DEATH WISH (Theatrical Release USA 1974)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.4|5.0 Starsìììì

Death Wish
—Charles Bronson classic—keeps its beat and shows well within its genre. While Clint Eastwood dominated this type of storyline and Bruce Willis added his own personal touch to this type of movie set, Charles Bronson cannot be faulted for his outstanding interpretation of a very adept vigilante hunter. He comes off as a no-nonsense, exceptionally hardened threat to evil.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


After his wife is murdered, a man hunts street persons who break the law.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Michael Winner for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Hal Landers, Bobby Roberts, and Dino De Laurentiis for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson), Joanna Kersey (Hope Lange), Frank Ochoa (Vincent Gardenia), Jack Toby (Steven Keats), Sam Kreutzer (William Redfield), Aimes Jainchill (Stuart Margolin), Police Commissioner (Stephen Elliott), Carol Toby (Kathleen Tolan), Hank (Jack Wallace), District Attorney (Fred J. Scollay), Ives (Chris Gampel), Joe Charles (Robert Kya-Hill), Lieutenant Briggs (Edward Grover), Freaks (Jeff Goldblum and Christopher Logan).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This is a tough story. Be warned that the opening scenes are exceptionally graphic and realistic. The movie works as a guy flick and for Charles Bronson fans.

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