Fatal Justice (1993)

(Release Date Lost to Posterity)


Man, what a Stinker! Fatal Justice gets a 'Dog'!

Bad, but with some redeeming qualities!



I like Big Fat Titties!!!!!!
J.C. Mašek III
The World's Greatest Critic!

Her titties are actually kind of little!
Somehow this film recently was released on DVD with a suggestive box cover. Please don't be fooled. This is not a great action movie or even a sexy movie. In fact the female version of Rambo on the cover scarcely even resembles the female lead.

This film is the only movie I have seen that features a sex scene between two "actors" who are wearing visible Boxer Shorts and are careful to keep their pelvises a full three feet away from each other.

Interestingly enough this film also features a car chase that begins with one set of cars, and ends with a completely different set... No, the characters don't trade cars halfway through, the "producers" couldn't get the same cars on another day, but didn't bother to fix it.

I can say this, the movie was filmed mostly in and around Shreveport, Louisiana, which is a great party town to be in, so if you recognize any parts of the film from your drunken stupor, you're in for that slice of fun. Hey, I gazed up at that building after "last call" at the Kisatchie. Hey, didn't I travel over that bridge after I left the Blind Tiger to head to another bar?

Also, the great stage actor Mr. Richard Folmer does make an appearance in this film, and he far outshines the leads, including Joe Estevez (Especially Joe Estevez). He gives a great turn as a "Company" bad man, but wasn't given a whole lot to work with unfortunately. It would be a true shame if such a great actor is remembered for a turkey like this rather than his exceptional stage work! It is unfortunate that in spite of the fact that he portrays a villain so well, you find yourself rooting for him much quicker than you would the wholly unsympathetic "heroes."

In short, avoid the movie completely, or, if you wish, rent the film, fast forward to the scenes featuring Richard Folmer, and forget the rest. You won't be missing a thing!

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Fatal Justice (1993) reviewed by J.C. Mašek III who alone is responsible for the unpopularity of "the Mullett" (and this article)!
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