by Matthew Bright, who wrote "Freeway" a few years earlier, so he has talent as well. Included are Drew Barrymore, Ione Skye and a couple other notable names, however, they display no real talents here.

I guess the dialog is the weakest link. Some of it just sounds bad or out of place.

There are no extra features. You could do worse, but not by much.
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When i first saw this film i could not belive that Drew Barrymore was capable of true acting talent. Most of the films she has done to this day are about aldolescent subjects. Here she plays with more conviction being an abused girl who falls for the wrong guy and end up on the wrong side of the law. Some tense moments and overall a well done film.
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When i first saw this film i could not belive that Drew Barrymore was capable of true acting talent. Most of the films she has done to this day are about aldolescent subjects. Here she plays with more conviction being an abused girl who falls for the wrong guy and end up on the wrong side of the law. Some tense moments and overall a well done film.
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