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Best Movies For Gun Enthusiasts In Quarantine

The addition of the word pandemic to the world’s vocabulary has also given way to the mass awareness of the word quarantine. The novel coronavirus has had an immense impact on how we all live life, and sitting around in quarantine is quickly becoming commonplace.

However, being stuck at home isn’t so bad when you have a long list of excellent movies to pass the time. If you’re into guns and action, here’s a stellar suggestion list to make your quarantine moments a little more interesting.

The Way Of The Gun
If you want to sit down to a modern Western movie, “The Way Of The Gun” will definitely fulfill your desires. Benecio del Toro and Ryan Phillippe make this movie fantastic, and you’ll get to enjoy some great firearms throughout the film.

You could even take your movie experience to the next level, and order your favorite firearm on an online gun store to be delivered to your home. Make your movie marathon more realistic, and put the power in your own hands.

The Shootist
If you’re a fan of the “Duke,” “The Shootist” was John Wayne’s final appearance on the big screen. Another excellent Western, J.B. Books (Wayne’s on-screen character) gives the movie a purpose with his attempts to navigate the changing world around him and a few other personal issues along the way. You’ll also catch other stars such as James Stewart and Ron Howard as the film rolls.

The Professionals
“The Professionals” also falls in line with a list of epic Westerns. You’ll find Burt Lancaster, Lee Marvin, Woody Strode, and Robert Ryan amongst the cast, and we don’t really have to say much more than that to sell this film to a true fan of the wild wild west.

The movie takes place in one of the most exciting times in the progression of the United States, and seamlessly blends the classic western plot twists and challenges. “The Professionals” should definitely make your list of quarantine watches.

What makes for a better gun movie than adding Al Pacino and Rober DeNiro to the cast? “Heat” is set in a more modern time with more modern problems and more modern weapons. If you have yet to see it, you’re in for a treat. If you’re familiar with the film, then you know it’s a solid suggestion.

Clint Eastwood is arguably one of the most iconic actors in all of film history, and he was definitely on top of his game when filming the movie “Unforgiven.” Playing the role of Mr. Rowdy Yates won Eastwood an Academy Award, etching the film into a long list of unforgettable westerns.

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