After being separated for years, young lovers from rival wealthy families defy their parents’ wishes and talk about running away together. Other things happen around them, and a narrator explains everything happening on-screen.

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  1. Peter Linning September 23, 2021

    Die In A Gunfight is a mess.

    It's Romeo and Juliet with zero chemistry, and half of the movie is animated flashbacks and narration explaining characters and subplots that aren't terribly interesting. In trying to be slick and fast-paced, the movie just ends up being intensely unengaging.

    The highlight of the movie is Travis Fimmel as an unhinged Aussie hitman, and the entirety of the movie's 1 star is thanks to him.

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