5 Reasons Lethal Weapon 5 Would Be Great

Who doesn’t love Murtaugh and Riggs? They were arguably the best crime fighting duo to come out of the 80s and 90s. Danny Glover played Murtaugh through four films. He was a cop that just wanted his pension and for the days to go a little easier. Then there was Riggs. He was a partly suicidal cop that lived for the action. That dynamic, written by Shane Black, became the basis for practically every buddy cop movie to come later.

The last Lethal Weapon film to be made and released was Lethal Weapon 4 in 1998 (unless you count the unofficial sequel from the gang in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia). That movie wasn’t notable for much except introducing American audiences to Jet Li. The movie did an Ok job of getting everyone together and closing out the series, but the series had lost the refreshing taste the
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