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Fatal Justice (1994)

Not Rated | | Action, Thriller | Video 1 May 1994
Somewhere near the Texas-Louisiana border, the CIA maintains a force of domestic assassins. So secret is their work that their retirement program is a bullet in the head. Up-and-coming ... See full summary »

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Ian 'Mars' Connor
Suzanne Ager ...
Diana
Richard Folmer ...
Ted Harmon
Tom Bertino ...
Rick
Mary Joris ...
Margaret Stapleton
Doug Holland ...
Ivan Marchant
David Lee ...
George Marshall
Randy Clower ...
Ed
Ashley Chappell ...
Hooker
William Fain ...
Horace Landau (as William A. Fain Jr.)
Dot Hall ...
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John Patrick Shea ...
Landau Boy
Carrie Cain ...
Landau Girl
Jack Bednarcik ...
Training Camp Soldier
George Garcia ...
Training Camp Soldier (as George V. Garcia)
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Somewhere near the Texas-Louisiana border, the CIA maintains a force of domestic assassins. So secret is their work that their retirement program is a bullet in the head. Up-and-coming hitwoman, Diana, gets the order to dispatch Mars, a legendary CIA killer who's reached "retirement" age. She stalks him while he's in the bush leading a training exercise for recruits. Her pushy boyfriend Rick, also a CIA operative, insists on coming with her. Behind the scenes, a power play within the agency pits Ted Harmon against section boss George Marshall. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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They wanted her body. She wanted their blood.

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Action | Thriller

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The voices of producer Fred Olen Ray, 2nd unit director Ted Newsom and actor John Blyth Barrymore can be heard dubbing various characters. See more »

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Training Camp Soldier: I want to kill people.
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19 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

The lack of professionalism and logic (to mention just one example: how and when the hell did the heroine remove the bullets from the gun at the end?) in "Fatal Justice" is good for some unintentional amusement, but most of the time the film simply alternates between boring drawn-out non-action scenes, poorly done action scenes, and stolen action scenes. By "stolen", I mean that it's pretty clear that most of them (especially those involving vehicles) were taken from other films and patched onto this one! You can even see the difference in the (more grainy) film stock. Suzanne Ager is OK, Joe Estevez overacts (it would be SO easy to mistake him for his brother, Martin Sheen, if it weren't for their difference in acting skills!), and most of the rest of the cast is obviously made up by amateurs. It's been said before, but it's true: the cover is better than the movie. *1/2 out of 4.


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