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Shoot the DJ (2010)

| Drama | 10 May 2010 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Sean J. Vincent Sean J. Vincent ... Sean Vincent
Dan Peters Dan Peters ... Dan Peters
Victoria Hopkins ... Donna
Tony Hadley ... Eddie Richards
Ricki Wilde Ricki Wilde ... Ricki Wilde
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mara Ashton Mara Ashton ... Donna's mate
Paul Cooper Paul Cooper ... Mobster
Nikki Harrup Nikki Harrup ... Nightclub Dancer
Kim Wilde ... Herself


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2 Djs, 2 Hit Records and 2 many problems.





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Release Date:

10 May 2010 (UK) See more »


Box Office


GBP5,000 (estimated)
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Sonic-Hub Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Several music industry figures have cameos: Kim Wilde plays herself, Normski plays himself, and Joel Edwards from Deepest Blue plays the gun man. Tony Hadley's daughter who is an up and coming actress plays Tony's barmaid in the film too. See more »


Sean Vincent: Drugs... drugs mean two completely different things to the two groups of people that deal with them. To the dealer, the seller they are a means to generate money... lots of money. The mark-up on drugs is staggering, which is why there will always be dealers willing to risk their freedom to earn the rewards. Drug dealers aren't stupid... most simply give the people what they want and charge them a price they know they will pay. Users on the other hand, the buyers or consumers see the drugs as ...
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Shoot The Makers
29 August 2011 | by mrbbleeSee all my reviews

Ever had the feeling you wish you'd done something better with your life? Me too… Especially after I sat through the mess that is "Shoot the DJ".

Made for a modest £5000 this is a poor attempt to create a Guy Ritchie film on a thrift store budget. With cameos from now faded 80's stars and acting that leaves you wishing you'd have watched an episode of The X Factor instead, this movie does nothing to add to the once-proud tradition of British Cinema.

I've seen a great deal of "independent" British movies and, if you were to twist my arm, I'd have to say 70% of them work. This movie, however, does not. It really is that clear cut. So, instead of going into my usual diatribe regarding movies I hate, I'm simply going to list the reasons why this movie is a complete waste of time:

A: The acting is so wooden you'd swear the film was made by Ikea. B:The camera work is so poor it looks like ¾ of the movie was filmed on a mobile phone. C: There is nothing in the way of character development. D: This was meant to be a "life-like" representation of the east end… Seriously, Alan Carr is scarier. E: See A, B, C & D.

OK, look, maybe I'm being a little too hard on this movie. To be fair to the makers you can't perform miracles on a budget of £5000. If it had been my debut though, I'd have looked at the rushes, scrapped the whole thing, re-written the script and waited until I found some investors to help me bring my vision to life. And that's where the director of this film fails with great gusto. I credit him on having the bravado to attempt such a project but seeing as how this movie took three years to make it only enhances the fact that this is nothing more than some mates with a video camera and weak script that produced a result not even worthy of YouTube.

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