Worth every second!
The film is purely about gun shots as done by Clint Eastwood. Bang Bang!!
All the characters and also the all the name of that characters are indeed very funny. Quickgun Murugun, Rice Plate Reddy, Mango Dolly, Gun Powder, Rowdy MBA, all of the names are so creative and funnier by their name itself.
I normally avoid watching movies in a cinema hall unless it is filled with special effects or something which demands a large screen and loud sounds. So here I was, entering a cinema hall to watch Quick Gun Murugun (QGM). Hilarious sound effects and very comical video effects. I still remember the sound effects of “Aiyo!!” which had some in echo. The situation was funny and that sound effect created more funnier effect on the audience. The sound effect of MBA, MBA!! Was too good! Also I remember the video effect in railway station, where quickgun shoots all the bad guys disguise in dabbawalas. Funniest spoof of Matrix I had ever seen.
Quick Gun Murugun is a little more than what you expect – and yet falls short of your expectations. While hilarious, the story is actually very simple and sometimes it feels like the movie is too long for such a story. And the jokes are not spaced out enough to catch the slack in screenplay. But all the same, it is impossible to control the laughter that erupts when, for example, you see Murugan's love song picturisation, fights at railway station, climax fight, even the last scene with that handicapped crook, and on and on and on. Be ready to be surprised with the violence as well – the violence is NOT picturised like a Tom and Jerry cartoon, but you will laugh like you are watching Tom and Jerry cartoon.
All in all, a lot of very clever jokes interspersed with some not so interesting parts. Even though its overall rating is average, I would recommend a watch – because you are going to recall the jokes for days after the movie and chuckle thinking about it.