Sniper: Reloaded

January 3rd, 2011


Sniper: Reloaded

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The son of a renowned sniper decides to track down the sniper who ambushed his squad when they were sent to rescue a white planter in the Congo.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 5.0/10 (3,023 voted)

Director: Claudio Fäh

Stars: Clyde Berning, Chad Michael Collins, Hlomla Dandala

Brandon Beckett the son of Master Gunnery Sargent Thomas Beckett while serving as a UN peace keeper and government trainer is assigned the task to rescue a European farmer located in the middle of hostile rebel territory. Upon arrival a mysterious sniper ambushes them, wounding Beckett and killing everyone else. Becket returns to his base and desires to seek revenge by killing the sniper. during his time on the base Beckett becomes involved with British Army Lieutenant Ellen Abramowitz. Beckett Also meets his father's former protégé, sniper instructor Richard Miller.

Writers: John Fasano, Ross Helford

Clyde Berning - Marine Sniper Nakelski
Chad Michael Collins - Sgt Brandon Beckett
Hlomla Dandala - Kyle Brown
Rob Fruithof - Jean Van Brunt
Calvin Holloway - Jarhead
Conrad Kemp - Dustin Nelson
Chumisa Kosa - African Military Nurse
Martin Le Maitre - JAG Hiram Clarke
Patrick Lyster - Martin Chandler
Huguette Marara - Congolese Mother
Hlelo Nhlapo - Refugee Child #2
Tefo Paya - Border Soldier
Kayla Privett - Kelli Van Brunt
Noluthando Radebe - Refugee Child #1
Nicolas Rasenti - Vincent Capobianco

Release Date: 3 Jan 2011

Filming Locations: South Africa

Technical Specs


Continuity: The character Ellen Abramowitz, a Lieutenant in the British Army, does not know how to pronounce her own rank. British pronunciation is, literally, "Leftenant", for complex historical reasons. This is the case in the British Army and the Royal Navy, and in the Royal Air Force rank of Flight Lieutenant.

Sgt Brandon Beckett: One shot, two kills

User Review

OK for an action movie

Rating: 7/10

This movie has good quality action, good sound effects, and not too bad for an action movie.

Script is very weak. Poor dialogs and poor acting is pulling the quality of the movie down. I guess actors are inexperienced but doing their best with limited talents they got (or limited by the script - not sure).

Storyline is all right. It has a little twist but it becomes apparent at the start of the movie. No deep emotions and drama element, although, there was enough room for it in the story.

If you are looking for a thriller or a serious action movie, this is NOT it. This is something little better than a tele drama, which will keep you occupied till the end.

There are few "adult elements" in the movie: a short sex scene, shooting, blood, and display of child soldiers.


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