Gun (2010 film)

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Gun
Gun Film Poster.jpg
Poster
Directed by Jessy Terrero
Produced by Randall Emmett
Curtis Jackson
George Furla
Written by Curtis Jackson
Starring Curtis Jackson
Val Kilmer
AnnaLynne McCord
James Remar
Danny Trejo
La La (entertainer)
Christa Campbell
John Larroquette
Music by Ben Zarai
David Allen Kitchens
Cinematography Zeus Morand
Edited by Kirk Morri
Production
company
Cheetah Vision Films
Hannibal Pictures
Richard Jackson Films
120 Tax Credit Finance
Distributed by Image Entertainment
Release dates
Running time 82 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Gun is a 2010 direct-to-video action film directed by Jessy Terrero, written by Curtis Jackson starring himself, Val Kilmer and James Remar. Filming took place in Detroit and Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Synopsis[edit]

Angel (Kilmer) gets out of prison only to get involved in the gun-running ring of his old friend, Rich (Jackson). Rich and friends raid a club, killing Ali Tyrell, another arms dealer.

Later the officer investigates and calls a meeting, but 2 ATF agents come disrupting but continues about mathematics teacher buying a Smith and Wesson firearm but his house gets robbed by a gangsta and later he kill someone with the same gun. He later decides to sell the gun back to the same shop without knowing the shop owner gives the firearms to Rich and his friends.

Angel meets with Rich who helped him before to move guns. Afterwards Rich and his friends torture an arms dealer who lied to them. Rich meets a news reporter to talk about the gun business and she takes him to his house.

The next day Angel meets the officer, and it's shown that he was let out of prison to be a narc for them, with the seen being shown where he is in prison and it told that his wife was killed. The reporter goes to her wealthy boss, to sell advanced guns to Rich, but her boss gives a lecture saying he might be a thug selling guns and says this a family business which started off with Mexican drugs now to advanced guns but she says they could trust him.

The next day they meet without knowing that Angel is against them and the police are seeing their every move. The boss introduces himself to Rich and gives his van full of guns to him. He calls one of his minions to give Rich one of the guns to examine. Rich immediately agrees to buy them and is just about to pay when the police attack. During the fight Rich gets shot. Angel rescues him, but when they are alone turns and points his gun at Rich, who realizes that Angel has been the rat all along. Angel tells him that the cocktail waitress that was killed was his wife. Rich laughs and tells Angel that he is just like him, a killer, and that everybody that Angel has killed was someone's son or husband. As Angel breaks down, Rich pulls a gun, but Angel gets the shot off first. Rich lies on the ground, telling Angel to kill him, that nobody will miss him and that he'll see him in Hell. As Angel is about to kill him, the agent shoots Angel.

As time elapsed, we see Angel walking down a corridor with a sling on his arm, and he meets with his daughter. The agent is seen walking into his office and is questioned by reporters on how he feels about Rich's plea bargain, and on the rumors that he has stepped down. The movie ends with Rich walking to his cell in handcuffs, and he looks up through the bars as the cell is opening.

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