|Release Date||:||06/25/2020 (DE)|
|Time||:||01 Hours 35 Minutes|
An ordinary guy suddenly finds himself forced to fight a gladiator-like battle for a dark website that streams the violence for viewers. Miles must fight heavily armed Nix and also save his kidnapped ex-girlfriend.
written by SWITCH. on 23 February 2020
There's definite cheap fun to be had here, just try not to go in with expectations too high. This was potential wasted, but at least we always have 'Deathgasm' to fall back on. - Jess Fenton Read Jess' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-guns-akimbo-just-like-harry-potter-but-with-guns-and-more-violence-not-really
written by msbreviews on 28 April 2020
If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com As it becomes more and more common nowadays, I have to start this review by stating that no controversy surrounding this film affected my opinion in any way. I'm feeling a bit exhausted about the fact that almost every movie has some sort of external problem entirely unrelated to its story or characters. You can watch whatever you want, no one will make you watch this or that film. As long as you don't purposefully give a negative review based on something that has nothing to do with the movie i... read the rest.
written by Gimly on 10 June 2020
I've made no secret about my opinions on Samara Weaving, but I was more than willing to give Guns Akimbo a chance anyway. I wouldn't say I regret that decision, but I was underwhelmed. I'm going to use a term here that I have not used unironically in... God, maybe, genuinely, over a decade, because I don't know how else to describe Guns Akimbo: Guns Akimbo is fuckin' tryhard. It's so desperately ~~edgy~~, in a way that tries to emulate works I do love, but goes too far too clumsily. I didn't hate it, at all, but I was very aware of what this movie was trying to be, where a better... read the rest.
written by Kamurai on 12 December 2020
Great watch, will likely watch again, and do recommend. Such a great, yet equally awful premise, it affords some top notch ridiculous abuse humor mixed with some of the most fun and fulfilling action I've seen in quite some time. Playing a guy that piss off the wrong guy on the internet, Danielle Radcliffe (Harry Potter) embodies the spirit of desperation, and he does so much with it, given that he literally can't answer his phone or open a door, since his hands are now guns. Samara Weaving ('The Babysitter'), really knocks her role out of the park. Madder than Harley Quinn, she not... read the rest.