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Relentless Justice (2015)

Former Australian Intelligence operative Victoria Dev Ries, lives a quiet life in suburban America where as a single mother she raises her only daughter and trains fighters in her own M.M.A... See full summary »


David A. Prior


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leilani Sarelle ... Victoria De Vries
Vernon Wells ... Mayor Jason Macendale (as Vernon G. Wells)
Lisa Langlois ... Gloria Curtis
Sonia Curtis ... Deputy Deborah Goodrich
David Campbell ... Sheriff Greg McLean
Ted Prior Ted Prior ... Matthews
Mimi Michaels ... Sherrie De Vries
Tara Kleinpeter ... Dr. Traci Lind (as Tara Sanford Kleinpeter)
Art. James Art. James ... Boozer White (as Art 'Sunshine' James)
Marco St. John ... Ingrassia
Ray Gaspard Ray Gaspard ... Frankie Fontana
Sherrie Rose ... Cinzia Monreale
Mark Rolston ... Mangine
Eric Roberts ... Lanzetta
Sean Holton Sean Holton ... Redneck


Former Australian Intelligence operative Victoria Dev Ries, lives a quiet life in suburban America where as a single mother she raises her only daughter and trains fighters in her own M.M.A. gym. But when her daughter goes on a camping trip and fails to return, she is forced to go back into action. Written by David A. Prior

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Release Date:

24 November 2015 (Germany) See more »

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Gnadenlose Rache See more »

Filming Locations:

Mobile, Alabama, USA

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2.35 : 1
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Directed & Chopped By David A. Prior. See more »


Written and Performed by Olivia d'Abo
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Glacial pace with a worthwhile 30 minutes
27 December 2018 | by SandcoolerSee all my reviews

David A. Prior's "Relentless Justice" was made back-to-back with "The Deadliest Prey", but curiously it was released two years later. It's a very similar movie, with an invincible fighter (this time it's a woman, does that count as originality?) getting 'hunted' in the woods by the dumbest villains ever. Apparently our bad guys have been killing people for years, but their military tactics consist of splitting up for no reason and then patiently waiting to be murdered. How did they even keep this gig up for so long?

The main difference with "Deadliest Prey", on the other hand, is that this movie has a very leisurely pace. In "Deadliest Prey", it takes about two seconds before the action starts. Here, we get a full hour of time-wasting. Just when you think the fight scenes are coming, we suddenly get Eric Roberts in an utterly pointless sub-plot that seems to come from a different movie altogether. It's obvious Roberts agreed to do this movie after the script was already finished, but the same goes for Troy Donahue and Cameron Mitchell in the original "Deadly Prey". Their inclusion still felt somewhat natural, while the scenes with Roberts are just baffling. He shows up in this movie and then just disappears fifteen minutes later, having had no impact on the plot whatsoever.

In all fairness, the addition of some enjoyable B-list actors is pretty much the only thing this movie has going for it. Apart from Roberts, we also get vVernon Wells and Andrew Rolston to liven up the mood. Ted Prior is pretty entertaining as a villain as well, but there's only so much this ensemble can do with their stilted, repetitive dialogue and no character traits other than 'evil'. "Relentless Justice" is not a farewell that really sums up Prior's career. He wasn't a brilliant filmmaker, but he did always give the audience what it wanted. He does that for the last act, but the set-up is so boring and pointless that most people won't even get that far.

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