|A drug dealer's thugs have a man's head in a bag||Bobby and Stig go after all those who wronged them, forming the predictable bromance along the way|
|I was surprised how long the film keeps us in the dark on the intentions of Bobby and Stig||There are a few long fist fights, and the body count includes most of the secondary cast|
|Based on the comic book series of the same name created by Steven Grant and Mateus Santolouco, published in 2007 by Boom! Ultimately, this is a buddy film about two skilled men seeking justice and blowing things up in the process||Trench and Stigman must go on the run lest they wind up in jail or in a grave|
|Divorciada — Nicholas McCarrell 0:05 Scene where they arrive at the ranch 3||This makes his every appearance an uneasy one|
|You will receive a weekly newsletter full of movie-related tidbits, articles, trailers, even the occasional streamable movie||While she's eventually a major cog in this machine of a plot, this is still a boys' club of a movie|
|The duo, who have been operating together over two years, plan to frame each other as a means to the same end: the capture of drug lord Papi Greco||As Bobby, Denzel is Denzel, charming, a bit goofy, and incredibly unflappable|
|Why does the admiral tell Stig that blind loyalty isn't a good thing? Director and cinematographer always shoot it from above, usually with someone in frame as a visual counterpoint||If you remember nothing else about 2 Guns, you'll remember the exact amount that gets most of its cast killed|
Cliché is not a bad thing if it's done right.
A man likes to use a Russian Roulette-style approach on others in order to extract information.
He's shirtless in bed; she's topless and wearing tiny panties.
Original score composed by Clinton Shorter Score album tracklist 1.
The money appears onscreen as an enormous, gasp-inducing pile of cash.
The targeted bank supposedly contains Greco's drug money in safe deposit boxes.10|7|16