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Sharpshooter

NR
3.8 out of 5 stars (10) IMDb 4.5/10

Rural America becomes the bucolic setting for a mysterious terrorist plot gone awry, a romance undone by betrayal, and a government assignment that signals a dangerous conspiracy.

Starring:
James Remar, Mario Van Peebles
Runtime:
1 hour, 24 minutes

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By A. parry on December 27, 2015
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This film, Sharpshooter, seems to overachieve in a noticed way. While officially listed as a "Not Rated" film, rest assured that it plays out exactly like a current day PG-13 movie (mid level violence, small handful of basic cuss words, no actual nudity, etc). While not "perfect", this film is definitely entertaining in a way that quite a few larger budget flicks fail to grasp. The story, while predictable, is very well detailed and properly played out. The actors involved are all very seasoned, with James Remar taking the lead with the primary character role (and also offering an effective narration throughout the story as it unfolds). Mario Van Peebles does a nice job with his given role, and Bruce Boxleitner is very reliable and textbook perfect in portraying an overly proactive law enforcement officer. 80's era Sci-Fi princess Catherine Mary Stewart just never really seems to age. And, she once again looks spectacular in this film, especially with those snug jeans, all while delivering an effective performance. While somewhat fantastical, the story is explained in enough detail to hold your attention and seems reasonably believable for the given setting. The pacing for the film is very nice and even keeled, and plays out at approximately an hour and a half.

Regarding the actual production quality, Sharpshooter does very well with the aspect of actual filming techniques, camera angles, lighting in all types of scenarios, and the visible picture quality on screen. Obviously filmed with high quality, high definition cameras, the picture is vibrantly colorful, highly contrasting, and razor sharp. On a scale of 1 through 10, the on screen picture quality is a solid "9".
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By I. Kozlik on September 10, 2009
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Not for the whole Family but I liked this movie.
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This movie is very good. I like action films and this is one of my favorite.
I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for an inexpensive good film to watch.
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2 of 5 stars for the action-adventure movie Sharpshooter. Sigh, I had high expectations for this movie based on the trailer and the opening scenes. In the opening, a former CIA hitman is doing a hostage rescue from two high speed cars rolling thru a desert somewhere in the middle-east. Starting with only a high-power rifle, he starts the ambush. A very impressive setup and execution. From there it all went wrong. The hitman character is toally flat and 2-dimensional. Trying to achieve a rigid army-like character, the actor achieves a total boring, don't care, uninteresting character. Our hitman is talked into taking one more job before he retires. As he starts to plan the hit we get the feeling all is not right. Yep, after he hits the target, "they" will hit him. Frankly, the action ain't so good; the characters are bland and don't care. For a movie with potential, this turned out badly. Don't waste your time.
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excellent, as always!
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