• 电影名称 Vigilante

  • ——If the law won't get them... we will!
  • 中文名称 街头黑帮
  •  类型  动作 / 犯罪 / 惊悚
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 30 min (90 min)
  • 上映时间 16 September 1983 (USA)
First off, yes, 'Vigilante' does bear some superficial resemblances to'Death Wish'. But in other ways it is a different kind of animal, tougher,more realistic and believable. Directed by William Lustig in between histrash classic 'Maniac' and 'Maniac Cop', the movie greatly benefits from thestrong p...
Vigilante (1983) is a revenge flick in the style of 70's Italian Crimefilms (He even shot it in Scope). Robert Forester plays Marino, anaverage working joe who's family is attacked by an inner city streetgang. When the justice system fails him, Marino can't take it anymoreand with the help of his co...
Directed by William Lustig (of Maniac fame), this thriller is quite good.Fred Williamson is magnificent as the leader of a group of vigilantes, andJackie Brown star Robert Forster also stars. The version i watched sufferedbadly from a 'pan-and-scan' transfer, which is a shame because the movie isqui...
When a sleazball defense attorney (Joe Spinell) gets a lenient sentencefor the leader of the gang who cut up the wife and killed the son ofEddie Marino (Robert Forster) he decides to take matters into his ownhand, after her gets out of jail himself for contempt of court. He getshelp from Fred 'The H...
I saw this one when it came out in France, after "Maniac", and loved it. Now, the "seventies" look of the movie remains dated, but this one has kept part of the nastiness of Blaxploitation movies as well as the urban esthetics of "Dirty Harry". This is not Bronson-like stuff, since the "Vigilantes"...
If like me you are an avid fan of sleazy and grubby looking flickspacked with sleazy and grubby looking characters, filmed in sleazy andgrubby looking locations then this is the film for you. The film isessentially a revenge thriller, which tips an over sized Barbisio hatto the Italian Euro-Crime fl...
Eddie Marino (Forster) is a blue-collar guy who goes to his factoryjob, then goes to the local dive bar with his friends (Nick, Burke, andRamon - Williamson, Bright and Carberry, respectively), then comes hometo his loving wife (Alda) and son. His simple life is interrupted whena vicious street gang...
Vigilante is a grim and hard hitting revenge themed action flick in thevein of Deathwish. Robert Foster is father and husband who 's wife andson were victims in a home invasion . He looks to friend FredWilliamson for help in seeking revenge. Directed by William Lustig ofManiac fame. Vigilante is rea...
Director William Lustig followed up his classic "Maniac" with thisequally potent thriller. Robert Forster offers an interesting, low keyportrayal of Eddie Marino, a blue collar guy whose wife and son aresavagely attacked by loathsome punks. When Eddie realizes that hecannot rely on the "justice" sys...
First and foremost I am still shocked this is an 80's movie, Igenuinely thought this was a trashy 70's flick at first. OK in allhonesty I kinda thought it was a blaxploitation movie because FredWilliamson was in it and the whole thing looks so grungy and cheap.Just look at the movie poster...it look...
Director William Lustig's stirring low-cost vigilante picture issomething a little more than your exploitative gung-ho revenge story,as while the material is lank and far-fetched its still implodes withsome minor goods. Honestly the first time I came across it, I was leftunder whelmed and this can b...
Vigilante is a gritty, violent, and controversial revenge flick.Vigilante gets compared to Death Wish often, but vigilante is the morefulfilling and entertaining film. Robert Forster stars as a father andhusband who gets driven to the point of vigilantism after his son iskilled and his wife deformed...
"Vigilante" (1983, William Lustig) Ah, the vigilante thriller. I'm abit critically underqualified to speak on this sort of film. I haven'tseen "Death Wish", nor any of its sequels. But here is a film that isso upfront with its intentions that it doesn't even come up with atitle. It named itself afte...
A rough, raw film with The Best opening scene/speech of all films Ihave seen. You gotta see it. Fred (with a manly beard) Williamsonrebuking and motivating the apathetic and down-trodden souls. Man witha vision - a man of action.The things I like about this movie are the raw realism - one canidentif...
This movie rocks. It just rocks.Fred WIlliamson is a freaking' prince in this picture. Though it is still very much a gritty, cheap action exploitationpicture that would feel very much at home in a 42nd street double bill,it entertained me far more than any slick, expensive action pictureI've seen t...
Even though the original "Death Wish" dates from 1974 already, thepopularity of "vigilante" movies only truly skyrocketed during the late70's and especially during the early 1980's. This shouldn't come toomuch as a surprise because the early 80's were a glorious period forall kinds of cheap and grit...
Mean-spirited vigilante exploitation cinema from the early 80s - yougotta love it. William Lustig, the director most famous for the grittyserial killer shocker "Maniac" (1980) and his "Maniac Cop" films,created a cult flick with this "Vigilante" (1983), a film that easilysurpasses all the "Death Wis...
Vigilante (1983) *** (out of 4) Working class Eddie Marino (Robert Forster) has his child killed andwife severely beaten by a group of thugs. He believes in the law so heallows the courts to handle it but the criminal gets off without anytime so Eddie joins a vigilante group led by his friend (FredW...
The average rating for this movie is way too low. I guesspeople don't like violent movies that much. This moviehas some violent scenes, that's true but it's so much morethanthat. Fred Williamson's speech at the beginning of themoviehits straight home. I hardly see this movie on television.I think it...
Released in 1982 to hostile reviews, VIGILANTE is a technically proficientsophomore effort by Bill Lustig. Inspired by the Euro-Italian DEATH WISHclones of the middle 1970s (sort of an homage to an homage)VIGILANTE isblessed with a cast B-movie stars, good widescreen photography and aMorricone-esque...
A husband has to take justice in his own hands, reluctantly at first,in the end comes to see the necessity. His wife has been brutalized bynasty gang-bangers in their own home, their little son torn to pieces;so we're made to feel for the necessity, we pore with interest over theugly world where but...
After a tragic homicide that left Eddie falco's son dead,he seeksvengeance in the face of the law. With no help from the legal systemand police officers, Eddie and his crew must track down the killerwho's responsible for their atrocious act. This movie is awesome andvery accustom to its era and soci...
This is a great old revenge tale from the early 80s. If you like Death Wishparts One through Three, you'd most likely enjoy "Vigilante"! William Lustig, onceagain, goes for the throat with extreme violence and action. Robert Forester is great asthe Man They Pushed Too Far. Fred Williamson is awe...
Call me irresponsible, but I love movies like this. William Lustig deliversthe goods again (I love the Maniac Cop movies, too) and Fred Williamsondelivers The Hammer to the bad guys and the creeps who have taken over OurNeighbourhoods! The late 70s and early 80s were the Golden Age of the 'takeback ...
***SPOILERS*** One of the better "Death Wish" clones that came out ofHollywood in the 1970's & 1980's has hard working family man EddieMarino, Robert Forster, take the law into his own hands and exactjustice against those low lives who murdered his four year old sonScott, Dante Joseph, and brutally ...
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