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Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?

Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?

They have their men by the barrels.Sep. 16, 2016 USA95 Min.R
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8.4 1,331 votes

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Director

Matt Cooper
Director

Cast

Andrea Anders isJenna Keely
Jenna Keely
Matt Passmore isGlenn Keely
Glenn Keely
Lauren Bowles isBarb Archer
Barb Archer
John Heard isSheriff Parsons
Sheriff Parsons

Synopsis

Spurred by a gun incident at a school, the women of one Texas town lead a movement to get rid of guns by withholding sex from their husbands.

Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?
Original titleIs That a Gun in Your Pocket?
IMDb Rating6.5 2,548 votes
TMDb Rating9 3 votes

(30) comments

  • oaa2112September 19, 2016Reply

    Get over the Lysistrata and understand the issue at hand

    I loved it! It is entertaining and has hilarious women in it. Gun
    control is the issue at hand. Obviously in the movie women are the ones
    who come together and take control of the situation. It’s needed in
    today’s world. Why not make it an entertaining topic like this movie
    and start a conversation. See it! Comedy is written and shown in so
    many different forms. The cast is well put together and funny. Move
    past Lysistrata and see what us women or people collectively can do to
    change the environment around. Of course Lysistrata will make you laugh
    and say that would never work. But in this movie, yeah it did work. The
    cast was funny, like Fernanda Romero, having the brains and confidence
    to stir up the men and women with her sexuality if she pleased too. Why
    not? Yes. Funny and worth watching!

  • Iki MvSeptember 21, 2016Reply

    A nice comedy

    I really enjoy watching comedy, and even more when the main theme is
    about something we live everyday. I expected to watch this movie
    because when I saw the trailer I thought it was a great idea to combine
    humor with a nice reflection about carrying guns in America. This film
    offers something new, to laugh and also reflect about some American
    obsessions. I recommend it because you will have a great time by
    thinking how far we can get when the desire get in first row rather
    than doing what everyone else’s does. I had a blast watching this film.
    It’s funny and makes us remember the Lennon’s line Make LOVE NOT WAR.
    With a great cast. A comedy that gives a second thought of some of our
    behaviors.

  • kulkin-97344September 21, 2016Reply

    Great date night movie

    If you are looking to go to the movies, grab that bucket of popcorn and
    of course a diet soda and watch a movie that just flows with some very
    funny moments, a boatload of character actors who we have watched over
    the years but sometimes have troubles remembering their names and the
    movies they were in and after the movie is over spending time talking
    about the challenges the characters faced and discovering more golden
    nuggets of the story, then grab some friends and see this movie. The
    story is about our American male love of guns, significant others,
    family,small town community and others who try to influence our actions
    in some very funny and awkward situations. I don’t want to give away
    any of my favorite moments, so if this movie is playing in your area,
    go and enjoy.

  • scarlemmateoSeptember 29, 2016Reply

    Can i watch it again!

    I really enjoyed watching the movie. Great team and is about real life
    stuff that happen daily. I recommend each one of to go and watch it. It
    feels so amazing watching movies that are not about horror or sex. Im a
    Comedy movie lover and will definitely watch it again! This movie
    contains. A great crew. It is so easy to follow and each scene is
    meaningful. The stories behind each scene are from this world. Fernanda
    Romero its too funny. The movie overall is funny. It is worth it to
    watch it. It is very entertaining and as a women is sometime good to
    control the situation. Obviously we are super women! The world is full
    Of hate and this movie is full of LOVE! So if you are looking to relax
    and laugh grab a popcorn, soda and chocolate and enjoy the funny cast!
    Overall great great movie! Its not that long so you wont get tire
    Watching it. We need more movies like this one! 🙂

  • subxerogravitySeptember 30, 2016Reply

    Straight up comedy with a message.

    Not a coincidence that this movie seems oddly familiar to Spike Lee’s
    Chi-Raq as both are modern day takes on the Greek play Lysistrata by
    Aristophanes. It’s like both films are on two different sides of the
    spectrum with Chi-Raq being on the darker side, while Is that a Gun in
    your Pocket being more lighter.

    Taking place in Texas, after two kids accidentally shoot a man non
    lethally, the women in a small town decided to stop having sex with
    their men until they get rid of their guns.

    Seems like a difficult task in a place like Texas, and this movie is
    far more liberal than I would have expected a movie about gun control
    in Texas would be, but I guess the point is if they can do it in Texas
    they can do it anywhere.

    It does seem like a fantasy, but the message is clear and should be
    told. The point comes across in an entertaining way.

    Very impressive how both Chi-Raq and Is that a Gun in your Pocket can
    tell such a similar message in two very different ways.

  • chimera-21December 6, 2016Reply

    Bloomberg Propaganda

    I mean that literally. Funded by the usual suspects in the anti-gun
    fringe, this…”movie”…is free of story, character and plot. It’s
    purely a message piece, pushing the obvious agenda and inviting the use
    of force…or passive/aggressive bullying…to achieve the goal. I will
    admit I wonder, though, did they really understand just how few people
    would willing see this thing? Less than 40k recouped at the Box Office.
    Surely they had hoped, even as they knew it would lose a lot of money,
    that it would not fail that badly?

    If you can find a way to watch it for free, a way that does not put one
    dime back in the propagandists pockets, then it’s worth it to see just
    how bizarrely out of touch the left is with, well…reality. Otherwise,
    just be happy you dodged a bullet.

  • Truthful-ReviewsMarch 31, 2017Reply

    Terrible…just terrible

    How do movies like this get made? Horrible acting, ridiculous storyline
    , awful direction and childish writing. I won’t even talk about the
    obvious liberal political agenda that is being rammed down your throat.
    This is one of this films that you watch in awe….wondering how on
    earth anyone agreed to fund such a mess.

  • nesvezhevMarch 31, 2017Reply

    feminist sh#t

    …and like I presume even before watching the trailer It’s
    liberal-fascist anti gun propaganda. Avoid! Unknown director milking
    the modern theme. Hollywood 2017 = fake news! Obama fans continuing to
    play with normal people feelings and hopes for their country. Shame on
    you, #libtards

  • julian-640-544058March 31, 2017Reply

    Just Awful – This is definitely one to miss.

    Absurd liberal propaganda. It is easy to understand how garbage like
    this can be made when you consider the money behind stripping Americans
    of their rights. The saddest part about it is that the sheep will
    follow wherever they are led since they have been conditioned to
    believe that they must be told what to do and how to do it. Beyond the
    solely political nature of this mess, the acting was worse than bad.
    They propped up and an aging (maybe senile?) actress so there would be
    a name on the marquee. The story is ridiculous, the message is ULTRA
    biased, the acting pathetic and the filmmaking looks like it was done
    by a film school student, and the so-called ‘facts’ they quoted are
    completely inaccurate. All of which is surprising when you think of all
    the money behind it. It is a tragedy such anti American crap like this
    even has a chance of being made.

  • LokisgodhiApril 1, 2017Reply

    Asinine Fantasyland Strawman Argument

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • someguy6978April 1, 2017Reply

    Anti gun, feminist nonsense

    If you have absolutely no valid points or arguments and get your
    opinion from globalist anti everything that is right and true
    propaganda,you will like this…..If you’re a arrogant idiot that
    confuses indoctrination with education and ignorance with
    intellect……You’ll love sharing this with all your friends in order
    to verify that you’re super trendy but in reality your opinion
    originates from the validation of fake bigots. If you’re able to for
    your own thoughts, it isn’t for you.

  • DonnaHurtlockerApril 1, 2017Reply

    This movie is great!

    The review below from the Donald Trump supporting deplorable made me
    give this a try and I loved it. As he said it is for Liberals who hate
    the people that put Donald Trump in the White House and loved the 8
    years of Obama. We need more movies like this that show that the 2nd
    Amendment needs to be removed and the deplorables need to lose access
    to their guns.

  • RicardoApril 1, 2017Reply

    Had to stop after half an hour…

    This is one of those movies that can get a high score because people
    are voting in the message, instead of the movie itself. Pro gun people
    vote low and anti gun vote high. That’s the only way that (by the time
    I’m am writing this review) this movie can achieve a score of 7.1. I am
    completely against guns. But messages aside, this is a horrible movie,
    full of the worst clichés, bad acting and lousy humor. I rarely stop a
    movie until it’s finished, but this was just impossible to take. It’s
    like the bad kind of B movie, but with good image quality!

  • tedm82April 1, 2017Reply

    Pure Propaganda!

    Not only do I find the anti-gun agenda disguised as comedy in this
    movie objectionable so is the premise of withholding sex to promote
    one’s agenda. Using sex in this manor reduces it to nothing more than
    prostitution. FORCING your opinion on another person in this manor is
    disgusting and as far from an intellectual debate as you could get. All
    this means is you know you would LOSE intellectually and must resort to
    coercion. How typically leftist. If the right doesn’t like something
    they just don’t do it, if the LEFT doesn’t like something they want to
    BAN it. I also notice the two positive reviews come from outside the
    US, you liberals are always whining about preserving culture, well the
    2nd Amendment is OUR culture and WE wish to preserve it, butt out.

  • apteryx05-840-599163April 1, 2017Reply

    Hits all the right buttons

    This movie seems to have hit all the rights buttons for the radical
    right/gun advocates in the US as evidenced by their rabid reviews.
    Unfortunately they are completely off the mark. This movie is a
    hilarious take on the out of control gun culture of Amerika. If it’s
    one thing that pisses off the old white male gun-toting culture of
    rural Amerika it’s the thought that their guns might be taken away,
    leaving them with their miserable excuses for a penis. 10 stars with an
    extra star added for really pissing off the despicable people of Texas.
    Pleaes cecede now before we have to build a wall to separate you from
    the rest of civilised society.

  • arfdawg-1April 1, 2017Reply

    If Hateful Alt Left Stereotypes are Your Thing, You’ll Love this Movie.

    The Plot.

    If there’s one thing that the men of Rockford Texas love as much as
    their women, it’s their guns.

    But when a gun incident at a neighborhood school spurs one stay at home
    mom, Jenna (Andrea Anders), to rethink Rockford’s obsessive gun
    culture, life in this idyllic town is turned upside-down.

    Much to the chagrin of her husband, (Matt Passmore), Jenna ignites a
    movement by recruiting the women to withhold sex from the men until
    every gun in Rockford is vanquished.

    A wild and hilarious showdown ensues between the sexes. As tensions and
    libidos rise, the men and women of Rockford must decide what’s really
    important: keeping the peace or getting a piece.

    Yet another Hollywood movie with an anti-gun message. Aren’t we tired
    of them telling us how to live? This is a stupid low budget piece of
    unfunny garbage filled with hateful alt left stereotypes.

  • dutomicApril 1, 2017Reply

    Pure anti-gun propaganda

    Like most of the movies coming out of Hollywood these days, this is a
    politically motivated picture. It is so much so that it’s message
    appears more obvious than one made by the old Soviet Union propaganda
    Machine. In the past you would have an odd line discreetly inserted in
    the dialog but this is done in an unashamedly obvious way. It’s like
    they have the political message they want to push and then wrap a week
    script around it. I can’t imagine lots of viewers giving this film high
    score but the people coming out of the same stable as the makers of
    this picture. No wander it’s rating is falling like a stone.

  • Sxz KingApril 2, 2017Reply

    GREAT Comedy!

    Been a long while haven’t had a real laugh at good old comedy.

    This film is well-made and the theme they chose is excellent! Gun
    control! Well, they managed to put enough together to make it a nice
    comedy.

    The only thing i regret is that i didn’t get any popcorn.

    Briefly, the story takes place in a little town in Texas, an incident
    involving a gun at a school creates some havoc amongst parents and the
    locals.

    Not saying more, don’t want to spoil the fun for you.

    And yes, do not look at the negative reviews. This film is fun to
    watch!

  • Mark MaharajApril 2, 2017Reply

    The Wholly Vagina That’s Really a Fridgid Mess

    That is this movie in a nutshell It;s the wonderful females who hate
    guns and the men who love them.

    It’s a feminist film.

    It’s a Liberals wet Dream.

    It’s a film that hates men and full of clichés.

    It’s badly written and acted.

    It;s bad…just bad. It’s about females who want guns out and they
    punish men by withholding sex. In reality the men will simply move on
    or pay for poon.

    It’s virtuous women vs the immorality and hedonism that men have.

    This movie is about a 3. Not really funny, it does have a plot but it’s
    simply a film that uses identity politics to make strawman arguments.
    It’s a stinky, smelly, non Lubricated mess of a chick flick.

  • ZettelheadApril 3, 2017Reply

    Wolf in sheep’s clothes

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  • colcompApril 4, 2017Reply

    Not even funny, don’t waste your time

    Must be some crazy Liberal Anti-Gun Nut behind the scenes on this PIG.
    They call it a Comedy when yes, it’s is a JOKE. Liberal Hollywood has
    to take another poke at the Gun Rights and how no guns makes everything
    better and safer… So how’s it going CHICAGO??

    Avoid this dog like the plague.

    I’d give it a minus 10 if they put the scale that low.

  • duvernetphotographyApril 4, 2017Reply

    Don’t waste your time

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  • Sig awanApril 5, 2017Reply

    Ignore the gun nuts & trumpets

    So many idiotic Trump/gun cultists astro turfing like crazy here.. the
    irony is lost on them lol! 🙂

    So, I approached this as a light hearted comedy and wasn’t
    disappointed. My whole family saw it and found it really enjoyable.

    If there’s one thing that the men of Rockford Texas love as much as
    their women, it’s their guns.

    But when a gun incident at a neighborhood school spurs one stay at home
    mom, Jenna (Andrea Anders), to rethink Rockford’s obsessive gun
    culture, life in this idyllic town is turned upside-down.

    Much to the chagrin of her husband, (Matt Passmore), Jenna ignites a
    movement by recruiting the women to withhold sex from the men until
    every gun in Rockford is vanquished.

    A wild and hilarious showdown ensues between the sexes. As tensions and
    libidos rise, the men and women of Rockford must decide what’s really
    important: keeping the peace or getting a piece.

    Ignore the gun nuts & just enjoy!

  • IMDB ManApril 5, 2017Reply

    Nope.

    There was not a single joke in this entire ‘movie’.

    Just a lot of cliché lines like ”The truth is I did this for our kids”

    And a lot of cliché characters that only judgemental liberals push: the
    crude old lady, the revealingly dressed Latino, the prude rich white
    woman, the incompetent mayor, the macho obsessed gun lover, the pushy
    white teen male

    The liberals in the movie refer to themselves as snowflakes. Besides
    that, they got nothing else right in this ‘movie’

  • rob o'copApril 7, 2017Reply

    A movie with a point its target audience can’t get, played for light comedy laughs

    In hindsight this movie hasn’t made it easy on itself in how it’s
    chosen to look at its topic. It’s a light entertainment feel for a very
    heavy topic. The movie is pretty consistent within itself in that
    delivery and the actors are pretty good at hitting that vibe. They’re
    playing for cheesy laughs based on a 70s and 80s comedy delivery and
    they do a good job in those characters. Maybe the director felt it was
    the only way to pick the scab off this ugly topic and maybe trick some
    of the hardcore gun nuts to consider the topic as the direct serious
    approach obviously hasn’t worked. Judging by the adverse one star
    reviews he’s failed to reach those people anyway, but is this a good
    movie in spite of the style they chose? It’s not a hard hitting piece
    of cinema, which it almost needs to be, there is no deep realisation
    moment to its topic, and in that way perhaps it parallels the situation
    it portrays. The wives try a oblique blackmail approach to a problem
    that reason can’t solve, and achieve unclear results. The movie plays
    it for 70s and 80s dukes of hazard laughs and even though they did it
    well they achieve unclear results. But it’s not an unpleasant way to at
    least attempt to start thinking about the topic, and it’s clear its
    target audience of gun resistance really isn’t ready for that
    discussion, at all, so it highlights at least that. These people don’t
    want to think about it even in a light comedy way aimed at an easy
    inroad to the type of film the director thinks they want to see. I
    liked a lot of the characters here, the sex stuff and language
    certainly didn’t pull punches, they started the conversation, and so it
    succeeds somewhat, and fails somewhat, no fault of the actors I think.
    They did OK with the material and direction they received. Its an easy
    watch of an obviously uncomfortable topic.

  • ThePerplexicatorApril 20, 2017Reply

    Insulting and offensive on so many levels.

    I am giving it two stars because I read in more than one source that
    1-star and 10-star votes are not counted, or counted with less value.

    This is a truly awful movie. I thought it would be light and
    entertaining but it is neither.

    The acting is poor and there is nothing comedic here, only cliché.
    Worst of all is the juvenile treatment of positions contrary to the
    left’s point of view and their stereotyping of persons who hold such
    positions. It reinforces the fact that ”liberals” are actually the
    ultra-conservative, closed-minded, intolerant persons they claim to
    hate and swear they themselves are not. Interesting that apparently
    only they can be offended; it doesn’t seem to bother them to offend
    their fellow countrymen deeply … and with such a low-brow,
    intellectually bankrupt attempt besides.

    It’s so bad, I thought it was Canadian.

  • John AlexanderApril 22, 2017Reply

    Great Comedy That Makes You Think and Sticks With You

    For me, one of the signs of a great movie is when it really sticks with
    you, and you keep thinking about it for days after you’ve seen it–”Is
    That a Gun in Your Pocket?” is one of those films. At first glance, you
    think you’re watching a broad sex comedy. But like the classic sitcoms
    of the 70s (All in the Family, Maude, M*A*S*H), this film tackles
    complex and controversial topics such as gun control and the power
    struggles inherent in love relationships in a deftly comedic and
    thought-provoking manner. If you’re just in the mood for an
    exceptionally funny film, with hysterical and lovable characters, this
    is it. If you want a film that’s going to stimulate your mind, and
    interesting conversation and debate, this is it as well. This movie
    just keeps sneaking up on you as it delivers ”zinger” after ”zinger,”
    through great characters, and extremely skilled writing and direction.
    The dialogue alone is worth the investment. Ironically, even with its
    ”off color” language, sexually charged themes and ”R” rating, at its
    core, this is a sweet family film. In the end, ”Is That a Gun in Your
    Pocket?” is one of the most endearing, inspirational, funny, ”feel
    good” films I’ve seen in years.

  • BrunaRubio5May 10, 2017Reply

    Must see ! Love the movie and the message

    Thank you for making this movie! Truly enjoyed watching this super
    funny movie and happy to see I am not the only one worry about this
    subject!! The movie is brilliant . In such a funny way a great message
    was sent ! . I also love the cast on this movie ! They were all great
    and made the movie super funny

  • navtecMay 13, 2017Reply

    Pretty good comedy

    In Trumpland if you don’t like something you call it fake news, liberal
    or deny it ever happened. This is a lighthearted comedy that pokes fun
    at the basics of relationships. Republicans really do think all women
    are second class citizens so its obvious they wouldn’t find it funny.
    In fact if your ego and manhood are so fragile that you can’t deal with
    a little teasing then you are republican and you should avoid this
    movie just so you won’t beat your wife and children. I live in a
    republican neighborhood so I have guns to protect me from my delusional
    neighbors. This comedy is really about relationships between normal men
    and women. Not maniacal meatheads and their molls. Grow a pair and
    shore up your wafer thin ego with some kool-aid and take your lovely
    wife to the RedBox to rent this little gem.

  • svikasha ([email protected])May 19, 2017Reply

    Funny, but too Political and Preachy

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