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One Man Force (1989)

In this action packed film, an L.A. cop speeds off to get revenge upon the dirty drug-dealing dogs who killed his partner

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Jake
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McCoy
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Dante
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Shirley
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Pete (as Sam Jones)
Chance Boyer ...
Ronnie
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Adams
Stacey Swain ...
Leah Jennings (as Stacey Q)
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Wilson
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Hazel
Tomás Goros ...
El Tipre
Daniel Rojo ...
Chico
Richard Lopez ...
Santiago
Borovnisa Blervaque ...
Santiago's Girlfriend (as Blueberry)
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Jacobowitz
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In this action packed film, an L.A. cop speeds off to get revenge upon the dirty drug-dealing dogs who killed his partner Written by Amsell Entertainment

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No one enforces the law like he does!

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Action | Crime | Drama

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11 October 1990 (Hungary)  »

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A magányos erő  »

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1.85 : 1
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The River
Performed by: Stacey Swain (as Stacey Q)
Written by: Jon St. James & Stacey Swain
Courtesy of: Atlantic Recording Corp.
by Arrangement with Warner Special Products
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Mostly mindless mayhem ..............
7 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

John Matuszak plays Jake Swan, a rogue cop whose partner was killed. Eventually he seeks revenge on a nice assortment of bad guys. If you close your eyes as "One Man Force" begins, the music sounds very Ennio Morricone like, and you might think you had stumbled on a spaghetti western. Instead, what you get is a not too subtle search and destroy mission. Along the way Matuszak dispenses with colorful villains Charles Napier, Robert Tessier, and Richard Lynch. Part of the fun is seeing these three creatively disposed of, deaths like being crushed by a Pepsi machine, or barbecued on a rope. A number of amusing moments make "One Man Force" almost watchable. - MERK


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