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Pro God - Pro Gun

USA 2022
produced by
Joseph Camilleri for Rebellion Flix
directed by Rene Perez
starring Chase Bloomquist, Ana Isabel Rosso, Joseph Camilleri, Chelsea Evered, Michael Jarrod, Tony Jackson, Olivia Brown, Keely Dervin, Kenneth W. Roberson, Andrew Harris, Tom Hart
story by Rene Perez, screenplay by Rene Perez, Leia Perez, music by The Darkest Machine (= Rene Perez), visual effects by Pratik Singh

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It's 1974, and Vietnam veteran Colton visits the home of one of his fallen comrades, a pastor and his lovely daughter Alma, to return a locket to the girl. They welcome him with open arms, but soon after, the local Sheriff drops by on the look-out for a quartet of bankrobbers. Routinely checking Colton's credentials, he's soon sure Colton's not one of them but tells him he's not welcome in his town for being dishonourably discharged from service (for refusing to kill unarmed prisoners, but that's not revealed until later). Colton leaves, but when Alma opens the locket and finds a note from her brother inside, she goes after him and pretty much forces him to have a nice picnic with her. When they return to her home afterwards, they find the four bankrobbers have taken over the house with a hostage in tow, have knocked out the pastor, and they're also quick to overcome Colton and Alma. Now using a ruse, Colton can eventually overcome one of his captors and get his hands on a weapon, but he's still outgunned, and the pastor, his daughter and the other hostage are still in harm's way, and his code of honour won't let him abandon them ...


Now the film's provocative and reactionary title doesn't do it much justice (and comes across as ironic as in the finale the tide is turned not by a gun but a harmless BB gun), nor does the tacked on but already outdated Covid-denial propaganda at the very end, as the film itself is actually a pretty solid old school B movie, consisting of some nastiness and well-executed action aplenty carrying a straight-forward storyline, done in a retro-look that might be a bit overstrained but that does fit the film's approach as grindhouse hommage very well.


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directed by
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written by
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