U.S. Army sniper Charlie Snow finds himself at the other end of the crosshairs when the brother of an Eastern European arms dealer whom he killed decides to take vengeance on Charlie and his family in L.A.

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Charlie
Deborah Worthing ...
Maggie
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Lisa (as Stephanie Brass)
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Sam (as Rory Thost)
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Curtis
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Donovan
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Nolan
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Yevon Bodnar
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Leather Jacket
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Anna
Steven Mattila ...
Spotter (as Steve Matilla)
Peeter Vilms ...
Groundman
Mio Deckala ...
Lendl Bodnar
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Male Agent - Desert
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Female Agent - Desert (as Romina DiLella)
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U.S. Army sniper Charlie Snow finds himself at the other end of the crosshairs when the brother of an Eastern European arms dealer whom he killed decides to take vengeance on Charlie and his family in L.A.

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Action | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and some language | See all certifications »
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21 January 2004 (Spain)  »

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The most wooden acting since Pinocchio
10 September 2004 | by (East Coast) – See all my reviews

Absolute trash. No one in the movie could act except for ex-child actress Patty McCormack as the waitress.

Stephen Baldwin, in a ridiculous haircut, delivers all his lines in a monotone. Zero character development. All the actors were completely unbelievable.

Hokey made-for-TV dialogue, especially between Baldwin and CIA computer operator. How many times can she say, "Listen, brother, I've got your back!"? Conveniently finds troubled CIA black sheep to help him. Coincidentally encounters young girl to aid him. Mindless, bumbling LA cops are horrible stereotypes. Estranged wife predictably warms as they bring children to crime scene (don't they always?)

Melodramatic suspense music made it laughable. Formulaic plot with gratuitous flashbacks and predictable shots.

Starts with an interrogation that is never concluded. Low budget dreck. Unbearable to watch. Sorry I rented it.


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