Gun Fight

2011

Documentary

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IMDb Rating 6.4 10 166

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1 hr 28 min
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Reviewed by alphaprime73 1 / 10

Biased and anti gun narrative

The show says they portray both sides equally. That is false. You can absolutely tell that this documentary favors gun control and the left. The "facts" they give are false and they show anybody who is carrying a gun or who is pro gun as being fat, white, old, uneducated, hillbilly, country or whatever. It's funny how people make a show about guns when they don't even understand them. Fun fact, the majority of the gun population are against the in are a. The NRA has time and time again proven that they will sell off gun rights if it benefits them. The NRA is as much an enemy of the pro gun community as the left.

Reviewed by Geoffsj 5 / 10

Powerful advocacy

"Gun Fight" is an excellent example of how a film maker can express a point of view without ever stating it overtly. "Gun Fight" has no narration. But by selection of material, the film manages to articulate a powerful position through the selection of footage and the persons who appear on screen.

In "Gun Fight", the gun owners shown on screen are white paranoids or black thugs. Gun owners are shown in groups, listening to Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin. Those opposed to guns are seen as individuals, thoughtfully expressing their opinions. Gun owners are white and fat, and are associated with neo-Nazism and Confederate symbols. Gun opponents are articulate academics.

Only one attractive and thoughtful advocate for the right to carry a gun legally appears in the film. He is a Virginia Tech graduate student, he receives less than 1 1/2 minutes of screen time and disappears completely from the film before it hits the nine minute mark. After that it's all respectable gun opponents and disreputable gun owners.

It's simple anti-gun propaganda. Those who agree with the film's position will find it moving and thoughtful. Those who disagree won't watch it. No complaints from me -- this is America and people are allowed to state their opinions.

Reviewed by ash_0777 8 / 10

great doc. that states a point and states it well.

This documentary film has but one agenda - to get across that gun laws are too lax in the US. And it does, with flying colours. Watching it, I felt lucky to live in Canada, where, per capita, we have a fraction of the violence. Is it bias? I guess, yes, in the same way Apocalypse Now is bias in stating the Vietnam War was horrible. Or that stating Hitler was evil is Propaganda. This is an intelligent, thought provoking doc. that gets it's point across very well. Was it unbiased? No, but It's a doc that wants to see change happen, and tip towing around the gun control issue, would have no effect. Excellent documentary, worth a long discussion afterwards.

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