Jack Reed is investigating a mass murder that occurred in a cemetery in broad daylight. Most individuals at the cemetery and the victims are Russian immigrants and they either fear or don't... See full summary »
Charles S. Dutton,
Charlie Sloan is an alcoholic defence lawyer drawn back into the courtroom by Robin Harwell, a woman he once loved who wants him to defend her stepdaughter Angel, who is accused of murder. ... See full summary »
Alan Masters is a despicable businessman with his hands in organized crime. He marries Diane, a kind and gentle woman, and abuses and batters her viciously. Sergeant John Reed has had ... See full summary »
A lawyer who's still recuperating after the untimely death of his wife, must defend his probably dirty brother-in-law, a stockbroker under investigation. He discovers that everyone has dark secrets, including himself.
Jack Reed is sent to investigate a strange drive-by shooting which doesn't resemble a gang m.o.. The attacks continue, seemingly randomly, but Jack is determined to find out how deep the rabbit hole of violence and corruption really is.
Charles S. Dutton
When two rogues shoot at Sarah, the Police think it is the usual case of hoodlumism. But the same two men try again to kill her, killing instead a policeman. The girl is then entrusted to Jack Reed and begins to live with his family. So, while Silvera is searching for the murderers, Jack becomes convinced that Phil Brenner, former lover of Sarah, could be involved in the attempted murders. Written by
Baldinotto da Pistoia
Brian Dennehy has becomes director, star and co-writer of the Jack Reed series.
His partner of just a few months is killed while trying to protect a lovely redhead. The redhead is now living in protection with Reed's family. In the meantime the killing might be linked to some shady politicians and judges.
Dennehy enjoys playing the no nonsense cop, so though all the bad guys just simply confess. Reed is also now more matey with Michael Talbott where previously they were more at odds. The story here has more substance and having seen other Jack Reed films, this was one of the better ones, although its not saying much as a few of the later movies are frankly poor.
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