Gun the Man Down

Gun the Man Down

An outlaw is left for dead by his gang after being shot. A year later, he is released from jail with one thing on his mind: Revenge.

Three outlaw buddies rob a bank, but one of them is wounded. His two partners and his girlfriend take his share of the loot and run off, leaving him to be captured by the sheriff. Years ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael B (mx) wrote: Paranormal Activity 2 Tokyo Night was a good attempt by Japanese film makers to capitalize on the release of Paranormal Activity. Personally this movie doesn't deserve a rating of more than 3, however the scariest part of the movie was at the end when the main character is possessed. Since she has broken legs she has to woddle to the other room where her brother is to stare him down for two hours. Overall it was a good attempt at a spin-off. If your wondering if its the same demon from PA you guessed right.

Jessica J (de) wrote: one of the best sports movies out there!

Russell S (br) wrote: Lacking most of the original cast and any sincere attempt at anything like a good story, this movie is a cynical joyless affair with a terrible script that really ends the franchise on a duff note. One or two clever special effects moments do little to push me farther than giving this movie one star.

Scottie C (jp) wrote: Love the fact that its men playing women, not me playing drag. Really cool .

Bill M (jp) wrote: WYHIWYG. Good thing it's perfect.

Dave J (de) wrote: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 (1954) Drum Beat WESTERN/ HISTORICAL Written and directed by Delmer Daves providing a serious look on the peace treaty between the Yankees representing the settlers and Kintpuash(Charles Bronson representing his tribe of Native Americans. Johnny MacKay (Alan Ladd) is appointed to do the job with Kintpuash making things difficult since he prefers to solve conflicts by using violent means. Not very enjoyable western Americana. 2 out of 4 stars

Antti Q (it) wrote: "I would like people to remember me like I was in the photos" ends the intriguing documentary of the life of Bettie Mae Page, the cult icon. From one of the men's most wanted pin-up/erotic/fetish model of the 50s to one of the most influencing characters to many young women of today, most of us have seen her but none of us knew who she was. We get an interesting peek into her turbulent life while listening her interview recorded before her death in 2008.

Ryan S (jp) wrote: I felt so close to these characters I wished there was a whole tv series of this to watch after I was done.

Mats V (ag) wrote: Just full of amazing quotes. And a great example of the "How many bodybuilders to you need to change a light bulb?" joke. Also worthy of note Arnold was a year younger when this was filmed than I am now.

Panos Y (jp) wrote: 6.5/10 A big effort with sweet results, but it will not please everybody.Quite good nevertheless.

Paul P (au) wrote: Engaging and well played, ultimately it is the weak story that prevents this film from living up to its potential. At first the story is quite interesting and the confined space in which the story plays out makes this quite intriguing. Unfortunately the story becomes quite conventional and predictable which is a shame and all of the tension built up in the first half disappears.Its a real shame. That being said, the cast are great and the visuals help to keep things interesting.