Gun Shy Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.70/10 from 7800 votes
Tags: enema
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Blanco perfecto (Gun Shy)

Title in Português:

Um Polícia em Apuros


Gun Shy

On the outside, undercover DEA agent Charlie Mayheaux is cool, calm, in control; inside, he's nervous, fearful, flatulent. He's embedded in a double play to bring down a Colombian cartel and a New York City mob family, but his supervisor won't let him stage an arrest until huge sums of money are on the table. Everyone carries guns, and the NYC negotiator is a sociopath who shoots off the testicle of the cartel leader's lover. A psychiatrist sends Charlie to group therapy, and he starts dating the nurse who gives him an enema at a G.I. clinic. She advocates homeopathic remedies and looking on the bright side. With murder, showdowns, and back-stabbing, can there be a bright side?

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Gun Shy
Blue Skies for Everyone
Bob Schneider: Writer
Round & Round
Bob Schneider: Writer
Drunk Is Better Than Dead
Chris Trapper: Writer
The Push Stars: Performer
Start the Commotion
I'm Your Boogie Man
More Than Rain
It's a Man's, Man's, Man's World
Staysha Brown
This Time
Morrocan Home Show Part 1
Morrocan Home Show Part 2
Bossa for Jackie
Honolulu Calcutta
Caro mio ben
Round & Round
Bob Schneider: Performer
I'm Your Boogie Man
Harry Wayne Casey: Performer
It's a Man's, Man's, Man's World
James Brown: Performer

User reviews

Nancy Harris

The soundtrack's dynamic range allows for seamless transitions between action-packed sequences and more emotional moments, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Betty Lee

Overall, the soundtrack of Gun Shy excels in immersing the audience in the world of the film, making it a memorable and enjoyable aspect of the viewing experience.

Jennifer Smith

The catchy melodies and memorable themes in the soundtrack make it a standout feature of the film, adding to its overall entertainment value.

Susan Evans

Overall, the soundtrack of Gun Shy did a decent job of complementing the on-screen action, but I wish it had taken more risks and experimented with different sounds and styles.

Susan Thompson

I found some of the songs to be a bit cliché, following typical action movie tropes. It would have been nice to hear more original compositions that pushed the boundaries of traditional film scores.

Andrew Davis

The soundtrack of Gun Shy perfectly captures the tension and chaos of the undercover operation, enhancing the overall suspense of the film.

Amanda Miller

The main theme of the movie was memorable and stuck with me after watching. It was haunting and effectively set the tone for the story of a conflicted undercover agent.

Matthew Thompson

I appreciated the use of different genres in the soundtrack, from intense electronic beats to more melodic and somber pieces. It added variety to the overall listening experience.

Richard Hall

The instrumental pieces in the soundtrack are particularly powerful, creating a sense of unease and anticipation that keeps the audience engaged.

Brian Allen

The use of different musical genres in the soundtrack adds depth to the storytelling and helps set the tone for each scene.

Andrew Thompson

The diverse range of music styles in the soundtrack adds depth to the story and elevates the emotional impact of the film. From suspenseful orchestral pieces to energetic rock tunes, the music complements the plot twists and character development seamlessly.

Emily Phillips

The soundtrack of Gun Shy perfectly captures the thrilling and intense atmosphere of the movie. Each track enhances the action-packed scenes and keeps you on the edge of your seat.

Nancy Perez

The incorporation of Latin music in the soundtrack adds an authentic touch to the scenes involving the Colombian cartel, enhancing the cultural aspects of the story.

Andrew Hall

There were a few standout tracks that I would definitely listen to outside of the movie context. They had a unique sound and evoked strong emotions, making them memorable additions to the overall soundtrack.

Mary Lee

The soundtrack of Gun Shy is a mixed bag for me. Some tracks really captured the tension and suspense of the film, enhancing the action sequences and keeping me on the edge of my seat.

Joshua Martinez

Overall, the soundtrack of Gun Shy is a standout element of the movie that contributes significantly to its overall success. It's a perfect blend of music and storytelling that keeps you engaged from start to finish.

Sarah Scott

Furthermore, the song choices in Gun Shy seemed out of place and distracting, taking away from the immersion in the film's atmosphere. The jarring transitions between different music styles disrupted the flow of the narrative and detracted from the overall viewing experience.

Kimberly Evans

The soundtrack effectively mirrors the inner turmoil of the main character, Charlie Mayheaux, through its haunting melodies and intense rhythms.

David Hill

However, there were moments where I felt the music was a bit generic and didn't stand out. It seemed like background noise rather than adding to the emotional depth of the scenes.

Ashley Allen

The soundtrack of Gun Shy failed to capture the intensity and suspense of the storyline, with generic action movie music that felt disconnected from the on-screen drama. It lacked originality and failed to enhance the emotional impact of key scenes.

Linda Hill

The music did a good job of building tension during the suspenseful moments, but I felt that it lacked a cohesive identity throughout the film. It jumped between different styles without a clear through-line.