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A dark comedy of the low brow nature -- filled with fart and gay jokes. Even Liam Neeson and Sandra Bullock cannot save this failure.
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Gun Shy is worth at least a shot at a matinee.
Not only is the script incomprehensible, the film wasn't edited or directed -- it was crammed into a Cuisinart.
The movie is marred by an overreliance on unfunny bathroom gags.
Weird exercise in toilet humor.
He (Eric Blakeney) shows real promise with clever dialogue and plotting, and especially with creating a gallery of intriguing characters.
Gun Shy can't rise on wobbly legs.
Sure it falls apart right at the end--but up until that point it's a gem of an underrated comedy.
[Gun Shy is] not boring as much as it's...forgettable.
A quirky comedy about middle-aged burnout.
I'd rather be shot then have to see this again .
Neither romantic nor dark, neither humorous nor satiric, Gun Shy tries to be Bob Newhart, Goodfellas, Mickey Blue Eyes and Forces of Nature and succeeds at none of the above.
Movies this badly botched are seldom released in theaters.
Vet Early Liam Neeson and its really far from his best or anyones best. 2 stars
This inane, confused comedy rambles in circles until the climax, where it all but disintegrates before my eyes.
I liked it.
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