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MFKZ Cover Art.jpg
Teaser Poster
Country FRA.jpg France
Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Shōjirō Nishimi
Guillaume "Run" Renard
Release Date 2018
Studio Ankama Animations
Studio 4°C
Distributor Tamasa (France)
Parco (Japan)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Angelino Orelsan (French)
Kenn Michael (English)
Vince Vince Staples (Both versions)
Bruce Macchabée Julien Kramer (French)
Danny Trejo (English)
Randy Crocodile Emmanuel Karsen (French)
Michael Chiklis (English)
Willy Redouanne Harjane (French)
Dino Andrade (English)

MFKZ (originally titled Mutafukaz before having a name change so it could be distributed in profanity-free regions) is a French/Japanese animated film that premiered in 2017 before having a a theatrical release in France, Japan, Canada, and the US in 2018. It is based on the comic strip series of the same name by Guillaume "Run" Renard.

The following weapons were used in the animated film MFKZ:


Colt Python

The "Men In Black" leader Bruce Macchabée (Danny Trejo in the English dub) uses a gold plated Colt Python with ivory grips and an 8" barrel throughout the film.

Nickel Colt Python with 8" barrel - .357 Magnum
Bruce Macchabée (Danny Trejo in the English dub) draws his Colt Python in the beginning of the film.
Bruce reloads his Python, giving us a good look at the Colt-style cylinder release and some very good detailing on the speed-loader. Note that he's loading semi-jacketed rounds.
Bruce cocks the hammer as he prepares to fire the Python. Note the 8" barrel, which you almost think would be impossible to carry concealed under a slim fitting sport-coat, which is exactly how Bruce carries it...somehow.
The gangster Shakespeare (RZA in the English dub) is greeted by the business end of Bruce's cocked Python.
Bruce holds the Python near the end of the movie with a nice, detailed closeup of the revolver's profile.
Vince gets a hold of the Python during the climax, but the recoil proves too much for him... Note the rifling drawn inside the barrel.

Dark Meat City Police revolver (Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 627)

Dark Meat City heavy police units carry revolvers that appear to be somewhat exaggerated depictions of a Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 627. Film protagonist Angelino also gets a hold of one during the apartment shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 627 Performance Center with Hogue Grips - .357 Magnum.
A Dark Meat City Police soldier draws a massive Smith & Wesson 627-resembling revolver shortly before the apartment shootout. This particular one appears to have longer than standard barrel.
One of the troopers' S&W Model 627 revolvers hits the floor.
Angelino firing the weapon in a slo-mo scene. Note that the cylinder is in mid-rotation and the hammer is currently moving backwards as he fires in double-action.
A rear-view of the revolver as Angelino pulls the trigger in a slo-mo bit during the apartment shootout.


Glock 19

Third generation Glock 19 pistols are used by various characters throughout the film, most notably MIBs, including Agent Randy Crocodile (Michael Chiklis in the English dub) who uses one with a suppressor early in the film.

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Agent Randy Crocodile (Michael Chiklis in the English dub) loads his Glock 19 during the ice cream truck chase. The thumb swell notes that is at the least a third-generation model. Note that the trigger actually has the blade safety drawn in.
Randy's suppressed Glock 19 locks open during the alley chase early in the movie.
An MIB aims a Glock 19 at Angelino before he somehow manages to cut the gun in half with a butter knife.
An exceedingly pissed-off looking Randy Crocodile interrogates a restaurant owner (same location as the above screenshot, in fact) with his Glock 19 in a stylized still image during a montage.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact

The majority of Grapz and Limz gangbangers are seen weilding Heckler & Koch USP Compact pistols.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact - .45 ACP
A Limz gangster pulls their H&K USP Compact during a drive-by. Note the fairly oversized slide-release lever.
A Grapz gangster with a USP Compact tucked into their pants. Although there aren't any lines to define it, it appears to have a finger-groove that's similar in appearance to the profile of a rubberized Hogue molded grip.
An unfriendly gangster pulls a USP Compact on Angelino (with a mustache disguise) as seen through Randy Crocodile's rifle scope.

Walther P22

While escaping MIBs in an ice cream truck, Angelino and his friend Vince discover a Walther P22 inside a lock box tucked under the dash of the truck. Vince makes the mistake of pulling the trigger when he checks to see if it's loaded or not.

Walther P22 - .22 LR
Vince stares in shock at his Walther P22 after he bone-headedly (pun completely intended) pulls the trigger to check if it's loaded. Since he just fired, it's nice to see that the hammer has actually been drawn cocked.
A closer look at the slide, showing the front serrations and the obvious Walther trademark. Note that since the trademark is placed over the serrations, this seems to indicate that this gun is drawn after the more recent generation of the pistol, as opposed to the P22 example at the top of this entry.

Beretta 950 Jetfire

Randy Crocodile (Michael Chiklis in the English dub) keeps a Beretta 950 Jetfire with him while at Willy's home, but never uses it.

Beretta 950B Jetfire - .25 ACP‎
The Jetfire sits on the coffee table. The slide and barrel are a bit long, but the profile can still be made out, as well as the double logos on the grip.

Luger P08

A still-image flashback sequence shows Adolf Hitler holding a Luger P08 while getting punched in the face by a Luchador-dressed protector of Earth.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is a blank adapted movie gun.
The Luger can be seen in Hitler's hand at the bottom of the image in what may be one of this website's strangest screencaps.

Submachine guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Agent Randy Crocodile (Michael Chiklis in the English dub) uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K while chasing Angelino and Vince's stolen ice cream truck, and is later seen loading one in a motel room. Later at Willy's trailer it's briefly seen with a suppressor attached.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
Agent Randy (Michael Chiklis in the English dub) reaches for an MP5K stored in his car's fairly large glove box.
Randy loads a magazine into a new MP5K after having apparently gone rogue from the MIBs in order to hunt down Angelino for personal reasons. Note the MP5A2, M16A2, and the Barret in the background.
After inserting the magazine, Randy checks the gun before giving it the ol' fashioned "HK Slap" (note the charging handle position).
Willy finds himself on the business end of Randy's MP5K while being held hostage in his own home.
The MP5K sits on a coffee table, now with a suppressor attached to the barrel. It ends up going unused in the following gun battle, however.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

MIBs in the beginning of the film are seen handling Heckler & Koch MP5A2 submachine guns. Randy Crocodile, having apparently gone rogue in a fit of revenge late in the film, is later seen using one during the shootout at Willy's house.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with a Navy Trigger Group - 9x19mm
MIBs on either side of Bruce can be seen carrying MP5A2s with rather large fire-selectors.
Randy reaches for his MP5A2 during the shootout at Willy's home.
A (slo-mo) closeup of Randy's MP5A2 as it ejects spent casings.


MAC-10 SMGs are used by various Grapz gangbangers in Palm Hill as well as the gangsters that get involved in a shootout with Agent Randy near the end of the film.

Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - 9x19mm
A gangster uses a MAC-10 during the shootout at Willy's trailer.
Shakespeare (RZA in the English dub), having somehow survived a .357 Magnum to the head (though he lost an eye), reappears at the end of the film with a MAC-10 in hand. The gangster on the left is also seen with one without a folding stock.

Micro Uzi

A Grapz gangbanger can be briefly glimpsed with a Micro Uzi during a shootout with a Macho alien.

IMI Micro Uzi with 20-round magazine - 9x19mm
The foremost gansgter is seen carrying a Micro Uzi. The two behind him have a poorly drawn AK-looking gun and a barely seen MAC-10.

Mini Uzi

What appears to be a Mini Uzi is seen in the hands of a gangster during the shootout at Willy's trailer.

IMI Mini Uzi - 9x19mm
The gangster on the left seems to be firing a Mini Uzi at Willy's trailer. The profile of the gun's rear is a good match, although it seems to have been drawn without it's handguard.


In a flashback still-image where Nazi dictator Hitler is getting punched in the face by a Luchador, SS troopers behind him can be seen carrying submachine-guns that very weakly resemble MP40s.

MP40 - 9x19mm
The detail-lacking MP40s can be glimpsed in the background of this strange scene.



Agent Randy Crocodile (Michael Chiklis in the English dub) is seen prepping an M16A2 rifle in a hotel room, and later uses it in a shootout with gangsters near the end of the film.

Colt M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
The M16A2 sits among Randy Crocodile's arsenal of weapons in his motel room.
Randy's M16A2 can be seen propped up by his MP5A2 during the shootout at Willy's house.
Randy lets loose with his M16A2 while on top of Willy's house. Note that the mag release was not drawn in on the rifle.

Barrett M82A1

Agent Crocodile also utilizes a Barrett M82A1 during his last stand near the end of the movie, where he first uses it in a botched attempt to assassinate Angelino, and later uses it to pick off gangsters until he runs out of ammo and ditches the rifle.

Barrett M82A1 - .50 BMG
Randy's Barret M82A1 waits for him on a bed in Willy's home. Notice his mostly empty box of ammo and the absence of a carrying handle.
Randy aims his Barret, which appears to have been drawn without an ejection port for some reason.
A pretty nice view of the fluted barrel. Although Randy hasn't found his target yet, his finger is nonetheless resting on the trigger anyways. This actually causes him to miss his target when he impulsively pulls the trigger when his target gets obscured by someone else, thus starting a full-on shootout with local gangsters while leaving his intended target unharmed.
The red hot Barret is thrown to the ground when Randy runs the magazine dry.


An AK-47 is seen in the hands of a Grapz gangbanger while fighting off MIBs. Another one can be glimpsed near the end of the film being used by a Hispanic gangster during the shootout at Willie's house.

Type II AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
An AK-47 with a poorly drawn stock appears in the hands of the gangster in the background.
The gansgter on the right is seen firing an AK-47 shaped gun during the shootout at Willy's trailer.

Police rifle

Dark Meat City Police use a fictional assault rifle appears to be partly inspired by the aesthetics of the L85 series of rifles. It rather notably feeds from side loading magazines and appears to be massive in size, even for the monster sized police troopers who use them.

A DMC Police trooper raises his double-barreled rifle. Note the side-feeding magazine and the massive sights.
Angelino gets ahold of the rifle during the apartment shootout. Notice that this one has a side-feeding magazine on the upper portion of the receiver, which likely loads for the barrel/chamber on top, whereas the lower magazine must feed the other barrel/chamber. Note, however, that there only seems to be a single ejection port, which might imply that both magazines feed only one chamber/barrel? Afterall, during firing sequences only the top barrel is ever seen with a muzzle flare, so it's possible that what appears to be a second barrel isn't one at all.
A trooper holds their rifle in a way that we can see the rear sight.


Mossberg 500 Cruiser

Dark Meat City police units are seen armed with Mossberg 500 Cruisers during the apartment shootout. Interestingly, they go back and forth between being rendered as a 3D model and a hand drawn graphic. The ejection ports often switch sides as well, almost always facing towards the camera regardless of where it should actually be on the gun.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 gauge
A DMC Police trooper in the back with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser. The ejection port is on the right side of the receiver.
A DMC Police enforcer holds a hand-drawn rendering of a Mossberg 500 Cruiser shortly before being blasted in the face. The ejection port is now drawn as being on the left side of the receiver.
The same DMC enforcer firing what appears to be a 3D rendered version of the shotgun, this time with the ejection port on the right side of the receiver again. In fact, the entire character appears to be a 3D rendering in this shot.

Machine guns


The ginormous Shakespeare-quoting Grapz gangster Shakespeare (RZA in the English dub) dual wields a pair of M60E4 machine guns midway through the film when the MIBs come to town. After throwing one down when it runs out of ammo, his second one ends up jamming on him mid-firefight.

M60E4 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Shakespeare (RZA in the English dub) steps up to bat with a pair of M60E4 machineguns during the Palm Hill shootout. The city of bangers indeed.
Shakespeare lets loose with his M60E4s.
An empty M60E4 lies on the ground, having been tossed by its owner.
Shakespeare tries to clear a jam by racking the charging handle on his M60E4, though ultimately he is unable to clear it.


M26 hand grenade

Dark Meat City police troopers all carry a pair of M26 hand grenades as a part of their gear set. A live one is accidentally dropped during the apartment shootout.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
A DMC Police trooper with a pair of M26 hand grenades attached to his gear rig.
Whoops...all the gun blasting caused the pin and handle to fly off one of the M26 grenades! This can't end well...

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