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More intense than the original, but has the same spirit
The 1974 version of "Death Wish" starred Charles Bronson. This new version starred Bruce Willis. They both played Paul Kersey. Bronson's Kersey was an architect in New York. Willis's version is a doctor. Bronson handled a gun well. Willis can handle a gun well, but his Paul Kersey version couldn't handle a Glock during the first encounter with the car jackers. Kersey(Willis) suffered a "slide bite" when he fired the Glock. Since this Paul Kersey is a doctor, he has no trouble patching up his wounds. And when he helped the black victims, they would see him as a hero. The car jacking victims and the kid who was shot by the "ice cream man". Though there were split thoughts about vigilante attacks, Kersey was avenging his family. So when his daughter came out of her coma, he stayed closer to her.
Both versions of "Death Wish" were kind of the same. Only this one is updated. And it had some humor to it. The death scenes are little more gruesome than the Bronson version. I liked it very much.
Both versions of the movie deserve a 2 Thumbs Up!!
Both deserve 5 Stars!!!
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