A hard but mediocre cop is assigned to escort a prostitute into custody from Las Vegas to Phoenix, so that she can testify in a mob trial. But a lot of people are literally betting that they won't make it into town alive.
Nun Sara is on the run in Mexico and is saved from cowboys by Hogan, who is preparing for a future mission to capture a French fort. The pair become good friends, but Sara never does tell him the true reason behind her being outlawed.
Picking up three years after the events in Magnum Force, a threatening terrorist group called, The People's Revolutionary Strike Force declare war to the city of San Francisco and demand a ransom to be paid, otherwise they plan to blow the city apart. While Inspector 'Dirty' Harry Callahan is at a limbo following his unorthodox method during a robbery, he's at it to dispatch the terrorist group, by playing their game by being more dirty than ever. But this time, he's got a new partner, which might prove the task to be somewhat more difficult than ever, unless the two can work together.Written by
As with other movies in the Dirty Harry series, Callahan makes use of a repeated catchphrase. In Dirty Harry (1971) there was the "Do you feel lucky?" speech, in Magnum Force (1973) there was "Man's got to know his limitations", in Sudden Impact (1983) there was "Go ahead; make my day" and in The Dead Pool (1988) there was "You're shit out of luck". In this film, Callahan repeats the phrase "You can count on that/it" twice and the word "Marvelous" (sarcastically) four times. See more »
In the raid on Mustafa's hangout we see both SWAT and the regular officers with assault rifles. Regular police officers did not carry high powered rifles until after the North Hollywood shootout at the botched bank robbery in 1997. However, SFPD did not have a full time SWAT team then. Regular officers would carry the their SWAT gear in the patrol cars and deploy as needed. It is possible that the officers in regular uniforms could have been SWAT team members deploying from their patrol duties. See more »
Second sequel to Dirty Harry has Harry (Clint Eastwood) trying to stop a terrorist group. But due to departmental quotas, Harry's been forced to take on a female cop (Tyne Daly) as his new partner. This doesn't sit well with everyone's favorite politically incorrect cop. But the new partner proves herself and the two surprisingly work well together. I loved the chemistry between Eastwood and Daly. This is my favorite of all the sequels in this series. It has a lot of humor, a good pace, and solid action. It also has the best script outside of the first movie. This was a good series. If you're new to Dirty Harry, definitely watch them in order because the '80s ones, while not bad, don't have the same appeal as the first three.
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