Vietnam veteran Vince Majestyk just wants to grow his watermelons and live in peace on his farm. But the local mob boss has different ideas. When his workers are threatened Mr. Majestyk decides to lend them a hand but then the wrath of the mob is turned onto Mr. Majestyk himself. The poor mobsters don't stand a chance. Written by
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Why are they saying it's the one movie you should see this year? Ask anyone who's seen it. Anyone.
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Did You Know?
After its initial run, "Mr. Majestyk" played as a supporting feature at New York cinemas showing the 1974 James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun
(1974), after the latter film proved a weak performer at the box-office. See more
At the cabin, when Majestyk hides from Frank by jumping up into a corner of the log cabin, his feet are not quite two logs up from the stone foundation, yet when Frank looks down from the roof into that corner, his point of view shows two full logs and no feet can be seen. Immediately afterward when Majestyk jumps back down, his feet can be seen starting from the same position, less then two logs up, as he jumps back down. His feet should have been visible from Frank's viewpoint on the roof. See more
Who's this asshole?
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