The Gunman (2004)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller


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Austin Police Detective Ben Simms searches for justice.

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4 December 2006 | mike-higgins-1
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| a Heart Wrenching movie
Man, talk about a lot of emotional stuff going on! Wow! What with all of the child predators and related things in the news today, this movie, even though it was made 4 years ago, really hits home and hits in the gut. Sean Patrick Flannery does a fine job in portraying a cop who is torn between doing his job and letting a vigilante "finish the job" plus personal problems on top of that. A little bloody for me at times but a well done indie movie. It was good to see Mimi Rogers in such a powerful role. And glad to see Joey Lauren Adams on film again. She makes it believable that her character has to overcome past problems and current anti-female cop male officers in order to prove herself capable of doing her job.

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