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Man with a Gun

Man with a Gun ★★½ 1995 (R)

Hitman John Hardin (Madsen) is asked by mobster employer Jack Rushton (Busey) to kill his ex-girlfriend Rena (Tilly) and get a CD-ROM filled with info he doesn't want to get out. Rena now happens to be John's gal pal but isn't too upset since she figures they'll substitute Rena's goody two-shoes twin sister Kathy for the needed corpse. Too bad John starts to fall for the intended victim, leaving the plan to unravel. It's a connect-the-dots plot with a creditable cast. Based on the novel “The Shroud Society” by Hugh C. Rae. 100m/C VHS, DVD . Michael Madsen, Jennifer Tilly, Gary Busey, Robert Loggia, Ian Tracey, Bill Cobbs; D: David Wyles; W: Laurie Finstad-Knizhik; C: Jan Kiesser; M: George Blondheim.

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