Guns Akimbo Trailer & Clips


Guns Akimbo full movie is released on Feb 28, 2020. Watch Guns Akimbo online - the English Action movie from Germany , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $1,034,769. Guns Akimbo is directed by Jason Howden and created by Jason Howden with Daniel Radcliffe and Samara Weaving. Guns Akimbo is available online on Amazon Prime Video and Apple iTunes.

Miles is stuck in a dead-end programming job. Still in love with his ex-girlfriend Nova, he spends his waking hours between pining for her and scouring the internet as a social-justice troll, cowardly leaving anonymous insults to those who post objectionable content online. Meanwhile a cyber-gang, called Skizm, is running an ultra-violent game across his city, in which violent criminals fight to the death for the entertainment of an online audience of millions. Miles feels safe and secure insulting the sick audience of this game, but soon finds himself abducted and thrust into the game, forced to fight with an insane, gun-crazed, escaped lunatic. His only tools, but also his biggest handicap, are the two huge pistols that have been literally bolted onto his hands. Initially, Miles' lifetime of running from his problems pays off as he - barely - manages to elude his seemingly unstoppable opponent, but when Nova's life is threatened unless he takes an active part in the game, he must finally stop running and overcome his fears to fight for the girl he loves.

As know as:

Стволи Акімбо, Armas em Jogo, Manos a las armas, Akimbo, Talpig fegyverben

Release Date:

Feb 28, 2020

Release Date (Streaming):

Feb 28, 2020


Germany, New Zealand, United Kingdom


English, Spanish

Stream Service:

Saban Films

Production Companies:

Altitude Film Entertainment, Four Knights Film, Hyperion Media Group

Gross worldwide:



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Chris Stuckmann
Daniel Radcliffe is very good in this movie, but the film starts to lose steam once you realize that it doesn't really have much else to offer beyond these high-energy action sequences.
by rottentomatoes, Jun 17, 2020
Barry Hertz
Globe and Mail
Howden's film gives itself a good three minutes to play the amateur satirist before it abandons any pretense of cultural commentary and instead embraces every cliché it repeatedly insists it is undermining.
by rottentomatoes, Apr 30, 2020
Tim Cogshell
FilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
I don't get what's going on here. Are we trolling these internet guys are not? Are we saying this is okay or not? Because he wins when he does what they do.
by rottentomatoes, Feb 29, 2020

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