Damn, it's so hard to find Shoot to Kill anywhere. It's a bit like the 72 Sleuth. You can't even find them on streaming.It looks like that Tommy Lee Jones film with the gnarly old guy, snow etc. and havoc to follow.
I'll maybe give this a digital whirl - Shoot to Kill needs digging out first - but this has taken bit of an arse pounding in reviews...
Yeah, he was the Substitute, it was Treat who took over for the sequels. Seem to remember it being enjoyable.Looks pretty good I’ll give it a whirl not seen him in anything proper since Sniper wasn’t he in one of the substitute films ?
Yeah he was only briefly in both though shame as he’s a good actor I’m guessing this will be on Amazon video?Yeah, he was the Substitute, it was Treat who took over for the sequels. Seem to remember it being enjoyable.
He was in Inception and Training Day, as well as a mandatory 56 Sniper sequels.
I have Deadly Pursuit (Shoot to Kill) on DVD and it's available on amazon as such - shame no bluey still.Damn, it's so hard to find Shoot to Kill anywhere. It's a bit like the 72 Sleuth. You can't even find them on streaming.
As for this, I suspect plenty will go in expecting Berenger's Last Blood, which it's not at all.
I happen to think that works in its favour but, again, that's only cause of the 'what would my dad do' angle, which I thought was quite unusual.
Yeah, it'll be available for digital purchase from all the usual suspects, probably pop up on NowTV in 3 months, then appear on Amazon about 3 months after that, is generally how it goes.Yeah he was only briefly in both though shame as he’s a good actor I’m guessing this will be on Amazon video?
You're probably not wrong. I figured giving it a positive review and a 6 was setting this up to be better received than setting people's expectations too high, all over a damn number.Never even heard of this one before today.
Berenger's presence of course for me makes it an immediate 7, so probably worth a look one cold winter's night on the couch if Cas is throwing a 6 at it.
Interestingly I always thought Stone painted him in shades of grey in Platoon, partly because of his own experiences I guess.He was fantastic as Barnes, for those who love Platoon and for whatever reason haven’t seen The Revenant, it is like watching his reincarnation courtesy of Tom Hardy