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The Way of the Gun

Rated R for strong violence/gore, language and some sexuality.

R 118min.
 
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In this suspense thriller, two small-time crooks make a bid for the big time with disastrous results. Robin (Juliette Lewis) is carrying a child as a surrogate mother for a wealthy couple, Hale and Francesca Chidduck (Scott Wilson and Kristin Lehman) ... Read More
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Joe Sarno
Jeffers
Obecks
Dr. Allen Painter
Hale Chidduck
Francesca Chidduck
December 31, 2011
rcwakes
Good movie but the audio sound was at times drowned out by supense music. I wish they had English sub titles to read. But overall the movie was entertaining.

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