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The Rage Within (2001)

R | | Action | 2001 (USA)
Police Officer Billy Rains (Mike Norris) and his partner Darren Steel (David Rael) are finishing their last shift together, after which Rains intends to leave for retirement in Mexico. ... See full summary »

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Robert Prentiss ...
Nick
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stanley Ray Abbott ...
Uniform Officer #2
Ashley Akin ...
Val Steel
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Suspicious Man
Tim Buchanon ...
Keller's Man
Robert P. Campbell ...
Drug Runner
Tony Casillas ...
Rob
William Clair ...
Keller's Man
John Clark ...
Keller's Man
Nicolle Collins ...
Amanda
Jimmy Costello ...
Uniform Officer #1
Belinda Crabtree ...
Exotic Dancer #3
Tara Di Leva ...
Police Dispatcher
Evv Dinay ...
Exotic Dancer #1
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Shane
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Police Officer Billy Rains (Mike Norris) and his partner Darren Steel (David Rael) are finishing their last shift together, after which Rains intends to leave for retirement in Mexico. Everything changes, however, when the pair respond to a simple call that turns deadly, leading them on a high-speed chase throughout the city and killing Rains. Paired with a new partner, Smith (Fred Williamson), Steel goes on a quest to bring justice to his murdered partner and the city. Written by IvanWong

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Rated R for violence, language and nudity
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Dipsasmeni ekdikisi  »

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The Rage Within me...
29 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

The Rage Within is directed by and also stars Mike Norris but is only worth watching if your a Richard Norton fan, and you want to see everything that he has done, otherwise i would not bother with this.

Andrew Divoff and Fred Williamson also star in this but i don't know why they chose to be wasted in this type of movie. It does have some action and there's two fight scenes with Richard Norton but nothing that great.

There's a couple of funny moments with Fred Williamson but for the most part the movie is just boring and not interesting..

Conclusion - Nothing Special.. 4 out of 10


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