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Wounded (1997)

The forest rangers Julie Clayton and her boyfriend Don Powell find several grizzly-bear slaughtered in the forest. They report to their superior and he comes with the FBI Agent Eric Ashton ... See full summary »

Director:

Richard Martin

Writers:

Harry Longstreet (story) (as Harry S. Longstreet), Harry Longstreet (screenplay) (as Harry S. Longstreet) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mädchen Amick ... Julie Clayton
Graham Greene ... Nick Rollins
Adrian Pasdar ... Hanaghan
Robert Costanzo ... Stu Sachen
Richard Joseph Paul ... Don Powell
Daniel Kash ... David Boyd
Jim Beaver ... Agent Eric Ashton
François Chau ... Mr. Lee
Michael Anthony Rawlins ... Agent Clark (as Michael Rawlins)
J.B. Bivens ... Richard Pearson (as John Paul Bivens Jr.)
Greg Rogers ... Dr. Jay Voight
Jerry Wasserman ... Dr. Sam Cohen
Frank Crudele Frank Crudele ... Bill Gillespie
Michael Dobson ... Lee's Lawyer
Akiko Morison ... Nurse #1
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Storyline

The forest rangers Julie Clayton and her boyfriend Don Powell find several grizzly-bear slaughtered in the forest. They report to their superior and he comes with the FBI Agent Eric Ashton and his partner and other rangers. They team-up and go to the wilderness by helicopter to seek out the poacher. However, the man kills the rangers and the FBI agent and Julie is seriously wounded. She miraculously survives and learns that her beloved Don was murdered. Julie is deeply affected but when she meets the alcoholic police detective Nick Rollins, he motivates her to live with hate planning revenge. Meanwhile the FBI decides to use Julie as bait to catch the poacher Hanaghan. But Hanaghan has developed a weird attraction for Julie. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A hunter never leaves his prey wounded


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and some language | See all certifications »
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Performed by Love Junction
Written by Pamela B. Hammond and Santino Barile
Published by Walk'n' Road Publishing
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Fairly good but a little too "low key"
4 January 2002 | by Dave BanksSee all my reviews

This is a fairly good movie that doesn't try to overwhelm the viewers with non-stop action, chase scenes and loud, hysterical goings on. However, I do feel that the movie would have been better with a little more action and sharper dialog. For much of the time, the dialog was spoken so softly that I had to keep turning up the volume on my TV just to be able to hear what the characters were saying. The finale, where the protagonist and antagonist meet to resolve the issue is just as low key as the rest of the movie.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 April 1997 (Japan) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color (Alphacine)
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