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Shooters (2002)

Gilly, fresh out of prison, and J, a hustler with a major drug problem, just can't shake their criminal ways.
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Max Bell
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Gilly
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Jackie Junior
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Charlie Franklin
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Eddie
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Freddy Guns
Jamie Sweeney ...
Skip
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Marie
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Detective Inspector Sarah Pryce
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Sergeant Webb
Joe Swash ...
Boy #1 (as Joseph Swash)
Ranjit Krishnamma ...
Pac
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Ajay
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Jason
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Gilly, fresh out of prison, and J, a hustler with a major drug problem, just can't shake their criminal ways.

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In the tradition of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language, drug content and sexuality | See all certifications »
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[Walking through a drug house]
Gilly: Somebody once said that the living were a rare species of the dead.
[Looking at all the drugged out people]
Gilly: When you see this, you wonder is there's a difference.
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Shooters Redeemed by Actors
25 February 2004 | by (Nebraska, USA) – See all my reviews

Shooters might have been condemned to be a mediocre movie if not for a few telling items. The atmosphere, scenery, and outstanding actors redeem this film. Shooters isn't a movie to go to, if you're looking for something flashy. Instead Shooters gives a dreary look into the life of two gangsters. The atmosphere is exactly what it should be. It carries you with J (Andrew Howard) and Gilly (Louis Dempsey), forcing you to the building sense of everything losing control. The gritty, true-to-life feel is somewhat lost at the end--leaving a feeling of shock or anti-climax. Still, it is a much better film than many give it credit for.

As previously stated, the actors are superb. Particularly, Andrew Howard as J was a powerful character. Howard is what really propels the story along. Poor Dempsey (Gilly) seems dull and lack-luster compared to Howard's dynamic acting. Also noteworthy would be Gerard Butler (Jackie Jr), Matthew Rhys (Eddie), and Adrian Dunbar (Max Dunbar).

Shooters is worth your time, if you're looking for something that doesn't rely on special effects to keep hold of it's audience's attention. Andrew Howard is definitely an actor to keep an eye on.


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