Gunless (2011)

When notorious American gunslinger, The Montana Kid, staggers into the tiny Canadian hamlet of Barclay's Brush, life for the town's 17 inhabitants is about to get exciting. The Kid immediately gets into an unfortunate altercation… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 15, 2011
DVD Release Date: August 8, 2011
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Critic Score: 40% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Rick Groen
Globe and Mail

Gunless is harmless, the sort of pop entertainment that sets its sights low and doesn't underachieve.

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Jason Anderson

Gunless is certainly eager to please. Yet for all of its broad humour and cheeky pleas to patriotism, the laughs in this comedy prove to be scarcer than teeth in Gabby Hayes' head.

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Peter Howell
Toronto Star

A comedy western loaded with chuckles that only occasionally fires blanks.

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Jim Slotek
Jam! Movies

Like Shane with whimsy, Gunless takes the hoary old template of the gunfighter movie and gives it an utterly Canadian spin based on our comfort myth of niceness.

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Flixster Audience Score: 64% Flixster User Reviews
Al S
A wonderfully enjoyable, vastly original and terrifically entertaining western comedy. A fun-filled joy-ride that has heart and alot of high spirit to go… More
Brendan Nicholls
quirky film that doesn't take itself serious. funny for a while but the silliness becomes a little to much by the end.
Daniel Perry
I liked Gunless a lot more than I thought I would. As with other projects involving Paul Gross (Men with Brooms), this is a spoof that's not always… More
Deb Singh
<b>"Put me down for three more [bullets] and a carrot."</b> This is a charming and funny Canadian western comedy that pokes fun of… More
Walter M.
In "Gunless," the Montana Kid(Paul Gross) has felt better than when he arrives in the sleepy town of Barclay's Brush, Canada, slumped over his… More
Sean Scobie
Funny and light comedy that neatly skewers the old west code of the gun mythos in American culture. It also pokes a bit of fun at the Canadians and the… More