Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Thanks to the first-time filmmaker's attention to character, Gun Shy is worth at least a shot at a matinee. Read full review
The bathroom jokes in Gun Shy wear thin. Read full review
Blakeney can't decide if this is a quirky romantic comedy or a quirky mob essay, and you can see the movie thinking itself into a rhythmless hole with cement shoes. Read full review
The story isn't nearly as funny or suspenseful as it would like to be, although the solid cast gives it occasional dashes of pizazz. Read full review
The big trouble here is that there seem to be pieces of three different films rubbing up against each other without ever fitting together. Read full review
Can't stars attract better scripts than this? Read full review
Blakeney's script contains more hackneyed dialogue and misfired jokes per minute than would seem possible, and the result embarrasses every actor in it. Read full review
It's implausible, cartoonishly overdrawn. Read full review
This low-caliber Gun Shy has singularly ugly cinematography by Tom Richmond that at one point shows off Bullock's facial hair. Read full review
A half hour in and still, the plot, tone, and setting are incomprehensible. Read full review
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