Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Tom Berenger, Billy Zane, Bokeem Woodbine, Erika Marozsán, Tamás Puskás
Directors: Craig R. Baxley, Luis Llosa
Genres: Action & Adventure
A Marine sniper trains younger men in this art. Genre: Feature Film-Action/Adventure Rating: R Release Date: 3-FEB-2004 Media Type: DVD
Pure Cinema Magic
A. Perotti | San Francisco, Ca United States | 05/04/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sniper One is a fantastic movie which accurately depicts the life of a sniper in South America. Billy Zane does an excellent job of playing a government desk employee. Sniper Two has much more action and a new twist around every turn. Tom Berenger does a tip-top job. He is cinema gold in this amazing movie. Sniper 1 and 2 are my favorite movies of all time. A must see for everyone!"
Very well made thrillers.
Puzzle box | Kuwait | 07/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The first sniper film staring Tom berenger as Thomas Beckett who is a professional army veteran and sniper and also staring Billy Zane as Richard miller who has won an olympic gold medal as a marksman, they are both assigned on a covert mission deep in the south american jungle to eliminate a notorious colombian drug cartel but all sorts of problems happen. The film is more like a psychological thriller and drama with a few great action scenes like when Miller first arrives in a hellicopter and almost gets gunned down. Its obvious that these two films are low budget but they were made very well with an inteligent story, the second film takes place in the Balkans on a dangerous rescue and assassination mission with a deathrow inmate, seargent Thomas Becket who is retired goes on a final mission this time the film has more action scenes to it than the first which I thought was O.K. but not as good as the first film. There were no stealth manouvering and it seems like they just wanted it be more like a standard action film, now if you don't like straight to video action films then you shouldn't even think about getting these films but if you do then I deffinently recommend these two as both of these films are entertaining in their own way."