Elimination Game (Turkey Shoot) (2014)
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as Rick Tyler
as Jill Wilson
as Meredith Baxter
as General Thatcher
as The President
as The Dictator
as Teena Fine
as Tom Faye
as Security Chief
as Seal Lieutenant
as Prison Assassin
as Olga Rashenko
as Baxter's Assistant
Critic Reviews for Elimination Game (Turkey Shoot)
There's also a lack of suspense, with events following the predictable pattern of a much-played video game.
Most of the film consists of padding: lengthy introductory spiels from the TV studio, repetitive computer graphics, flat expository dialogue scenes.
What should be a rollicking bullet train of big screen excess is instead an amateurish, borderline incoherent actioner starring Dominic Purcell, whose dead eyes and stiff physicality is perhaps the most telling aspect of this bumbling reheat.
Cheap and fun, Turkey Shoot is an entertaining slab of nouveau Ozploitation.
Audience Reviews for Elimination Game (Turkey Shoot)
I didn't know they bothered filming remakes on this low of a budget. Dominic Purcell picks up the lead in this entirely unrelated update of the 1982 cult Ozploitation film "Escape 2000/Blood Camp Thatcher/Turkey Shoot". Marvel at the movie's ability to make you scream "For once could they just let Australian actors play bloody Australians!". Try to decide if the film's use of "found-footage" to get around budget constraints is genius or insulting. And by the time it's over you too will wish that, like Purcell's heroic character, you had gunshot-inflicted-amnesia too. Taken literally that's probably unfair, I mean I wouldn't *actually* rather be shot than watch Turkey Shoot, I mean come on, it's not Ouija.
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