Paul Kersey, LA architect and part-time vigilante, is fed up with violence and wants a quiet life. However, when friend's daughter dies of overdose, he has no choice but to go to war on drug dealers.Written by
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Gail Morgan Hickman original script was more existential but Cannon kept making him change it to appeal to "the Death Wish audience". Eventually, the only scene that remained from the first script was its incredible opening scene. See more »
In the opening garage scene the BMW was initially in a marked parking spot but was later shown in another location when the thugs bashed the windows and pulled the woman from the car. See more »
I know about your friend's daughter, Mr. Kersey. I also know that you shot the pusher who sold her the drugs. But I ask you, sir, what about the people behind him? How many children do we let them destroy before we say enough, Mr. Kersey? How many?
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German Videoversion misses an unimportant scene of 3 seconds, probably because of bad master-material. In the TV-Version most of the violence has been edited out See more »
This is a good fun movie. The story is basically Charles Bronson killing gangsters! Imagine Grand Theft Auto 3 as a movie, and you got The Crack Down! The ending to the film is even somewhat of a remake of Yojimbo! I definetely recommend this movie to action lovers! This will not let you down! For God's sake, there's a roller rink shootout!!!! 5/5 STARS
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