It's the Rage (1999)
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Director James D. Stern debuts with this darkly comedic, archly ironic look at America's obsession with guns. The film opens with Helen and Warren Harding (Joan Allen and Jeff Daniels) awaking one night to the sounds of their suburban trophy getting broken into. Warren grabs his trusty handgun and blows away the intruder, only to complain about the blood spots on his newly purchased bathrobe from Sundance. The unlucky guy turns out to be Warren's business partner, and it does not take long for
Mar 4, 2000 Wide
Aug 15, 2000
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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Watching this stridently 'offbeat' film, one cannot help but feel that the approach is completely wrongheaded.
Keith Reddin's adaptation of his own stageplay about gun control is curiously muted. Still, there are tangible pleasures to be found, mainly in the film's delightfully off-kilter pairings.
..guns take center stage as catalysts if not characters in their own right, not to mention conduits of sensuality, intimidation, foreplay and destiny.
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