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Two Guns (2013): Denzel Washington, Mark Wahlberg, Paula Patton, Edward James Olmos

Take two top movie stars Mark Wahlberg as Michael "Stig" Stigman and award winning Denzel Washington as Robert "Bobby" Trench to devise a witty, semi violent (not all the bloody gore of some violent films) smartly developed with a twisted plot that is somewhat comical yet surprisingly works.  Two Guns, is the perfect happy summer movie, similar to summer books that are read at the beach for pleasure.  In other words, this isn't a film that is a work of art destined for an Oscar or a film preaching to the choir about social injustices.  Instead this action packed film combined with witty banter by these two dynamo's that is refreshingly pure entertainment.

Wahlberg, Stig and Washington, Bobby, are tough jock-like criminals or so the audience believes on a mission to infiltrate a drug cartel.  They overtake a bank that holds Mexican drug kingpin Papi Greco's (Edward James Olmos) money only to find much more than they bargained for.  Washington is with the DEA and Walhberg is with the Naval Intelligence though neither knew about each others identity.  After unveiling each others cover they realize they have been set up. Without, giving away what is really going on, the games begin after the money is stolen.   Another famous actor, slips into the film with a swagger and cowboy hat who also wants a piece of the money tree.  Two criminals, drug cartel kingpin, big business and a cowboy leads to shoot outs, car chases and a multitude of crazy entanglements that leave one on the edge of a seat.   Overall, a summer fling film with Wahlberg at his comic best and Washington shining brilliantly in his first comedic breakout role.   Let's just say, Two Guns, is one film not to missed during the dog-days of summer.  Enjoy the air conditioning, popcorn and humor.  Definite must see.



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