I have a completely off-topic lazy Saturday movie question for the TOP Brain Trust. I'm wondering if you can name a well-written, compelling, engaging movie that meets both of two conditions:
2. Doesn't use guns or gun-substitutes as a means of adding to or driving the dramatics.
(By "fantastical" I mean anything having to do with fantasy—talking cars or lions; monsters; vampires; futurism; science fiction; comic book characters; myths; ghosts (I mean ghosts presented as if they're actual—ghosts as a psychological reality, as in Nicholas Roeg's Don't Look Now, wouldn't be a disqualifier); sentient robots; superheroes; etc. And by "gun substitutes" I mean anything serving the same function in drama as guns do—say, bows and arrows in Deliverance or swords in a swashbuckler or samurai movie.)
Any good ones come to mind?
CODA: Thanks very much for all the suggestions!