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Shooters 2000

Shooters ★★ 2000 (R)

South London bad boy Gilly (Dempsey) is out on parole after six years. All he wants is his share from a longago heist with violent partner J (Howard) but J wants Gily to help him out on one last job that involves an arms dealer (Dunbar). Naturally, things go very wrong. Typical Cool Britannia crime actioner. 95m/C VHS, DVD . GB Louis Dempsey, Andrew Howard, Adrian Dunbar, Gerard Butler, Jason Hughes, Matthew Rhys, Ioan Gruffudd, Melanie Lynskey; D: Glenn Dufort, Colin Teague; W: Louis Dempsey, Andrew Howard; C: Tom Erisman; M: Kemal Ultanur.

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