Gun Woman

Gun Woman

A brilliant doctor on a quest for revenge buys a young woman and trains her to be the ultimate assassin, implanting gun parts in her body that she must later assemble and use to kill her target before she bleeds to death.

GUN WOMAN follows a Japanese doctor who vows revenge on a crazy sadistic killer after the man murdered his loving wife. Despite the maximum security that surrounds this billionaire, the doctor finds a perfect assassination plan when he turns a young Japanese woman into the most lethal assassin the world has ever seen. This outrageous plan -- his only chance for revenge -- will happen at an underground facility where the killer goes to fulfill his sexual fetishes. On the night before the plan is to be executed, the woman assassin is "completed" by the doctor... She is now, GUN WOMAN. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gun Woman torrent reviews

Greg V (de) wrote: Midnight in Paris is a lovely tribute to the city with some good fun and a whole lot of Woody Allen.

Shunty M (us) wrote: Well done Abba - is a perfect tounge-in-a-cheek for some of the rural-urban Indian government systems which are corrupt and rotten from all sides. It brings an attention towards some of the the serious concerns of poor people of India - in a sarcastic manner. It reminds me of Aamirkhan production's Peepli-Live.Boman Irani is once again at its best. Minissha Lamba - has done a great acting, a perfect deliverance of her angry but cute dialogues throughout the movie.. Overall a good watch..

Wrik S (br) wrote: had it not been for the slightly unimpressive script, it would have been a brilliant movie..... acting was good, story line was even better..... lot of reality into the making of the film... truly inspirational...

Stephen B (br) wrote: I have mixed feelings about this one. Overall, it was pretty average... though as a gay film better than average. I was not that into the story in the beginning. It was not what I was expecting from the synopsis. It grew on me though. The acting was okay, I guess... it didn't really make that much of an impression. The story at least was mostly coherent and made a complete circle. I wouldn't recommend it, but it's nothing to lower your IQ.

Lawrence A (br) wrote: buddhist palm!?!?!? you're kidding me

Melissa T (nl) wrote: Fast intentions, slow plot.

Zachary B (nl) wrote: the lack of chemistry between the main character and the female was nonexistent in the first third of the movie, then raging in the last 2/3s. as always, these movies have an interesting plethora of messages, this one had less. some minor plot holes but for a 1978 movie i thought it was pretty neat, not too much fluff and buff

Peter C (ag) wrote: a four star play, filmed. doesn't really work, though the dialog as a combo of neil simon adapting mike nichols and great stuff from walter matthau in three roles makes things as fun as the boxed-in filming allows.

Kate N (it) wrote: Timothy Dalton was underestimated as Bond in my opinion. He made the character so much more human than his predecessors. I loved that he showed his feelings on his friends being attacked. The only off putting sequence to me in the whole film, is at the end when he was talking to the hospitalized Felix Leiter, and Lester was able to laugh and says "we'll do some fishing". Most unrealistic part, just saying.

Leena L (kr) wrote: Teaching of Mystic river: do not take law into your own hands. it might come back and bite you.

James W (br) wrote: I finally saw ZOOLANDER. It only came out fifteen years ago. It is surprisingly one of filmmaker Terrence Malick's favorite films. Now if you know anything about Malick his films are nothing like Ben Stiller's ZOOLANDER. I happen to be a Malick fan so I was curious. You know what, if you are in the right mood, ZOOLANDER is quite funny. Stiller and Owen Wilson are hilarious.