Jane Got A Gun
Panic strikes Jane Hammond when her outlaw husband John returns to their farm with bullet wounds. Jane then has to ask her ex-lover for help in order to save her outlaw husband from being killed by a gang.
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The Mary Sue
January 10, 2017 This isn't a terrible movie; it certainly isn't the train wreck bomb of a release I've heard it described as. It just isn't anything great or especially engaging worth recommending.Read in Source
Graffiti With Punctuation
September 08, 2016 Jane Got A Gun has the promise of a strong female leading Western; the by the numbers end result doesn't even barely eclipse the central trio's last time on screen.Read in Source
February 03, 2016 O'Connor's movie is too sentimental and self-serious to add much of note to the mythos, but Portman embodies her character's grief no less movingly than her forebears.Read in Source
January 29, 2016 A Western with potential for feminist table-turning and old-fashioned violence, "Jane Got a Gun" is a major letdown. Despite being co-produced by Portman, the movie sells her character short at nearly every turn.Read in Source
New York Times
January 29, 2016 Whatever feminist angle the film might have once aspired to is lost in its listless shuffle.Read in Source
January 01, 2017 Jane lacks a strong vision, doing justice to neither the camp potential of its title nor the sophistication of its structure. She's got a gun, all right, but it's shooting blanks.Read in Source
January 30, 2016 At times, Jane Got A Gun comes perilously close to staying passive-to becoming A Gun Was Gotten By Jane.Read in Source
April 19, 2016 Feels as though everyone involved forced themselves to grit their teeth and get on with it.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
January 30, 2016 As stripped-down, revisionist Westerns go, "Jane Got A Gun" may not have reinvented the wagon wheel, but it rolls out as a sturdy, well-crafted genre piece despite its rocky road to the screen.Read in Source
Antagony & Ecstasy
December 06, 2016 Finds a rather cunning way to make a brutishly straightforward scenario seem profoundly muddled.Read in Source
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