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After suffering for years at the hands of an abusive husband, Bonnie eventually decides to protect herself by pressing charges against him. With the help of sympathetic police officer Bill Star, she decides to begin rebuilding her life by joining the LAPD. Written by
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"Magnificent Mimi"'s acting is not so bad for a former pro-wrestler, but I still think it would've been a better idea for her to try more escapist fare if she wanted to break into the movie industry. The domestic abuse angle is distasteful when it is used not by a serious dramatic picture but by a cheap B-movie programmer such as this. And since Mimi made her living as a wrestler and not as a martial artist, it's not surprising that the fight scenes (which are few and far between anyway) that work best are those that are wrestling-orientated. Overall, "Personal Vendetta" is a rather dreary and predictable movie, but it does have its high spots, the highest of which is probably Mimi fighting in her lingerie. (*1/2)
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