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The Way of the Gun

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They make no excuses. They don't ask forgiveness. Their story is without compromise, brutal and simple. Two criminal drifters without sympathy get more than they bargained for after kidnapping and holding for ransom the surrogate mother of a powerful and shady man.
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An odd mingling of the old and the no-longer-quite-so-new, a picture that shows flashes of wit but as a whole doesn't hang together.
December 06, 2005
Detroit News
Before you rush out to see what all the noise is about, though, know that The Way of the Gun mounts more aural bullets, swagger and pretense than substance.
January 01, 2000
Philadelphia Inquirer
Like his characters, McQuarrie's film has two faces: It is overplotted and it is crisply directed.
January 01, 2000
Combustible Celluloid
It's a tour-de-force of cinematic invention. But at the same time, it's just about the coldest, most pointless crime movie I've ever seen.
May 26, 2006
Looking Closer
It wants to keep you guessing, but there are so many twists and turns that I gave up trying to guess.
December 06, 2004
Miami Herald
For all its post-modern quirks, The Way of the Gun can't help but feel pointlessly derivative.
January 01, 2000
Globe and Mail
Both the picture and its nefarious plot seem self-consciously calculated.
April 25, 2003
San Francisco Chronicle
Rotten, pretentious movie full of minimalist dialogue and self-consciously arty cinematography.
January 01, 2000
Chicago Tribune
In a way, [McQuarrie] almost seems motivated by the same things that drive his killers: desperation and loot.
January 01, 2000