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Vigilante (2008)

Not Rated | | Action | 11 November 2008 (Australia)
When Luke is viciously attacked and his fiancée is raped and murdered, he pledges to train himself in deadly hand to hand combat and use it against any wrong doers who dare to cross his path.

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Credited cast:
Robert Díaz Robert Díaz ... Luke
Margot Robbie ... Cassandra
Kazuya Wright Kazuya Wright ... Alex
Ozzie Devrish ... Jack
Lexie Symon Lexie Symon ... Pauline
Christian Radford ... Mako
James Dean ... Matt
Mirko Grillini ... Milo
Glenn McLaren Glenn McLaren ... Lee
Aash Aaron ... Detective Wright
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Toni Aaron Toni Aaron ... Sue
Sarah Jane Blair Sarah Jane Blair ... Gym Counter Girl
Joel Amos Byrnes Joel Amos Byrnes ... Battered Night Club Guy
Dave Eastgate Dave Eastgate ... Foil
Belle Fitzgerald Belle Fitzgerald ... Nightclub Rape Victim
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When Luke, a highly successful businessman, is viciously attacked and his fiancée is raped and murdered, he pledges to use every last dollar he has to train himself in deadly hand to hand combat and use it against any wrong doers who dare to cross his path. But little does he know that his own attackers are highly connected to an underworld crime family who have close ties to corrupt police and they are all actually looking for him, too. Written by Anonymous

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Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2008 (Australia) See more »

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Australia

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$1,100,000 (estimated)
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Outlandish Films See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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When delays looked like the film would never get started, producer Robert Diaz hit on the unusual idea of bringing the whole schedule forward. Amazingly, all the teething problems were immediately solved and the film was able to commence production. See more »

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References The Karate Kid (1984) See more »

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Film meets potential
22 February 2010 | by jennyrocklySee all my reviews

I too saw this premier in Australia, and had been following its hype through the FB site of a friend of mine. Fortunately the film did meet its potential.

Let me first say that all the younger and older performers and extras all did exceptionally well. I especially liked the adult actor, the father. I suspect the Director & Casting Agent is still happy at this choice. The ending was definitely a surprise, every actor amazed me.

The uses of cityscapes was very cool. Later in the foyer between several movie goers we all commented on how much we enjoyed this film.

I must say in closing how disappointing it is that I read such nasty reports pretending to be "honest appraisal of this movie on this site" they are not mysteriously disappearing. They are being removed by this sites owners and not a technical error and is not indicative of an unwillingness for those involved to accept criticism along with praise? I know this filmmaker and he is happy for those qualified to have their say, but not cowardly fake account set up loser who are so pitiful that they feel the need to make up nasty stories to defame this artist. Overall, this was an entertaining movie in which the script, directing, and choice of adult and teenage leads me to see only one thing. Talent.

Whoever feels the need to bag this film or filmmaker you are wasting your time as there are more fans of this filmmaker who receive their newsletters and will be more than happy to tell it as it is rather than the fools who vote one out of ten then pretend that they are intelligently reviewing. You are not doing anything but wasting your time for we are many.

It is a shame that someone who praises Ozzie Devrish who is in both ICU and Vigilante and The Dark Lurking and who is one of the directors good friends also feels the need to attack Ozzie's friend with such childish venom.


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