Sniper: Ghost Shooter

Synopsis: Elite snipers Brandon Beckett (Chad Michael Collins) and Richard Miller (Billy Zane) tasked with protecting a gas pipeline from terrorists looking to make a statement. When the starts battles with the enemy lead to snipers being killed by a ghost shooter who knows their exact location, tensions boil as a security breach is suspected. Is there someone working with the enemy on the inside? Is the mission a front for other activity? Is the Colonel pulling the strings?
Director(s): Don Michael Paul
Production: UFO International Productions
99 min




Are ours?

Now, Objectives

supply, sir. It is 70/30.

Are the units in place?

Roger that

This is an objective

Priority Level 4.

Looking positive identification.

- Put the team in Amber state.

- Yes sir. They are ready.

Get out!

Talk Zeus, out.

The hostages got out of the boats.

Trigger unlocked.

Look objective indicators.

It is not clear to fire, wait.

I repeat, it is not clear to shoot.

Copying, Zeus.

Speaks Rampage in scope.

Hello, Air Force. How's my

designated shooter Falcon team?

Do not you mean "Chair Force", sir?

With all due respect...

Have been out firing 2,000 rounds a week


During the last four months

prior to this deployment.

We are here to work,

like you idiots.

So why do not you ruin yourself

, Cervantes?

No, thank you, Chair Force.

Falcon in position, Zeus.

Burla the lookout.

Air Force thanks you for the ride together .

My pleasure.

Suicide, status report.

Suicide in position,

observed through his sights.

Behold a pale horse.

That's a f***ing omen.

This looks like a real damn show.

Pegasus Wait outside.

The executioner.

Bandolero in sight.

String Bean.

The death of these Americans is the result of crimes


Blood for blood.

The hostages are American, sir.

To arms, they are unarmed.

Zeus, this is the order. It is clear.

Talk Zeus, out. It is clear.

I repeat:
It is clear.

Rampage, shoot after you.

Please contact your discretion .

Young in the target group.

No way.

The boy will do first.

Rampage, kill the son of a b*tch.

Rampage, Shoot now!

Shoot, man.

I do not look.

I repeat, Falcon has the looks and looks.

Soliciting precedent.

Rampage, Make the damn shot!

Raises the knife.

I said I wake up!

Do you understand, Rampage?


Suicide, it's all yours .

A dead hostage, sir.

- Where is Pegasus?

- Two minutes.

Throw it.

Let's support them.

Identifying multiple objectives.

Aguardando turn.


- Tell me my distance.

- Thousand meters.

I lost.

Preparing goal.

Armando missiles.

Objective ready.

- Launch the missile.

- Copying.

Launched missile.

Objective destroyed.

Bring them back.

Pediatrician Colorado Springs.

It provided care

villas that had not seen a doctor in a decade.

The helicopter is here.

May run down.

Gunny, I can talk to you?

You doubted.

You lost composure.

You want to talk about it?

I'll give you the next time.

Our business has no "next time".

We only have once.

You have an opportunity to do well.

Do you understand?



Come on!


- Yes!

- It's okay.

- For Istanbul.

- Get out of the damn trash!

I thought Iraq was a garbage pit.

Syria. Afghanistan. It is the same

infernal pit crazy idiots...

Who they believe that a good time is beheading.

Hey. Can we avoid?

Hey, Red, can you tell contemplative

your boyfriend you relax?


Obsession that story ended.

Hey, do not take it with me,

underling, just because you failed.

You ruined the good vibe.

Did you have to do?


F*** you alone, Chair Force.

Do not we surround ourselves with rubbish,

to fight each other?

Fighting ons.

Do not let it get to you, brother.

I again call "subaltern"

and Rojas will be an observer.

Aungst is harmless, man. Ignore her.

What has been bothering you, brother?

However, she's right. Aungst.

I failed, when I put that damn

child in sight.



And if I keep doing this,

I not want to do it halfway.

You agree that you made a mistake, man.

I Am an infant.

I'm fine.

Are you sure?

I'll be around if you need me, brother.

Yeah, man, just give me a minute.


You followed me from afar.

Better than you do well and I


No pressure.

So what brought you to Istanbul?

Really? So you start?

Sorry. It's just...

It has been a long time since I've seen

a beautiful woman.


By business. Your?

The same. Where do you live?

Far away from here.

What about you?

I'm not really sure. Here right now.

Next week, I do not know.


Is that obvious?

You're not from the Navy, Navy

either or Air Force.

There remains one.

Coast Guard?

Yes, that'll get

if that invite me to your hotel.


Hello, Gunny.


In food cans,

south side of the bridge.

In twenty minutes.

Crazy World, right?

What are you doing here?

You followed from Syria

a reward for killing you.

150,000 by kill.

I called my office,

and came to solve.


There is nothing else to do but be



A damn mad country, right?

's All the same.

You had to ask, right?

Miller informed me.

I failed, man. I ruined the operation.

Miller would have lowered the range

me if it were not for my father.

What do you know about him?

Is gone as usual.

You're a valuable resource, Gunny,

if you need more time.

I'm fine.

You can not repeat what Syria.

She was just a child.

Listen carefully what you say, Gunny.

The work we do,

is not the work of God.

We do what he does not want to do.

There is no verse in the Bible

to help us sleep at night.

Are we morally defensible?

Maybe not.

Are we necessary?

Of course, dammit!

That's the job.

We must accept difficult jobs.

No divine providence for what we do, does it?

I hesitated.

You must turn off the emotional side of your head.

You have a conscience.

That is not bad.

But do not let the

imperfection is a friend of the good.

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Michael Frost Beckner

Michael Frost Beckner (born September 3, 1963) is an American screenwriter and producer of film and television, best known for writing the 1993 action thriller Sniper, starring Tom Berenger and Billy Zane. more…

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