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Target [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I would say 'Target' was still entertaining for me as an action movie! 18 Oct. 2007
By Lee Say Keng - Published on
Format: DVD
Starring Stephen Baldwin as Charlie Snow; James Russo as Donovan; Yorgo Constantine as Yevon Bodnar;

During recent weekends, I had spent some leisure time to watch three action movies on cable television.

The three movies shared a common thread: the principal character was more or less a lone wolf operative, with military background; trained in covert operations & skilled in weaponry.

Although they did not have the plot intensity or complexity when compared with any of the recent 'Bourne' or even 'Bond' movies, they were generally entertaining.

For me, entertainment comes first when I watch a movie.

The first one was 'Target' starring Stephen Baldwin as Charlie Snow, an army sniper, previously working for the Agency.

In an earlier scene, Charlie had killed the brother of a Serbian arms dealer, Yevon, during a covert operation in a remote region of Turkey. Upon returning to the United States, he found that Yevon had set out to hunt him down for revenge. The latter had also kidnapped his wife & a deadly cat & mouse game ensued between the hunter & the hunted.

With the courageous help of a computer operator at the Agency & the close collaboration of another operative, Donovan (played by James Russo), Charlie managed, through a series of tactical manoeuvres & almost risky misadventures, to trace & locate the whereabouts of his wife. He finally neutralised the terrorists at an abandoned jail block in Los Angeles.

In between, there were some rather amusing moments when he got entangled with a beautiful busker with a guitar (played by Tammy Krull). In fact, she was the one who provided the final & vital lead to possible whereabouts of Charlie's kidnapped wife.

I had also found it quite intriguing to watch the tapping of the vast resources of the Agency: remote sensing of cell phones & thermal imaging of building locations to pinpoint &/or isolate human targets.

On the other hand, I noted that the movie had inadvertently put the two bungling LAPD cops in rather bad light. I reckon this was quite typical of Hollywood, especially when the role of cops did not fit the primary focus of the movie.

To my disappointment, Stephen Baldwin as Charlie appeared rather 'bored' as an army sniper. When he talked, he was almost like he was reading a script.

I had watched this actor in some earlier action movies, like the 'Beast of War', which I had already reviewed in an earlier post, 'New Eden' as well as 'Biodome'. Somehow, he did not impress me, but that impression did not deter me from watching his other movies.

Nevertheless, I would say 'Target' was still entertaining for me as an action movie.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a very low budget, low quality movie - Buyer Beware! 14 April 2012
By ReviewMaster - Published on
This movie is very low quality. The kind you watch when all the paint has dried and the grass has stopped growing. I was able to discern this within 2 seconds of the opening scene, but I gave it a full two minutes. Check out the "sniper rifle" that the main character is holding. Check their wide open position. No cover. No sniper would no this! It's SILLY STUPID! Apparently they cut costs by not hiring a military consultant and so they did things the way they assumed it would be done, and sadly that is far from reality. I gave it ONE STAR for TWO reasons: 1) because it was free; 2)because I could not give it less than ONE STAR. I turned it off and applied a second coat of paint to the living room walls. Now I'll watch that dry. Where's my popcorn????
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Target 23 Nov. 2004
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: DVD
In a remote region near Turkey, an attempted hijacking of an American military vehicle transporting missiles is thwarted by Charlie Snow an American Special Forces sniper. He kills three of the attackers, but Yevon, their leader, escapes.

Two weeks later, Charlie has returned home to his family in Los Angeles, only to find that Yevon has traveled halfway around the world, hell-bent on exacting revenge. Charlie's wife has been kidnapped, and if he dosen't cooperate,she will die. With help from his friend, Donovan an ex-CIA agent, they fight for their own survival, and the survival of Charlie's wife. A deadly game of cat-and-mouse unfolds as the line between hunter and hunted blurs.....


.Location Featurette

.Director Interview


.Spanish Subtitles

.5.1 surround
Incredible....that you have to pay to see this 17 May 2014
By Stephen Herrington - Published on
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Incredibly bad production, acting, and directing...totally unbelievable in every way.

This should be one of the free ones with Prime. I can't believe I wasted the money to watch this. My viewing lasted only about 10 minutes before I couldn't take it any longer.

Stephen Baldwin is the best thing about the movie: everything and every one else is terrible.
Target is way off the mark 22 Feb. 2012
By Justin A. Parr - Published on
Bad acting, bad plot. At the time, this movie had nearly a 4-star rating, obviously because someone liked this WAY more than they should have, resulting in me wasting part of my life that I will never get back.
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