Shoot on Sight details
|Formats:||15 DVD, LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Clemency Burton-Hill, Taru Devani, Jamie Doyle, Brian Cox, Naseerudin Shah, Stephen Greif, Ralph Ineson, Avtar Kaul, Sadie Frost, Greta Scacchi, Gulshan Grover, Alex McSweeney, Om Puri, Arrun Harker, Clemency Burton-Hill|
Shoot on Sight
|Run time:||1 hour 48 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Dec 2008|
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Shoot On SightBy a customer from Gravesend , 07 Dec 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]'Shoot On Sight' is neither gripping nor riveting but a complete waste of time and I dont understand why bollywood makes films concerning subjects like this or films with titles like salam india.
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not goodBy Gothicstitcher (159 reviews) from Biggar , 19 May 2010Sorry but the story line had the potential to produce a brilliant film - however this didn't happen - couldn't watch it to the end - sowouldn't recommend
More like a tv dramaBy a customer from Suffolk, England , 09 Apr 2010Not a bad film if you like dramas but it was nothing like what its synopsis inferred - hardly a gripping thriller or family drama, more like an episode of The Bill. I would have been disappointed to have seen this at the cinema but for home viewing it was easy watching and predictable.
climax of IslamophobiaBy martabol (5 reviews) from Bristol , 28 Feb 2010This is a ill-thought film that only contributes to stirring prejudices around Muslims and seems to say that whichever Muslim speaks of politics must be a terrorist. It finally endorses the 'shoot on sight policy'. Shame on Naseeruddin Shah that decided to participate in this awful film.
Terrorism in EnglandBy a customer from Hillingdon, England , 12 Feb 2010This film covers a lot of ground regarding terrorism. It is fact based and quite good, but it all has all been in the media so much, that the film does not really add anything much else to that. I liked the young man playing the nasty terrorist early in the film. He really looked the part.
Pointless!By Drewy (1 review) from Tunbridge Wells , 03 Feb 2010Bad acting, bad directing and a waste of a film credit! I've seen better acting in The Bill . . . . . and better story lines!