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Utterly repugnant film, deservedly obscure
8 March 2005 | by (Toledo, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Mr. Vigilante (Robert Capelli, Jr.) is a hotshot defense lawyer who scores with one gullible female after another. His group of buddies meet weekly to discuss their conquests. Meanwhile, he wins his legal cases with aplomb, despite his mostly unsavory clientele. Even female judges throw themselves at Vigilante, unable to resist his many attractions. But, could it be that he does not have it all? This repugnant film has little to offer any viewer. It's plot, language, sexual dialogue, and utter disrespect for women are totally offensive, in a huge way. Oh sure, a few men may appreciate the sexual content but the film is not worthy of truly intelligent males. The ending was created to ameliorate the rest of the film but it fails miserably. Perhaps women everywhere can buy up the global supply of this movie and have a big bonfire. In my opinion, the world will be better off.


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