Robert "Rock" Galotti

Hollywood weapons specialist

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Hollywood weapons specialist who's worked with John Woo and on the two Matrix sequels



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What happens when a film director known for comedy with a human touch makes his first special-effects spectacular?  Plus, guns! The low-tech movie effect we all love.

First-Time Effects Director; Guns

What happens when a film director known for comedy with a human touch makes his first special-effects spectacular?  Plus, guns! The low-tech movie effect we all love.

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