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
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Organised crime has met its match
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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
Bronson is cast as a Vietnam veteran, which means he would have been in his 40's or 50's during the war. That would have been highly unlikely unless he was a career soldier, which he obviously is not. It would have been much more appropriate for his character to have been a veteran of World War II or the Korean War. See more
It ain't sunk into that thick brain of yours yet. See, everything goes a lot easier and a lot less trouble when you're doing business with me. You understand what I'm talking about?
You make sounds like you're a mean little ass-kicker... only I ain't convinced. You keep talking and I'm gonna take your head off.
Referenced in True Romance