Death Wish 4: The Crackdown

Death Wish 4: The Crackdown

After the death of his girlfriend's daughter from a drug overdose, Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) takes on the local drug cartel.

Architect/vigilante Paul Kersey takes on the members of a vicious Los Angeles drug cartel to stop the flow of drugs after his girlfriend's daughter dies from an overdose. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Death Wish 4: The Crackdown torrent reviews

Magda F (de) wrote: il est trs stressant, il a gard (C) toute mon attention ... et je le recommande 100%

Jeff P (au) wrote: A recording of the original off-Broadway hit

Jacob P (br) wrote: Meh. It was a big rip-off of "Misery," with a few minor changes to the story. The acting was done poorly, and I really don't see what this movie had to do with "Cold Storage." I don't even know why it's called Cold Storage, it really has nothing to do with the film. But the cover does make it look more eerie, and suspenseful, and the killings were actually pretty descent, so I'm going to give this film a chance.

li M (us) wrote: you know you reached the end of your raping career when you end up starring in family movies that aren't worth jack.

David S (fr) wrote: "My ass is twitching. You People make my ass twitch."

Ben S (gb) wrote: I've never read the George Bernard Shaw play upon which "Saint Joan" is based, but Graham Greene's screenplay feels compressed, and this, combined with an all-right-but-not-quite-enough lead performance from Jean Seberg (making her screen debut) and an annoyingly mannered supporting turn from Richard Widmark, make "Saint Joan" a flawed film.

Christopher B (jp) wrote: So many faces, so little plot...but that's the way Chicago rolls!