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BOX OFFICE RESULTS: September 21-23

Another slow weekend at the movies almost led to a three way tie for most money made. After it was all added up End Of Watch took the top spot by a mere 100k, just edging out House At The End Of The Street. Not far behind those two was Trouble With The Curve, which did ok for a sports film but poorly for a Clint Eastwood film. Maybe he should focus more on acting than politics. Dredd pretty much bombed, landing near the middle of the pack. It has a lot of work to do to make …

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What The Film?! – Judge Dredd

What The Film?! is a weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to films that try and pull the proverbial wool over our eyes.

If you know a film with major plot holes that you feel needs to be exposed, tell us! Email utgjames@gmail.com with the subject “What The Film” and we’ll try to get your suggestion featured on the site.

This Week’s Movie: 1995′s Judge Dredd

Hey, is everyone excited about this friday’s release …

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REASONABLE REMAKES: Remake Update

Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate.

You see, we’ve grown tired of Hollywood rehashing ideas we’re old enough to remember. Why remake something the majority of the planet still remembers and loves deeply when there are tons of films that deserve a chance to be as great as modern technology and skill can make them? If you agree, this column is for you.

Over the last few months I have …

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Reasonable Remakes: 2012 Remakes Reboots and Re-imaginings

Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate.

You see, we’ve grown tired of Hollywood rehashing ideas we’re old enough to remember. Why remake something the majority of the planet still remembers and loves deeply when there are tons of films that deserve a chance to be as great as modern technology and skill can make them? If you agree, this column is for you.

Now that 2011 is in the books …