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Shooter 4K 2007 Ultra HD 2160p

Shooter 4K 2007 Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA
Time: 124 min
IMDB: 7.2
Director: Antoine Fuqua
Actors: Mark Wahlberg, Michael Peña, Rhona Mitra, Danny Glover, Kate Mara, Elias Koteas, Jonathan Walker, Louis Ferreira, Tate Donovan, Rade Serbedzija, A.C. Peterson, Ned Beatty, Lane Garrison, Zak Santiago, Michael-Ann Connor, Shawn Reis, Brian Markinson, Michael St. John Smith.

Story Movie

Shooter 4K 2007 Ultra HD 2160p
Experienced sniper Bob Lee gets caught up in a plot to assassinate the president. It seems that he is being framed and "turned in" to the authorities, so he needs to find and disarm the real assassin as quickly as possible...

Review 4K Movie

Getting ready to watch "Shooter", I assumed that I would spend the next two hours on an average action film, which comes out every year in a fair amount, and sometimes you can remember them only if there was at least one impressive scene in the film, otherwise it doesn't even happen.

And what a pleasure it was to find out that "Shooter" had something to stand out from this faceless gray mass. Despite the fact that the description refers to an assassination attempt on the president, the episodes connected to it are not the most important part of the film's narrative. What comes to the forefront is one man's confrontation with an entire government agency. Though it may sound too commonplace, such movies are far from being rare, and a few Hollywood cliches hold sway while watching it, "Shooter" holds the attention and gives no cause for concern while looking at the clock in suspenseful anticipation of the ending. On the contrary, not a single minute of the film's two-hour running time does not look superfluous, everything is done very clearly and distinctly, but not without details either.

I was impressed with how professionally the creators of the movie approached to make all the actions of the main character (the sniper) and the various government agencies (FBI and the like) look as natural as possible. I myself do not know anything about it, but even if it was only appearance and there is very little truth here, I want to believe, that this is the way they showed it. In my opinion, everything turned out very naturally, although a few moments and seemed quite naive. Take, for example, the FBI agent, who played not the least role in the whole story - who made a decision to take him to such a serious task, as protection of the president's life? In fact, in the beginning of the picture one cannot look at him without laughing, he is too ineffective and weak.

But these flaws come to mind after the film is over, and while the movie is on, not even a thought occurs, which creates a very good impression of "Strelka. And a few ideas, embedded in the film, only complete the picture. What kind of world do we live in? Tragically, it is a world where a barrel of oil is valued above the lives of 400 people and where politicians and adventurers hired by them play upon the patriotic feeling of a retired sergeant who wholeheartedly wish good for his country in the most cynical way. The theme of patriotism plays an important role here, but it does not convey any pathos, even though the star-spangled banner flashed across the entire width of the screen. Because you realize that this sort of thing happens every year in every country, and it's not always possible to stop it. But Shooter has succeeded.

"Max Payne" was reviewed in October, and after "Shooter," there was a strong opinion that this particular film was much more like Mark Wahlberg as Max Payne than the movie of the same name. One of the phrases of the game's synopsis was "The Secret Agent is in danger and there's nowhere for him to retreat" - aren't these words very distinctive for "The Gunman"? Well, yes, two entirely different films, but the feeling of their similarity nevertheless emerges. In many ways, of course, due to the fact that Wahlberg plays a major role here and there, and here he looks just fine. You can see at once his role, and Mark does his best - even the emotions of the main character he succeeded in portraying quite truthfully. And the rest of the cast is a real joy. Michael Peña (FBI agent) pleasantly surprised, Danny Glover looks convincing in his offbeat role, Kate Mara is simply pleasant to look at, by the way, so is Ron Mitre. I'd also like to single out Justin Louis, familiar only from an episode of "Saw" before - it's always a joy to see familiar faces in a movie, especially if they don't belong to the most famous actors.

To summarize, "Shooter" can be characterized as a very good action movie with a good sense component, competent narration and decent cutscenes of action scenes. It's a movie that was a pleasure to watch, but will be just as enjoyable to review. In a word, impressed.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (55.1 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
German: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Japanese: Dolby Digital 5.1

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