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Death Wish 2 (1982, Rated R, 88 minutes): Architect-turned vigilante Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) is back, now living in Los Angeles and tracking down five street punks who murdered his daughter and housekeeper while keeping his brand of justice a secret from his newest girlfriend and co-workers.
Death Wish 2 (1985, Rated R, 92 minutes): Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson), the vigilante, returns to New York City to visit a friend. But when he arrives, he finds his friend dead and the police catch him standing over the body holding a gun.
Death Wish 4: The Final Crackdown (1987, Rated R, 99 minutes): Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson), LA architect and part-time vigilante is fed up with violence and wants a quiet life. When his friend's daughter dies of an overdose, he has no choice but to go to war on drug dealers.
Assassination (1987, Rated PG-13, 88 minutes): Action superstar Charles Bronson is at his rugged best as a man on a mission to protect the First Lady from ruthless assassins who will stop at nothing to kill her. When veteran Secret Service Agent Jay Killian (Bronson) is assigned to protect the president’s pampered and difficult wife (Jill Ireland), he knows she will be a handful. But what he doesn’t know is that the assassins are out to kill her. Not only must Killian use his lethal experience to shield the First Lady from danger, he must also do it while tracking her would-be murder.
Top Customer Reviews
On the down-side, the movies have zero extras (not even a trailer. On top of that, there's no subtitles or chapter breaks. Many will also be disappointed to know that Death Wish 2 is still the same R-rated version that was released before.
As for the actual movies, here's my opinion:
Death Wish 2- Even though it's the R-rated version, the movie was still pretty shocking. Wheras in the first movie Bronson was killing random criminals, he's now focused on hunting down the creeps that killed his surviving daughter from the first movie (as well as the cleaning lady). It was also nice to see the cop from the first movie come back as well.
Death Wish 3- My personal favorite in the series. Bonson come back to NY to visit an old friend only to find out he was brutally murdered by a gang of thugs. This movie is a whole lot of fun especially when the last half-hour turns into a video game (complete with a second player joinin no less).
Death Wish 4- A step down from the previous two, but still a solid movie. Instead of fighting punks, Bronson joins in on the war on drugs by taking out members from two different gangs until a full-fledged war between the two groups errupt. Highlight includes Bronson delivering a wine bomb to a table full of criminals (one of them being Danny Trejo).
Assassination- Bronson plays a secret service agent assigned to protect the first lady from an attempted assassination. Not a whole lot of action in this movie, butl still pretty entertaining.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Loved the movies but the only problem I had was Assassination was not on the DVD that I received.Published 23 months ago by MARYLOU
Every thing was great, What do you want me to say, I was very pleased and was very happy YESPublished on June 7, 2014 by mjbear7