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They are identified as A3s because of their bipods, scope types, and heavy barrels.
Parents need to know that this is an exceptionally violent movie with extreme, intense, and graphic images and many kinds of weapons.
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Five years of crap like The Whole Nine Yards, The Whole Ten Yards and Tears Of The Sun.
It's a fine, deliberately underplayed performance by Willis, and he grounds the film in the face of an almost unfeasibly complicated plot, which piles contrivance upon contrivance - Kevin Pollak's hostage just happens to be a Mafia accountant?
One of the three kidnappers is a card-carrying psychopath? Even with Willis' stoic performance anchoring the absurdity, this could have gone tits-up very easily - but former video-game director Siri, in his first English-language movie, manages to hold things together with some decent camerawork and some brave choices (an excellent sequence sees Willis bidding to rescue a hostage while at the mercy of Foster's maniac).
Five long years since Unbreakable - the last time we had anything remotely approaching a cracking Bruce Willis movie.
Now, Hostage is hardly a spectacular end to this famine (that honour will likely fall to Robert Rodriguez's upcoming comic-book adaptation, Sin City), but this convoluted-yet-fun action thriller does just enough to show that Willis has still got the drop on most of the young pretenders muscling in on his action hero business.
Sadly, a horrendous final act, which sees the Mafia, the psycho and Willis all converge upon each other in a burning building, comes close to undoing his good work as Siri cranks up the slo-mo, hikes up the half-baked religious imagery and aims for a big emotional finish. In Willis terms, this is closer to Striking Distance than Die Hard.
He keeps a rubber band tightly wrapped around the grip for a better grip on the gun.
The gun is classified as a Glock 26 based on its 10 1 capacity accurately depicted.
Clear shots can be seen showing Kimber's scripture writing on the gun.
On the other side, a clear shot can be seen reading "LAPD SWAT CUSTOM", which makes sense as LAPD SWAT teams use Kimber Custom IIs.