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
|1hr 45 mins||15|
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||1 hour 45 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
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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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ExcellentBy deko (140 reviews) from Newtownabbey , 17 May 2009Brilliant acting from a relatively unknown cast.
Very good plot if not totally original.
Shoot on sightBy westbourne (16 reviews) from Bournemouth , 16 May 2009i was a little apprehensive about what sort of film it would be due to looking at others reviews.
I thought the film was a very good insight into how terrorists not only affect the people they are plotting against but also family members who have no knowledge of there actions until either caught or having carried out an assignment. has certainly given me a different view in general
Shoot on SightBy a customer from Sutton , 09 May 2009Interesting film.... its nice to see a film that tries to show more then one side of an argument......
ClichedBy a customer from Carmarthen , 02 May 2009This has nothing new at all to say on what is an important subject. It is trite, it lacks drama, the acting is uninteresting, everything is telegraphed I suspect the scripy was written on a back of a very small envelope.
Shoot to Kill hits the mark!By Joliefan (5 reviews) from BLACKPOOL, UK , 22 Apr 2009This film really shows the impact of the Muslim terrorist activity on the lives of law-abiding British Muslims. It portrays an honest view of the problems faced by a high-ranking Muslim police officer when he has to confront terrorism head-on. A gripping storyline will hold you until the end, which is not as predictable as one would suspect.
Well worth renting and, although not 'enjoyable', it is nevertheless a film which should be watched by everyone.