Streets of Justice (1985)

TV Movie   |    |  Crime, Thriller


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After bikers kill the wife and son of an auto worker (John Laughlin) and then get off with a light sentence in the court system, he decides to seek his revenge as a clandestine vigilante.


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Director:

Christopher Crowe

Writer:

Christopher Crowe

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31 January 2003 | davidjames92026
8
| your basic "get revenge on the bad guys" flick
It's been a long time, but for a TV movie back in the '80s it was pretty good. Basic plot, reminded me of a classic Charles Bronson or maybe even a Clint Eastwood flick. Kind of funny at times as this guy is enforcing his own kind of justice throughout City streets. One scene shows him picking up a couple of no-good hitchhikers. When the hitchhikers turn on him he just speeds up his car to reckless speeds, scares the crap out of the hitchers and forces them to jump out of his car.

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Genres

Crime | Thriller

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Release Date:

10 November 1985

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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