For the first time, Brandon Beckett, Richard Miller and Sgt. Thomas Beckett join forces in Colombia to take down a brutal drug cartel.


Claudio Fäh


Michael Frost Beckner (based on characters created by), Crash Leyland (based on characters created by) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Chad Michael Collins ... Brandon Beckett
Danay Garcia ... Kate Estrada (as Danay García)
Billy Zane ... Richard Miller
Tom Berenger ... Thomas Beckett
Joe Lando ... John Samson
Pedro José Pallares Pedro José Pallares ... Santiago Calderón
Jaime Correa Jaime Correa ... Father Carlos
Lucho Velasco Lucho Velasco ... Captain Garza (as Luis Alfredo Velazco)
Felipe Calero Felipe Calero ... El Diablo / Enrique (as Andrés Felipe Calero)
Juan Pablo Gamboa ... Patrick Walsh
Juan Sebastián Calero ... Jesús Morales
Diana Hoyos ... Marla Ramos (as Diana Patricia Hoyos)
Fausto Garrido Fausto Garrido ... Diego Paolo
Aldemar Correa Aldemar Correa ... Rick Benitez
Conrado Osorio Conrado Osorio ... Thomas Worthington


For the first time, Brandon Beckett, Richard Miller and Sgt. Thomas Beckett join forces in Colombia to take down a brutal drug cartel.

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This time, weapons change the game.


Action | Drama | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, grisly images, strong sexuality, some graphic nudity, and language | See all certifications »

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The first and only entry in the Sniper series to feature all three snipers; Thomas Beckett (Tom Berenger), Richard Miller / Zeus (Billy Zane), and Brandon Beckett (Chad Michael Collins). See more »


Master Sergeant Beckett's rank insignia is wrong while he's wearing his dress uniform at the funeral in the beginning. A Master Sergeant is 3 chevrons above and 3 arcs below but the insignia on his uniform is 3 chevrons above and 4 arcs below (Sergeant Major). They even put the crossed rifles in the middle which is never there in an E-9 insignia. See more »


Follows Sniper: Ghost Shooter (2016) See more »

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Better-than-average DTV fare; a pleasant diversion for action fans
7 October 2017 | by ginocox-206-336968See all my reviews

"Sniper: Ultimate Kill" is a competent potboiler action/thriller DTV production, offering a pleasant diversion. The acting is more than adequate to the task, with some familiar faces and capable Hispanic performers. Cinematography is capable, with a refreshing lack of distracting jiggly-cam shots. Bogotá and Miami locations are realistic. Costumes, weapons and vehicles are true to form.

It lacks the trappings of big-budget action films. There are no big car chases, shootouts, or fight scenes. No parkour stunts. The moral is fairly simplistic concerning guilt and responsibility. It doesn't try to be cerebral and doesn't make profound political statements. There are shootouts, chases, car crashes and fights, but they are relatively low-key. It sets the bar about mid-level and easily clears it.

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Release Date:

3 October 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sniper: Ultimate Kill See more »

Filming Locations:

Bogotá, Colombia See more »

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2.35 : 1
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