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Last Man Standing (1995)

Cop finds himself caught between an organzed crime gang and a ring of crooked cops.

Director:

Joseph Merhi

Writer:

Joseph Merhi
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeff Wincott ... Det. Kurt Bellmore
Jillian McWhirter ... Anabella Bellmore
Jonathan Fuller ... 'Snake' Underwood
Steve Eastin ... Lt. Darnell Seagrove
Robert LaSardo ... Kazz
Jonathan Banks ... Det. Frank 'Doc' Kane
Michael Greene Michael Greene ... Capt. Demayo
Ava Fabian ... Lucretia
Shannon Welles Shannon Welles ... Mrs. Kane
Sam Shamshak ... Bob Parry
Robert Lewis Stephenson ... Stewart
Frank Conn Frank Conn ... Killjoy
Fred Doumani Jr. Fred Doumani Jr. ... Mathers
Emile B. Levisetti ... Richard Smalls (as Emile Levisetti)
Seth Isler Seth Isler ... James Blue
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Storyline

A gang of bank robbers, led by the ultra-violent Snake Underwood, pull off a daring mid-day heist that leaves dozens of burning police cars and scores of innocent victims in its wake. Heading the investigation into the gang is the equally violent detective Kurt Bellmore, along with his partner Doc Kane. Though the pair manage to apprehend Underwood fairly quickly, they then find themselves up against an even greater adversary: the corrupt cops who are on Underwood's payroll, and a revolving-door legal system that just doesn't care. If the two want to clear the streets of Snake and his gang, going by the book just isn't going to be enough. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Action | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for constant violence, strong language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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Goofs

Some of the cars did not have front license plates, which are required in California. See more »

Quotes

Doc: Mon! Mom! You've put mushrooms in my cereal.
Mrs. Kane: You like mushrooms.
Doc: I like mushrooms, Mom. I don't like mushrooms in my cereal.
Mrs. Kane: Fine!
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Soundtracks

Pedro's Blues
Written by Greg Degler
Guitar by Pedro Wyant & Sax by Greg Degler
Deggy G. Ind. (BMI)
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Jeff Wincott's best film yet!
16 August 2004 | by dvk1fanSee all my reviews

This movie features the excellent work of a too under-rated actor and martial artist, Jeff Wincott. The cast of supporting actors is top-notch and he and the sexy Jillian McWhirter sizzle together. The action is non-stop and the special effects have you at the edge of your seat from start to finish. Wincott's character is a very cool cop who doesn't do things exactly by the book and always gets called on it, though he gets the job done. He then discovers that his jerk sargeant and the rest are all crooked. When they find out he knows, he and his wife must go on the run and get to the bottom of it before they end up like his partner...dead!! While the plot is not the most original, Jeff Wincott plays out his character is stunning flair and style. What guy wouldn't want to be Officer Kurt Bellmore? This movie is a must-see and Wincott deserves far more accolades than he gets.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 January 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El último hombre íntegro See more »

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PM Entertainment Group See more »
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Stereo

Color:

Color
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