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Target -- An American Special Forces Sniper must save his family from a terrorist hell-bent on revenge.
Target -- 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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Stephen Baldwin ... Charlie
Deborah Worthing ... Maggie

Steffani Brass ... Lisa (as Stephanie Brass)

Rory Charles Thost ... Sam (as Rory Thost)

Jeffrey Johnson ... Curtis

James Russo ... Donovan

Debra Wilson ... Nolan

Yorgo Constantine ... Yevon Bodnar

Igor Jijikine ... Leather Jacket

Inna Swann ... Anna
Steven Mattila ... Spotter (as Steve Matilla)
Peeter Vilms ... Groundman
Mio Deckala ... Lendl Bodnar

Matt Skollar ... Male Agent - Desert

Romina Di Lella ... Female Agent - Desert (as Romina DiLella)

Cris D'Annunzio ... Debriefer (as Chris D'Annunzio)
Stephanie MacKinnan ... Assistant

Patty McCormack ... Maysie

Tammy Trull ... Sunny

Aesop Aquarian ... Homeless Vet

Johnny Ferretti ... Security Guard
Robert Miranda ... Officer D'Angelo
Matthew Long ... Officer Tavis
Jennie Ventriss ... Bag Lady (as Jenny Ventriss)
Dante Nigro ... Teenaged Boy

Caia Coley ... Cell Phone Woman

Chester E. Tripp III ... Mounted Cop (as Chester Tripp III)

Kallie Flynn Childress ... Girl in Park (as Kallie Childress)
Jeanette O'Connor ... School Principal

Kenya D. Williamson ... Miss Demmings (as Kenya Williamson)
Shelby Medlang ... Cafe Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alejandro Alvarenga ... Voiceover / Lover (uncredited)

Malik Hammond ... Dancer (uncredited)
Shannon Pierce Wilkins ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
Jay Wilkins ... Terrorist (uncredited)

Directed by
William Webb 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jim Makichuk 

Produced by
Michael Feifer .... line producer
Jim Makichuk .... co-producer
Robert W. Mann .... executive producer
Amparo Ochoa Vargas .... distribution producer
William Webb .... producer
Original Music by
Alex Wilkinson 
Cinematography by
John P. Tarver 
Film Editing by
Charlene Perrone 
Casting by
Karen Margiotta 
Mary Margiotta 
Production Design by
Andrew Lankes 
Costume Design by
Meghan McDonald 
Makeup Department
Samantha Lick .... assistant makeup artist
Autumn Scruggs .... assistant makeup artist
Leah Vautrot .... key hair stylist
Leah Vautrot .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Feifer .... first assistant director
Alex Sherry .... second assistant director
Art Department
Arthur Bonner .... assistant set decorator
Sound Department
Andrew Casciato .... foley editor
Steven Erickson .... adr editor
Steven Erickson .... dialogue editor
Jeremy Hoenack .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeremy Hoenack .... supervising sound editor
Tony Kucenski .... foley artist
Marcus Ricaud .... sound
Noah Southall .... sound effects editor
David Stark .... boom operator
Alejandro Alvarenga .... sound post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Torrence Hall .... special effects
Michael J. Sarna .... stunt coordinator
Chester E. Tripp III .... stunt performer
Jay Wilkins .... stunt coordinator
Mickey Cassidy .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Brush .... best boy grip
Paolo Cascio .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Michael Feifer .... still photographer
Jim Makichuk .... still photographer
Denis Maloney .... additional photographer
Eli Mennen .... best boy electric
Ely Mennin .... electrician
Rich Moriarty .... second assistant camera
Kim Ortin .... second assistant camera
Jeff Roberts .... camera operator
Roberto Schein .... gaffer
James A. Seale .... key grip (as James Seale)
Geoff Shotz .... Steadicam operator
Alexis van Kersen Li .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Alexis Li)
Chad Wilson .... Steadicam operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elizabeth Koopman .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Paul G. Volk .... consulting editor (as Paul Volk)
Music Department
Brian Levitsky .... music editor
Transportation Department
Arthur Bonner .... transportation
Other crew
John Charles .... software engineer: TriCoast Studios
Jamika Fletcher .... production assistant
Stephanie McKinnon .... production coordinator
Bruce Resnik .... script supervisor
Toni Taylor .... craft service
Mike Tristano .... armorer

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Rated R for violence and some language
Finland:84 min
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The most wooden acting since Pinocchio, 10 September 2004
Author: honeybear133 from East Coast

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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