NYPD Detective Sara Pezzini's main goal in life was to bring down Tommy Gallo, the hitman who killed her father, her best friend, and eventually her partner. While chasing down one of Gallo's thugs, she acquires the Witchblade, an enchanted armored glove once used by Joan of Arc that deflects bullets, extends into bladed weapons, produces visions, and neatly compacts itself into a bracelet. She uses it to help her take down Gallo with the aid of businessman Kenneth Irons and his enigmatic and lethal compatriot Ian Nottingham.
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A new force of justice has arrived on the streets of New York.
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The film ends with a comic book-style image of Sara. This is actually a picture of the comic book version of Witchblade, modified to reflect the costume of the TV version (which is considerably more conservative than the skimpy comic version). See more
[as Sara drives away from the club, Gallo suddenly rises from where he has hidden in the back seat and holds a pistol to Sara's head
Buona sera, bella.
Ooh, you know, I always like that moniker. Watch the potholes, 'cuz I want to talk to you for a minute before I snuff out your vapid little martyr life. I like the little peach-fuzz hair standing up on the back of your neck. You know, your holier-than-thou attitude used to really make me angry; but now, I just find it amusing. You ...
Keep Hope Alive
Written by Ken Jordan
(uncredited) and Scott Kirkland' (uncredited)
Performed by The Crystal Method See more