Shoot First and Pray You Live (Because Luck Has Nothing to Do with It) (2008)

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Shoot First and Pray You Live (Because Luck Has Nothing to Do with It): Directed by Lance Doty. With John Doman, Jim Gaffigan, Jeff Hephner, Tamara Hope. Tale of vengeance — outlaw style — as Red Pierre hunts down legendary gunman Bob McGurk to avenge the murder of his Mother and Father.

“A revenge western which has a lot going for it. Really liked the music. Cinematography, props, sets, all this takes money and effort. Actors and makeup very good. Some talent went into this film and I notice that as of this writing over one third give this film a 10. I suppose a lot of us understand about the u0026quot;weighted averageu0026quot; so I wonu0026#39;t go into that. If you are the type that enjoys escapist films such that you donu0026#39;t pay much attention to the story itself, you might really enjoy this film. However, those of us who are more picky, who tire of stories that seem to have been written by an 10-year old, might prefer to have this film in the background while doing something else or pass on it altogether. Very illogical storyline with really nothing to redeem it, inconsistent characterizations, and terribly clichéd. Really now, they should have hired me to tweak (considerably) the story, and the result would have been much much better at essentially the same cost. On the message board u0026quot;nice but failed attempt . . . u0026quot; lists some of this filmu0026#39;s many flaws.”


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