Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Shoot First and Pray You Live|
Actors: Alexandra Andrews, Jo Blackstone, Erik J. Bockemeier, Jason Bowen, Chris Browning
Director: Lance Doty
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns
Red Pierre seeks vengeance as he searches the West for the infamous outlaw Bob McGurk who fatally wounded his father.
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Warning, do not watch!
G. Dayton | 03/28/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This film is bad on every level. It makes an episode of Scooby Doo seem high-end. It could be an example of what not to do when making a movie. I felt ripped off of my time and money. Anyone giving this film a positive review is either blind and deaf or an investor in or associated with the movie in some way. Yes, it is that awful. It is not even a complete film. The Director has to show the SAME scenes over and over again, and some scenes are shown running BACKWARDS to fill the 110 minutes ( I am not making this up ). The plot is so convoluted, poorly written and boring you end up feeling sorry for the actors. The real title to this thing should be " Shoot me first and pray I don't live to the end of the film ". Save your money and go to You Tube, the entertainment value is better.`"
Actually, a great Indie Film
Warren Buttons | Los Angeles, CA | 02/11/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you're expecting John Wayne to limp around an over-lit Saloon, this is not the film for you. If you're a fan of the spaghetti westerns, you'll love it. Great acting, cinematography, music and script. I have to watch it again to catch all the nuances. Reminded me of a Tarantino film."
Interesting case for this movie
Olaf Johnson | Anchorage, AK 99505 | 04/13/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Very interesting movie. The only thing better than watching the movie was reading the divided reviews about it. Like ALL the negative reviewers I agree that going into this with stiff expectations for getting what you want out of a western or Tarantino-rip off then you will be immediately dissappointed. This movie is not a western, nor is it a Tarantino-B-Movie, it dresses up like both genres but it doesn't represent neither of them as it creates its own experience. That said, after watching this flick twice (yes, you may have to watch it again) I am certain that I have absolutely no idea of the original direction of this movie or what the producers/directors were agreeing on as this went into production. Im also fairly certain that the end result was not the orginal idea. If it was then these guys are pure geniuses on the Sergio Leonne level in terms of breaking down a genre, actually two genres, and building up something totally new and different from the scraps. This is not a movie for everyone and like most people I went into this just wanting to see a B western movie (as the title and previews hint towards). What I saw initially disgusted me as I had to think about what I was watching and suspend my urges to be thrilled by another formulaic revenge plot western. This movie is NOT formulaic in anyway. It genuinely and secretly breaks the mold without promising to, without advertising itself as a great movie. I can see the average movie goer giving this 1 star or walking out in the first 10 minutes. Yes the movie pretends to be cheesy with a hillbilly voice over narration and Tarantino-like blood gushes but that is just costume jewelry disguising something that is many carats of bling. I gave this movie 5 stars for originality alone and its ability to be cheesy and potentially empty and formualic but making me want to watch it. Looking forward to part 2 of this flick and whatever else this Production/Directorial team is doing next."