Guns Akimbo

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Synopsis

Miles' (Daniel Radcliffe) nerdy existence as a video game developer takes a dramatic turn when he inadvertently gets caught up as the next contestant with SKIZM, an underground gang live-streaming real-life death matches. While Miles excels at running away from everything, that won't help him outlast Nix (Samara Weaving), a killer at the top of her game.

Cast

  • Samara Weaving
  • Mark Rowley
  • Daniel Radcliffe
  • Rhys Darby
  • Ned Dennehy
  • Natasha Liu Bordizzo
  • Grant Bowler
  • Hanako Footman
  • Mattias Inwood
  • Milo Cawthorne

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Daniel Radcliffe and Ned Dennehy both appeared in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010).
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Goofs

  • With his fingers screwed or braced to the handguns, Miles had lot of troubles handling many things as shown earlier in the film. He seemingly had managed to escape from the BMW car after the collision by pulling the door latch to open the rear passenger door.
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Quotes

    • Homeless Man: I wouldn't do that if I was you, you'll just end up blowing your damn face off. Then you'll still be depressed, even more depressed probably because of your fucked up face.
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Metacritic

65
Feb 27, 2020

Guns Akimbo glides on the strength of Radcliffe’s work, which is equally committed to selling a self-deprecating verbal barb as it is to executing an extended bit of physical humor.

Marshall Shaffer
Slashfilm
60
Feb 19, 2020

Guns Akimbo may be too mild to be memorable, but it is a mostly satisfying time-waster.

Metacritic review by Simon Abrams
Simon Abrams
TheWrap
40
Sep 14, 2019

The ingredients for an engagingly ridiculous action pic are here, but the pacing's all wrong.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter