1988 | DIR. ROGER SPOTISWOOD | REVIEW BY GLENN COCHRANE.
When actor Sidney Poitier stepped away from the spotlight in the late 70s and early 80s and turned his attention to directing, the world assumed that his days in front of the camera were over. After helming a series of moderately received comedies such as Stir Crazy and Hanky Panky, it seemed he forging a career path as a comedy director. And so when he bound back onto the big screen 10 years later in the hard-edged thriller Shoot To Kill (known as Deadly Pursuit outside of America), he brought with him the stoic bravado that audiences knew and loved.