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    Shoot Em Up

    A lonely stranger called Mr. Smith delivers a baby during a shootout and is entrusted with protecting the child from criminals out to kill it.
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  • Actors of "Shoot Em Up"

  • Characters of "Shoot Em Up"

    Smith. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Clive Owen
    Hertz. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Paul Giamatti
    Donna Quintano. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Hammerson. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Lone Man. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Greg Bryk
    Senator Rutledge. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Daniel Pilon
    Baby Oliver. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Baby's Mother. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Ramona Pringle
    Diner Holdup Leader. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: David Ury
    Madam Maddie. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Jane McLean
    Milkshake Slurper. Character of Shoot Em Up
    Played by: Harry Karp
  • Directors of "Shoot Em Up"

    Michael Davis. Director of Shoot Em Up
    Michael Davis
    Birthdate: 1 August 1961, Rockville, Maryland, USA
  • Creators of "Shoot Em Up"

    Michael Davis. Director of Shoot Em Up
    Michael Davis
    Birthdate: 1 August 1961, Rockville, Maryland, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Shoot Em Up"

    Associated Press
    January 03, 2008

    After about an hour, though, it all becomes a mind-numbing barrage.

    Chicago Reader
    January 03, 2008

    One can certainly be amused and entertained by writer-director Michael Davis's hyperbolic action frolics -- I was -- but not without feeling pretty low and stupid.
    January 02, 2008 affectionate, often very funny Simpsons parody of its whole eponymous genre. It's a live-action McBane as co-directed by Quentin Tarantino and Chuck Jones.... Shoot 'Em Up is Hot Fuzz gone to the Dark Side.

    Washington Post
    November 03, 2007

    It's just gunfights strung together, without a whisper of coherence or meaning.

    Denver Post
    September 15, 2007

    The most audacious, implausible, cheerfully offensive, hyperactive action picture I've seen since, oh, Sin City, which in comparison was a chamber drama.

    Time Out
    September 14, 2007

    This is seedy, morally defunct, low-IQ cinema for airheads: it's toe-curlingly violent and mostly plain nasty, but quite fun in a debauched kind of way.
    November 03, 2012

    Far from being a spoof on the genre, Shoot 'Em Up is an action movie with the flab removed - with no more than maybe ten minutes of exposition, you're left with a series of interconnecting money shots, each one more gooey than the last.

    Screen International
    July 23, 2008

    Merrily amoral, shamelessly watchable and outlandishly funny, Shoot 'Em Up is not for all tastes, but those with a dark sense of humor will have a ball.

    May 01, 2008

    Say what you will about Bugs Bunny, at least he never needed a backstory.

    Reel Film Reviews
    March 25, 2008's certainly impossible to deny the effectiveness of the three central performances.

    Urban Cinefile
    March 23, 2008

    Clive Owen is ideally cast as the likeable loner (with a tragedy in his past, of course) whose self defence and killing efficiency is declared with deadpan delivery.

    The Scorecard Review
    March 03, 2008

    ...painfully uncool one-liners, a flat performance from Clive Owen, a disgusting job by Paul Giamatti and a plot that reveals itself to be idiotic.

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