Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1994)
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In this final film in the Death Wish series, Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) returns to New York City, where he attempts to resume a normal life by proposing to his girlfriend Olivia (Lesley-Anne Down), a fashion designer. However, Olivia runs afoul of her ex-husband Tommy O'Shea (Michael Thomas Parks), a ruthless gangster, and she's killed by his henchmen. If history has taught us anything, it's that Paul Kersey does not take the death of his loved ones lying down, and soon Paul is heavily armed
Jun 1, 1993 Wide
Jan 26, 1999
Lt. Mickey King
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While Mr. Bronson goes through the motions of revenge with his characteristic deliberation, he looks puffy and sounds terminally bored.
Somehow, writer-director Allan Goldstein has managed to make a film that looks and feels older than its original mold.
This might make an appropriately absurd finale for a series that long ago went over the top. But Paul Kersey's not finished yet!
Death Wish V: The Face of Death finds both the character and the franchise looking mighty tired.
What's revolting, if not surprising, about this salute to Bernie Goetz, the NRA, and All-American contempt for civil liberties, is the casual inevitability of all the violence.
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