A marksman living in exile is coaxed back into action after learning of a plot to kill the president. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he goes on the run to track the real killer and find out who exactly set him up, and why.
Shooter follows United States Marine Corps veteran Bob Lee Swagger, who is framed for murder by a rogue secret private military company unit. Ultimately double-crossed and framed for the attempt, he goes on the run to find the real killer and the reason he was set up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shooter torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Middle of the road feel-good sap. It feels an awful lot longer than it is.
(us) wrote: While I don't care for the "Fairytopia" series, I do like its spin-off. Everything from the graphics to the characters to the story is an improvement.
(gb) wrote: Finally, a documentary that lists the names/places/facts, and then follows up with the doom-filled consequences and then proposes ACTUAL SOLUTIONS.
(mx) wrote: Demetri Martin has risen from a name that most people thought was going to be a lame, Russian-named, long nosed comedian...but Demetri Martin rose from that with this comedy special and his new show. One of the greatest comedy specials of all time!
(es) wrote: Boring! ZzZzZz!!! couldn't hold my attention and I had to turn it off. I am assuming I can guess exactly how it all plays out too. None of the cast was interesting either. snore fest!
(mx) wrote: ok stuff big cast kinda lame "monster"
(de) wrote: This movie was pretty much Gregory Smith getting stoned a lot. Luckily, he plays a good stoned person. It fails to be profound in that it starts off slow and the ending is really too boring and overplayed that the rest of the film gets lost. I guess it was ok though.
(ag) wrote: When I first saw this movie, back in the early/mid-90's, on HBO, I found it to be lacking somewhere and/or something. Perhaps I didn't understand the war, Nazi Germany, or something else, all of those things, or some combination of them ...but, I didn't quite see the significance of the meaning of this film. I didn't appreciate the characters, nor the obstacles that they faced throughout the story. Since then I have taken it upon myself to become better acquainted with history, reading books, watching movies, documentaries, talking to ppl and I understand this film better than I did many years ago.Most ppl that I know, that I have talked to about this subject, agree that Hitler was drunk with power. He was drunk on the idea(s) and the ideal(s) that he had envisioned for himself and his place in the world. (At least some of that might have to do with the fact that he was a vegetarian, who inevitably suffered from stunted growth due to a lack of proteins and an amphetamine addict, who was also familiar with cocaine!) And if he had had the opportunity to do so, he would have taken the opportunity to conquer the entire world. The Hitler depicted in this film and the Hitler that we know really existed have at least one, at least, mostly unseen quality in common: they never had that opportunity so, they took what they could get for as long as they could get it! I suspect that I didn't understand and/or appreciate much back when I first saw this film; this is a movie that has gotten better with age, which is extremely rare, for ANY movie...I found this to be a realistic depiction of what WWII, Europe, the US, Asia and Germany, could have turned into/turned out to be like in the years after the war.