Release Date: 
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
On Blu-Ray: 
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Running Time: 
82 mins

Ugh…I remember a time when Val Kilmer was in good films. Now he’s starring opposite 50 Cent in a film called Gun? What the heck happened? Not just to Kilmer…but also to 50 Cent’s eyes? I could be wrong, but he looks like he’s wearing some slightly freaky contacts the entire movie. Sadly, the best part of Gun is the title sequence/credit montage that shows guns being “locked and loaded” (as the kids say), along with their safeties being turned off. Beyond that, there’s really not much to the story. For a movie that’s focused on gunrunning and gang conflict, there’s not much action. Danny Trejo pops up at some point in what amounts to a cameo. Oh and there’s a shoot-out scene in fairly close quarters where 50 is wielding a sniper rifle massive enough to make Mark Wahlberg’s character from Shooter incredibly jealous. We’re told that it can fire explosive rounds. Somehow it hits a police cr