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Jane Got a Gun 2015 123movies

Jane Got a Gun 2015 123movies

Dec. 31, 201598 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Jane Got a Gun centers on Jane Hammond, who has built a new life with her husband Bill “Ham” Hammond after being tormented by the ultra-violent Bishop Boys outlaw gang. She finds herself in the gang’s cross-hairs once again when Ham stumbles home riddled with bullets after dueling with the Boys and their relentless mastermind Colin. With the vengeful crew hot on Ham’s trail, Jane has nowhere to turn but to her former fiancé Dan Frost for help in defending her family against certain destruction. Haunted by old memories, Jane’s past meets the present in a heart-stopping battle for survival.
Plot: After her outlaw husband returns home shot with eight bullets and barely alive, Jane reluctantly reaches out to an ex-lover who she hasn’t seen in over ten years to help her defend her farm when the time comes that her husband’s gang eventually tracks him down to finish the job.
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**A woman’s preparation to fight the outlaws.**

Probably on underrated film, but for me, I’m sure it is an underrated film. From the director of ‘Warrior’, another excellent film to include in his filmography. A well written screenplay, but that’s where the problem is according to those did not like it. Because it was kind of ‘all’s well, ends well’ story. That does not mean it is full of cliché, maybe they expected the film to be more harsh and violent like most of the high profile western films do.

Sorry to those who did not enjoy it, but I did. It was nothing like only for men, but still R rated. Yep, I understand the last 10-15 minutes was so intentional, so what, the story wrapped perfectly in a right way. I must appreciate the cast, particularly the lead two actors, Natalie Portman and Joel Edgerton. This film is not an opportunity to give the best character display, but everyone did their parts quite finely.

Ewan McGregor was a disappointment with his useless role. I mean it was a good one, but not made for him. I think the villain character lacks the toughness. That leaves it a one sided theme, so you might not know how the developments happen, but you will know which way is it heading in the earliest. Particularly as it was focused more on the romance, despite it is not a romance theme. Though there is a twist and many turns in the narration. Overall film was very entertaining, partly predictable, yet totally worth a watch if you keep your expectation locked in a safe afar while watching it.


Review By: Reno Rating: 8 Date: 2016-10-04
Them Bishop boys are coming for you? You don’t need a gunslinger. You need a goddamn regiment.

Jane Got a Gun is directed by Gavin O’Connor and collectively written by Brian Duffield, Anthony Tambakis and Joel Edgerton. It stars Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton, Ewan McGregor, Noah Emmerich, Boyd Holbrook and Rodrigo Santoro. Music is by Marcello De Francisci and Lisa Gerrard and cinematography is by Mandy Walker.

Jane Hammond (Portman) has to turn to her ex lover, Dan Frost (Edgerton), for help when it’s revealed that the notorious Bishop gang are heading her way in search of her husband Bill (Emmerich).

It’s going to be one of those films more talked about for what it could have been than what it is. Changes in production staff were unbound, from director, writer, photographer and some big name cast changes, it was a production blighted and destined to be on a loser. It hasn’t helped that with it being a slow paced character based picture, and a Western at that, the market for a fan base was already running low on potential supporters. So what we left with?

It undoubtedly is one for hard core Western fans only, it’s hard to envisage newcomers entering into the genre for the first time, perhaps lured by the casting of Portman, being won over to the point of seeking out other classic Westerns of past and present. Yet it’s got a lot going for it, because if you have the want, then it may just take a second viewing to fully absorb and enjoy.

At its core it’s a straight Oater of redemption, opportunities waylaid by fate, and of course a good old good versus bad axis. Relying on a flashback structure to set up the character dynamics, it can get a bit disorientating at times, hence the shout out for a second viewing. However, it may not be the perfect way to build the principal characters, but they are worth the investment for there’s a big emotional pull there.

Having laid the foundation for the first two thirds of the pic, we shift to good old honest violence, for siege read backs against the wall, and not without invention, in fact there’s much resourcefulness on show, with Jane at times very much leading the way. The last third pays off handsomely, even if there’s the (arguably) inevitable sugar coated candy to swallow as part of the final deal. Cast are dandy and turning in perfs of note, though it needed more of McGregor’s John Bishop, because with what little he gets he does make a villainous mark.

It looks terrific, Walker’s photography bringing to mind the genre work of Roger Deakins, with the New Mexico locations blistering in their beauty, and while the sound mix for dialogue exchanges is a little poor, the musical score is thumping in its tonal appreciations. It’s tricky to recommend with confidence even to Western fans, especially in a year when “Jane” had to compete with the more rambunctious Magificent Seven reboot, but give it a chance if you liked something like Slow West, and you may just be pleasantly surprised. 7/10

Review By: John Chard Rating: 6 Date: 2017-01-19
With fragmented narrative and awkwardly shot moments, Jane might have the gun but not the spark.
At the skin “Jane Got a Gun” might look like a gunslinger action flick, but this is more of a drama set in the Wild West with some action undertone for the backdrop. The visual often displays the scenes with overly dark contrast or extreme close up which is annoyingly jarring at times. Also, having high caliber actor and actress such as Ewan McGregor and Natalie Portman doesn’t elevate the movie beyond average frontier drama.

Jane (Natalie Portman) is searching for a bouncer to protect her and her wounded husband from a gang of outlaws. The one guy volunteering is her ex-lover, so you can see there’s a lot of love triangle plot at play here. Its source material doesn’t really offer anything more, there might be a couple of intense sequences, action and twist towards the end, but they are far from remarkable and the journey to reach there is dry.

To its credit, the storytelling attempts two different timelines. The movie will shift from the current events to the ones from the past, it’s a particularly nifty effort to highlight the encounter with specific characters and their relationship with the leads. However, the screenplay feels disjointed at times since there’s barely any difference between past and present, and the drama from both eras are equally stagnant.

Visual is mostly decent, although it too often shoots the characters’ face far too closely, even simple conversation or motion is done needlessly in this manner. There’s not adequate cinematography to showcase the gritty frontier atmosphere,, although a few scenery shots are commendable. Action is surprisingly soft, only occurring briefly and sporadically, it’s passable but by no means outstanding.

“Jane Got a Gun” is not as exciting as it sounds to be, it’s a casual drama that simply happens in Wild West.

Review By: quincytheodore Rating: 5 Date: 2016-03-08
“Jane Got a Gun” – and an excellent western!
Natalie Portman in a western? (I mean, isn’t she the girl who won an Oscar for “Black Swan” and played Queen Amidala in the “Star Wars” prequel trilogy?) What about Joel Edgerton (from “The Warrior”, “Exodus: Gods and Kings” and “The Gift”)? Or Ewan McGregor, who was also in “Star Wars” Episodes 1-3 as well as unusual movies like “Moulin Rouge!”, “The Men Who Stare at Goats” and “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen”? Then there’s Brazilian actor Rodrigo Santoro, who famously played Persian King Xerxes in the “300” movies. I’d answer all those objections with another question: Why not? After all, stretching is important for actors. When they play against type, we often get surprisingly enjoyable performances from our favorite thespians – and these gutsy actors sometimes find entirely new niches for themselves.

Actors like Robert De Niro and Leslie Nielsen, known mainly for “tough guy” roles, each decided to start doing some comedy. That gave us the “Meet the Parents” and “Analyze This” movies (from De Niro) and “Airplane!” and the “Naked Gun” movies (from Nielsen). And does anyone remember when Bruce Willis was mostly doing romantic comedy? “Bruce Willis in an action movie?!?” people said in 1988 – until they saw “Die Hard”. There you go. Now, let us consider the very reasonable possibility that Portman, Edgerton, McGregor, Santoro, et al, can bring us an entertaining western in “Jane Got a Gun” (R, 1:38).

Portman plays Jane Hammond, a wife and mother living in a small house in Middle-of-nowhere, New Mexico in 1871, six years after the Civil War ended. When her husband, Bill (Emmerich), shows up at home with five bullets in his back, Jane springs into action. The Bishop Boys gang, led by John Bishop (McGregor), and including violent men with names like Fitchum (Santoro), have an old grudge against Bill. He may have gotten away for the moment, but they intend to find him and finish him off. After patching up her husband as well as she could, Jane rides to the house of Dan Frost (Edgerton), trying to enlist his help in defending her home and her family. Dan turns her down cold, but soon reconsiders.

Dan and Jane had been engaged before the war. Dan went off to join the Union Army and wasn’t heard from for three years. By the time he and Jane were reunited, Jane had married Bill and had his baby. There’s no love lost between Dan and Bill, but Dan can’t bear the thought of leaving Jane to the mercy of the Bishop Boys, a decidedly unmerciful group. As the big confrontation with John Bishop and company draws ever closer, flashbacks progressively tell us more about the past interactions among these four characters – including some well-kept secrets that, once revealed, will change everything.

“Jane Got a Gun” is a very well-told, very human story. Its setting of the Old West may suggest plenty of gun fights and action, but what we get is much more. There are a number of exciting scenes that are very well staged and executed, but the script is even more appealing than the film’s action sequences. The story is interesting and told very effectively, with some nicely quotable dialog along the way. The interactions between the characters make for a complicated and intriguing dynamic, helped along by great performances from the talented and experienced cast. Add to the mix terrific cinematography and a great song called “Perdition”, which plays as the credits roll, and you have several wonderful cinematic elements and an outstanding cast which come together to make a very entertaining motion picture. “A”

Review By: dave-mcclain Rating: 9 Date: 2016-02-02

Other Information:

Original Title Jane Got a Gun
Release Date 2015-12-31
Release Year 2015

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min)
Budget 25000000
Revenue 1397284
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Drama, Western
Director Gavin O’Connor
Writer Brian Duffield (screenplay), Anthony Tambakis (screenplay), Joel Edgerton (screenplay), Brian Duffield (story)
Actors Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton, Ewan McGregor, Noah Emmerich
Country USA
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Boies/Shiller Films, Handsomecharlie Films
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision B- and G-Series Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo, B-, G-Series, ATZ and AWZ2 Lenses
Laboratory EFilm (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 50D 5203, Vision3 250D 5207, Vision3 500T 5219, 500T 5230)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Panavision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format D-Cinema

Jane Got a Gun 2015 123movies
Original title Jane Got a Gun
TMDb Rating 5.6 579 votes

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