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The Gravity Gun (fan film)

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The Gravity Gun
Director

Sam Gorski
Niko Pueringer

Producer

Christian Fauntleroy
Nicholas Veneroso

Story / Screenplay

Sam Gorski
Niko Pueringer

Based on

Half-Life 2

Studio

CorridorDigital

Released

August 8, 2013

Runtime

00:04:36

Country

USA

Language

English

The Gravity Gun is a short independent fan film based on Half-Life 2. It was released on YouTube on August 8, 2013.

Plot[edit]

As the title suggests, the movie centers around the Gravity Gun. It begins with a group of four Resistance fighters, including Alyx Vance played by Lilan Bowden, being chased by Combine forces. The team hides beneath a bridge. Alyx opens her bag and takes out an apparently not powered up Gravity Gun, a teletransmitter, as well as a case with a Xen crystal inside, which she seemingly stole from the Combine. Despite her father's warning, she uses the crystal to reactivate the gun, without any protection. The team is then ambushed by Overwatch Soldiers, who shoot one of the Resistance fighters. Alyx escapes through a tunnel, killing a Soldier by cutting him in half with a thrown sawblade, while the rebels stay and cover her. When she reaches the exit, another Soldier appears and shoots the Gravity Gun, what results in an inversion of gravity. Alyx manages to reverse this effect, and defeat the enemy. A few moments later the rest of the team arrives and finds Alyx hanging from the bridge.

Reception[edit]

As of January 2016, the movie has reached almost 4,200,000 views and over 92,000 thumbs ups. Rock, paper, shotgun called The Gravity Gun "absolutely stellar".[1]

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