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Mission of Justice (1992)

R | | Action | 1992 (Hungary)
"Law and order" mayorial candidate Brigitte Nielsen is the ruthless and racist leader of a secret neo-fascist group out to take control of the city by whatever means necessary.

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Kurt Harris (Jeff Wincott), a bitter, ex-cop goes undercover in the "Peacemakers" after his friend is killed by their leader. While there, he discovers that the woman wants to run for mayor, and will do anything to achieve this goal, even murder. Written by Anonymous

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Was originally conceived as a sequel to Martial Law II: Undercover (1991) with Cynthia Rothrock co-starring; Rothrock pulled out of the project and was consequently replaced by Karen Sheperd. See more »

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Dr. Rachel K. Larkin: I do believe you know my brother Titus.
Titus Larkin: [stepping forward] You will honor the doctor's wishes.
Cedric Williams: [Sizing up Titus] Ok Titus. I'm gonna give you a shot at my title.
[Takes off jacket]
Cedric Williams: Come on, I'll show you what made me heavyweight champion of the world.
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An adequate film, but the prequels were better
16 July 1999 | by See all my reviews

Jeff Wincott plays a cop who infiltrates the "Mission" to see what is really going on. From the outside it looks like a peace keeping group of martial arts trained civilians, but Brigette Nielson has other agendas. Wincott does a respectable job in this movie, but as it is called Mission of Justice:Martial Law III, I expected more. The previous two movies featured Cynthia Rothrock and it almost seemed like they threw in Neilson as a replacement gratuitous blonde. If Cynthia had been in this one it would get higher marks, but without her I give it 6/10 rating. It's probably worth seeing once, but don't expect it to WOW you twice!


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