Sniper: Ghost Shooter

Sniper: Ghost Shooter

2016 | Don Michael Paul

Snipers ordered to protect a gas pipeline from terrorists suspect a security breach when they're targeted by a ghost shooter who knows their location.

Average rating   5 out of 10

(5.08) Sniper: Legacy | (4.21) The Losers | (3.97) Sniper: Reloaded | (3.58) Olympus Has Fallen | (3.43) 12 Strong

Niels Risgaard Hansen     2024-04-02 5 out of 10

Having watched "Sniper: Ghost Shooter," I found it to be a movie with a simple plot and not much in terms of story. However, the mystery surrounding the identity of the rat added an element of intrigue that kept me engaged throughout.

In terms of acting, I found it to be average, with nothing particularly noteworthy. While the performances were serviceable, they didn't stand out as exceptional or memorable.

One aspect of the film that I particularly enjoyed was the decent amount of sniper action. As a fan of this type of movie, I appreciated the well-executed sniper sequences, which added excitement and intensity to the overall experience.
However, there were some glaring mistakes in the movie that detracted from my enjoyment. Questions like why the inflatable boats didn't puncture when shot at and why the terrorist kept covering and uncovering their faces left me scratching my head and took me out of the immersion of the film.

In conclusion, while "Sniper: Ghost Shooter" may be considered below average by some standards, I still found myself wanting more from the Sniper franchise. Despite its flaws, the film has enough elements to keep fans of the genre entertained, and I would be interested in seeing where the franchise goes next.

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