Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray
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Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray

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Shoot 'Em Up

 (2007)

Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray delivers truly amazing video and audio in this absolutely must-own Blu-ray release

Mr. Smith, the angriest, most hardboiled man in the world, finds himself entrusted to protect the most innocent
thing of all - a newborn child. When Smith delivers the baby in the middle of a gunfight, he soon discovers that
the infant is the target of a shadowy force that has sent a team of mysterious and endless assailants, led by
Hertz, to erase all traces of the baby. Amid a hail of bullets and facing every conceivable permutation of
gunfight, Smith teams up with a prostitute named DQ to solve the mystery as to why the baby's life is being
threatened before this makeshift family all ends up on the wrong side of a bullet. Everyone wants the baby
dead. The big question is why?


For more about Shoot 'Em Up and the Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray release, see Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray Review published by Martin Liebman on February 21, 2008 where this Blu-ray release scored 5.0 out of 5.

Shoot 'Em Up

 (2007)

Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray delivers truly amazing video and audio in this absolutely must-own Blu-ray release

Mr. Smith, the angriest, most hardboiled man in the world, finds himself entrusted to protect the most innocent
thing of all - a newborn child. When Smith delivers the baby in the middle of a gunfight, he soon discovers that
the infant is the target of a shadowy force that has sent a team of mysterious and endless assailants, led by
Hertz, to erase all traces of the baby. Amid a hail of bullets and facing every conceivable permutation of
gunfight, Smith teams up with a prostitute named DQ to solve the mystery as to why the baby's life is being
threatened before this makeshift family all ends up on the wrong side of a bullet. Everyone wants the baby
dead. The big question is why?


For more about Shoot 'Em Up and the Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray release, see Shoot 'Em Up Blu-ray Review published by Martin Liebman on February 21, 2008 where this Blu-ray release scored 5.0 out of 5.