Bruce Willis in Fortress: Sniper’s Eye
Power: Eye of Sniper This is a complete failure. Even a direct-to-VOD sequel, Power: Eye of Sniper Offers only short runtimes and bad fights. Based on source material by actor Emile Hirsch (in the wilderness) and Alan Horsnail’s script, the story is both boring and predictable. No need to go back and read the original. fortress, because 20 minutes of the movie is a flashback to the movie.Director Josh Sternfield did what he could, but it’s doubtful no one can save it Power: Eye of Sniper†
Robert (Bruce Willis) killed Balzari (Chad Michael Murray), and now his wife Sasha (Natalie Ulla) wants revenge. Robert was hospitalized after being shot while on duty. Sasha takes the opportunity to reveal that Balzari never died, and leaves him at the base when everything goes haywire. Balzary searches for the hundreds of millions of dollars he stole, but only Robert’s son has access to them. After tormenting half of the base, Balzari begins to lose control of his hostages as they are all trained fighters and gunmen. In the end, Robert wakes up to save the situation and do what he thinks he’s done.
Chad Michael Murray has a wild energy about him that is sometimes very noticeable.this a tree mountain The star is insane in outspoken scenes and has a very physical advantage when it comes to imposing his will on others. When it comes to acting, he is the only genius. All the other actors in the film are firmly in the B genre. The lines are bland, every word is like an execution, and the script is the main obstacle.
perhaps the most surprising element Power: Eye of Sniper This is a general lack of Bruce Willis. For a film in which he’s clearly a draw, he has less screen time than any of his co-stars. He’s a huge part of the movie’s opening, but he only reappears at the climax. Overall, the cast is very disappointing, and the film isn’t Willis’ best. Last, Power: Eye of Sniper It just continues to use a lot of clichés and bad sentences.most disappointing part Power: Eye of Sniper Actually action. Audiences know what they’re going to get into when they see the direct VOD sequel, but even by those standards, the movie falls short.
no one needs Power: Eye of Sniper become John Wick, but it would be great if even the simplest action scenes had choreography and sound design to create believable combat. in his heart, Power: Eye of Sniper It’s a panic room-style “stuck” movie. Unfortunately, no one did their best in front of or behind the camera to bring it to the lowest level in the genre. While the entire cast was held hostage by Michael Murray’s Balzari, two different characters escaped through the vents. Both times they left the door open behind them.In a ludicrous moment like this one is forced to take on Power: Eye of Sniper†
Emilie Hirsch and Josh Sternfeld are far from a great creative duo, but the real culprits Power: Eye of Sniper is an actor. The action is tedious, and punches and gunshots feel more like clapping and BB guns. As engaging as Chad Michael Murray is, audiences haven’t been able to forgive many of the other things that went wrong or just nasty. Power: Eye of Sniper Totally missed, although it is strict.Yes fortress Franchise, it’s hard to imagine a core audience enjoying it.
Power: Eye of Sniper It will be available on demand from April 29th. The film is 87 minutes long and has an R for violence and language.
1 out of 5 (poor)
Fortress: Sniper’s Eye Review – Michael Murray Is A Bright Spot In Action Dud
Bruce Willis in Fortress: Sniper’s Eye
Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is a complete dud. Even as straight to VOD sequels go, Fortress: Sniper’s Eye offers nothing but a short runtime and bad fights. Based on source material from actor Emile Hirsch (Into The Wild) and a screenplay by Alan Horsnail, the story is as boring as it is predictable. There is no need to go back and see the original Fortress, because 20 minutes of this movie are flashbacks from that film. Director Josh Sternfeld did what he could but it’s doubtful anyone could have saved Fortress: Sniper’s Eye.
Robert (Bruce Willis) kills Balzary (Chad Michael Murray) and now his wife Sasha (Natali Ura) wants revenge. After Robert takes a bullet in the line of duty, he is hospitalized. Sasha takes this chance to reveal that Balzary never died and lets him into the base as all hell breaks loose. Balzary is after hundreds of millions of dollars he stole and only Robert’s son can access it. After torturing half the base, Balzary starts to lose control of his hostages as they are all well-trained fighters and shooters. Eventually, Robert awakens to save the day and end what he thought he already finished.
Chad Michael Murray has a wild energy about him that at times is very compelling. The One Tree Hill star is unhinged in scenes where he delivers obtuse exposition and is very physically domineering when imposing his will on others. From a performance standpoint, he is the lone talent. Every other actor in the film is firmly in the B genre. Lines of dialogue are delivered flatly and every word feels like a performance, with the script being the main impediment.
Perhaps the most surprising element of Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is the overall lack of Bruce Willis. For a movie where he is clearly the draw, his screen time is lesser than that of all of his costars. He is a huge part of the film’s opening but does not have a presence again until the climax. The cast at large is very underwhelming and the film isn’t Willis’ best. Ultimately, Fortress: Sniper’s Eye just rambles on in a slew of clichés and bad one-liners. The most disappointing part of Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is actually the action. the audience knows what they’re getting into when watching a straight-to-VOD action sequel, but, even by those standards, the film is lacking.
No one needs Fortress: Sniper’s Eye to be John Wick, but it would be nice if even the simplest action scenes had the choreography and sound design to create a believable fight. At its heart, Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is a Panic Room-style “trapped” movie. Unfortunately, no one in front of or behind the camera is doing what they can to uplift it to even the lowest bar within the genre. While the entire cast is being held hostage by Michael Murray’s Balzary, two different characters escape through the ventilation ducts. Both times they leave the door wide open behind them. It’s in nonsensical and ridiculous moments like these that force one to question every part of Fortress: Sniper’s Eye.
Emilie Hirsch and Josh Sternfeld are far from a great creative duo, but the true culprit of Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is the cast. The action is dull, with punches and gunshots feeling more like slaps and BB guns being fired. Though Chad Michael Murray is engaging, it’s not enough to make the viewer forgive the dozen other things that are either going wrong or are just tedious. Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is a total miss and, while it’s strictly for the fans of the Fortress franchise, it’s hard to imagine its base audience enjoying it.
Fortress: Sniper’s Eye is playing on-demand as of April 29. The film is 87 minutes long and is rated R for violence and language.
1 out of 5 (Poor)
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