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Writers (WGA):
Nick Gregory (written by) &
Stephen Cornwell (written by)
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Release Date:
16 December 1996 (USA) See more »
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Jimmy Smits ... Jack Coleman

James Le Gros ... Cougar (as James LeGros)

Kristy Swanson ... Lilly Nelson

Vonte Sweet ... Weathers the Pizza Boy

Scott Plank ... Randall Nelson

Channon Roe ... Skin
Michael Cavalieri ... Botero

Rodney Rowland ... Butchie

Tai Thai ... Ho

Camilla Belle ... Boot Coleman

Hunter Bodine ... V.J.

Tricia Vessey ... Mama Doc

Kevin Breznahan ... Vinnie

Billy Burke ... Monk
Randall Slavin ... Willie D

Ethan Peck ... Josh Coleman
Ford Rainey ... Old Timer George
Johnson West ... Sheriff's Deputy
Don Bloomfield ... Bobby
David L. Crowley ... Gus

Shana Wall ... Blonde

Cyia Batten ... Petal

Geoffrey Blake ... Realtor #1
Lori Sebourn ... Realtor #2

Renn Woods ... Centaur Operator (as Ren Woods)
Tom Simmons ... Centaur Commander
Craig Baxley Jr. ... Centaur Officer #1

Bob Arnold ... Centaur Officer #2
Steve Picerni ... Centaur Officer #3
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joe Bernier ... Detective Smith (uncredited)

Joe Zimmerman ... Dispatcher (uncredited)

Directed by
Stephen Cornwell 
Writing credits
Nick Gregory (written by) &
Stephen Cornwell (written by)

Produced by
Wayne Morris .... supervising producer
David Peters .... producer
Original Music by
Tim Truman 
Cinematography by
Levie Isaacks 
Film Editing by
Chuck Weiss 
Casting by
Steve Brooksbank 
Mary Jo Slater 
Production Design by
Armin Ganz 
Art Direction by
Troy Sizemore 
Set Decoration by
Linda Lee Sutton 
Costume Design by
Lillian Pan 
Makeup Department
Corrina Duran .... hair stylist
Mark Sanchez .... makeup artist
Production Management
Wayne Morris .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tony Adler .... first assistant director
Dennis Capps .... second second assistant director
Rosemary C. Cremona .... second assistant director
James M. Freitag .... first assistant director
Art Department
Conrad Chitwood .... construction coordinator (as Harry Conrad Chitwood)
Barry Franenberg .... property master
Cole Taylor .... set construction foreman
Alan Feffer .... propmaker (uncredited)
Richard McConnell .... carpenter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Michael C. Moore .... sound mixer
David Rodriguez .... adr editor
David Rodriguez .... adr mixer
David Rodriguez .... foley editor
David Rodriguez .... foley mixer
Paul Schremp .... sound re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Frank Ceglia .... special effects
Al Marangoni .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
Elan Soltes .... visual effects supervisor
Joni Avery .... stunt performer
Sandy Berumen .... stunts
Bob Brown .... stunts
Debbie Evans .... stunts
Kane Hodder .... stunts
Jeff Imada .... stunts
Brett A. Jones .... stunts
Henry Kingi .... stunts
Kent W. Luttrell .... stunt rigger
Kent W. Luttrell .... stunts
Johnny Martin .... stunts
Cliff McLaughlin .... stunts
Kevin Morrisey .... stunts
Noon Orsatti .... stunts
Chuck Picerni Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Pat Romano .... stunts
Michael J. Sarna .... stunts
Danielle Shumate .... stunts
Richard Epper .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Marshall Adams .... gaffer
Joe Broderick .... Steadicam operator
Joe Broderick .... camera operator
Jay Holben .... electrician
Buzz Jochheim .... key grip
Chris Lewis .... electrician
Andrew Smith .... electrician
John Smith .... best boy electric
James D. Wickman .... dolly grip
Casting Department
Laura Seidel .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Vincent Lapper .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Tracy Adams .... assistant film editor
Music Department
Richard S. Kaufman .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Jason Belsky .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Robert Brown .... production coordinator
Will Bryant .... assistant: Craig Roessler, Los Angeles
Bundy Chanock .... set medic
Angie Lee Cobbs .... assistant coordinator
Danielle Diego .... assistant: Hank Cohen, Los Angeles
Randy Flosi .... location manager
Erik Gardner .... assistant location manager
Zack Milan .... stand-in
Jessica Narkunski .... title designer
Joanne Small .... script supervisor
J.P. Szambelan .... production assistant
Joan Eisenberg .... unit publicist (uncredited)
Joe Zimmerman .... stand-in: Mr. Smits (uncredited)

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Additional Details

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Rated R for strong violence and language, and for some sexuality and drug use
96 min
Sound Mix:
Germany:18 (original rating) | Germany:16 (re-rating) (2013) | Iceland:16 | UK:18 (video premiere) | USA:R

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Continuity: When the bad guys take Randall's car to chase his girl friend, the key is already in the car. But drunk Randall had just taken the keys so that his friend Jack and the others couldn't escape.See more »
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References "The Lone Ranger" (1949)See more »


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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Cheapie rip-off of several sources, 19 February 2010
Author: Wizard-8 from Victoria, BC

I can't be absolutely sure of this, but I got the impression that the writers behind MARSHAL LAW had seen the 1970s Canadian movie BLACKOUT before writing this. Both movies open with criminals escaping from police custody, both movies soon have a natural disaster happening in the vicinity, both movies have the criminals making their way to an exclusive place that the well-to-do live in, and both movies have a police character tracking down and picking off the criminals one by one (yes, I think the screenwriters saw DIE HARD as well before writing this.) The movie seems to be a rip-off, but I could have accepted it if it was done well, but it isn't. The characters are thin - we hardly learn anything about them. The screenplay also suffers from awkward exposition and a lead character who makes some pretty stupid decisions along the way that anyone with common sense wouldn't make. It also takes *forever* for the lead character to start fighting back, and it's slow going after that point. Movie looks pretty cheap, with some parts shot on what seems to be videotape. There is also some bad editing, among other obvious post-production attempts to patch things up. No need to see this, when there are other (and better) clones, as well as the originals being freely available to track down and watch.

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