Gunpowder Milkshake (2021) 1080p

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Genres:
Action | Adventure
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
2.12G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
114 min
IMDB Rating:
7.4 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Directors: Navot Papushado [Director] ,


Movie Description:
In her turbulent life as a professional assassin, Scarlet was cruelly forced to abandon her daughter Sam and go on the run. Years later, despite the estrangement, Sam has also grown up into a cold blooded hitwoman. After a high-stake mission spins out of control, putting an innocent 8-year-old girl in the middle of the gang war she has unleashed, Sam has no choice but to go rogue. This ultimately leads her back to her mother and her former hitwomen sidekicks, who all join forces in an avenging war against those who took everything from them.

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Reviews

Two men try to write a female-empowerment popcorn flick

I really don't have a problem with the all-female cast, but how do women not find this patronizing? About thirty minutes in I said to myself, "This feels like it was written by men." Then I looked up the writer and director, and sure enough, two dudes. The dialog and little female-literary-giant name-drops gave it away. It was the dialog that really ruined it for me, though. There's a point in the film where all the badass female assassins begin censoring themselves by saying things like, "Fudge that!" I don't know if the film was trying to be funny by pointing out the absurdity of them trying to shield a little girl from vulgar language while they're killing people in front of her, or if it was truly operating on a stereotype that all women are inherent nurturers and protectors that would naturally try to shield an impressionable child from naughty language. Then there's a terribly expositional moment where they're name-dropping all these female authors where a character actually blurts out, "Very progressive, a feminist." I guess they couldn't risk the audience not being familiar with the referenced author's works, but it was so clunky and unnatural that it made the actress saying it seem like this was her first role. The final coup de grace was the subtle-as-a-foghorn metaphor of the film's antagonists representing the patriarchy and its protagonists' triumph being some symbolic victory for all women. For people saying this was just supposed to be a popcorn flick, that was a really hamfisted attempt at social commentary.

But it doesn't even have much going for it as a popcorn flick either. First of all, the noir genre is liked by many, but it was hard not to laugh when they made Gillan's character look like a liveaction Carmen Sandiego, and I'm still not sure if it was supposed to be funny or not. Then there was the nebulous assassin's-society world-building a la John Wick. Which is one thing to do if you're going to do it well, but the whole thing felt like a vague afterthought in this movie. I'm still uncertain if they were trying to make a satirical parody of that type of idea or if it was just poorly executed, but I didn't like that aspect in John Wick either. Where John Wick made up for it was in superb choreography and fight scenes, that while not exactly realistic, were good enough to make you suspend disbelief and made you feel like there was some seriousness to it. Gunpowder Milkshake's fight scenes, while not lacking in creativity for sure, had all the believeablity and seriousness of a Tom and Jerry cartoon. The one character with unquestionably badass fight scenes was Michelle Yeoh's, but unfortunately you only get to see her fight two different times.

If the action had been better, I think it might have distracted me from the clunky, expositional feminist-pandering by the two male writers. As it is, I had to force myself to finish the film, and did not feel rewarded for staying it through. Do yourself a favor and watch The Old Guard or Kill Bill if you want to watch decent action scripts with female leads. If you just want to watch a Wickian popcorn flick, go checkout Nobody, or maybe just watch John Wick again. As a fan of all those movies mentioned, this movie left a lot to be desired.

Bad version of John Wick

Action scenes are ok but movie is slow and uninteresting in between. Boring dialogue and characters. It tries to be like John Wick or Terminal or Sin City but it is nowhere as well done as those movies.

I was entertained

This is a fun action movie. I agree with the female John Wick references. Great cast of actresses and actors. Cool fight scenes and sets. Has a cool, quirky, modern vibe. As long as you take it for what it is, you will be entertained. This is one of those times where I felt watching the movie was worth my time.
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