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

Tale of vengeance -- outlaw style -- as Red Pierre hunts down legendary gunman Bob McGurk to avenge the murder of his Mother and Father.

Director:

Lance Doty

Writers:

Max Brand (book), Lance Doty
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Doman ... Jim Boone
Jim Gaffigan ... Mart Ryder
Jeff Hephner ... Red Pierre
Tamara Hope ... Irene Melody
Richard Tyson ... Black Gandil Morgan
Clay Wilcox ... Dick Wilbur
Shannon Zeller Shannon Zeller ... Jack Boone
James Russo ... Bob McGurk
Chris Browning ... Garry Patterson
Fredrick Lopez ... Roderigo Venalez
Stephen Payne Stephen Payne ... Mac Hurley
Luce Rains ... Phil Branch
Erik J. Bockemeier Erik J. Bockemeier ... Sheriff H. A. Douglas (as Erick Bockemeier)
Art Usher Art Usher ... Evan Evans
Gregory Chase Gregory Chase ... The Barber
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Tale of vengeance -- outlaw style -- as Red Pierre hunts down legendary gunman Bob McGurk to avenge the murder of his Mother and Father.

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Rated R for bloody violence | See all certifications »

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A decent one time watch for real spaghetti fans
17 November 2020 | by jamesparsons9393See all my reviews

If you're a die hard spaghetti western fan you've definitely watched much worse than this, and there is plenty here that you will recognize from the genre. The director clearly is familiar with the genre beyond the Leones. The acting is decent, its shot well, and (some of) the music is great. Unfortunately the filmmaker wants to be Tarantino & this is the main area that brings the film down. If the stupid Tarantino rip off bits were cut from the film (bad animation segments, split screen/time rewind, stop frame name drops) and instead it just did things more straight forward, this would be a much, much better film. And the ending is totally botched. Still, its much more enjoyable than other reviews would let on, provided you enjoy the genre.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 February 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dead, Dead See more »

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2.35 : 1
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