Seven Hours to Judgment (1988)





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Movie Info

A judge becomes guilt-ridden after a technicality forces him to release a band of murderous crooks in this crime thriller. As a result of his action, an anguished husband becomes a bloodthirsty vigilante looking for revenge against the crooks because they murdered his wife. This causes the judge to enter the gang's dangerous neighborhood to see that justice is finally done.

Rating: R (adult situations/language, violence)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By: Steven E. de Souza, Elliot Stephens, Walter Halsey Davis
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 3, 2003
Media Home Entertainment


as Judge John Eden

as David Reardon

as Lisa Eden

as Ira Martin

as Danny Larwin

as Young Boy

as Ellen Reardon

as Jorges

as Ellen Reardon

as Officer Wilton

as TV Reporter

as Lisa's Friend

as Taxi Driver

as Doowa's Cabbie

as Subway Worker

as Subway Worker

as John's Cabbie

as Slinky Girl

as Cab Passenger

as Bartender

as Court Reporter

as Larwin's Friend

as Squatter

as Court Reporter

as Court Reporter

as Hospital Attendant i...

as Elderly Woman

as TV Announcer

as TV News Court Report...

as Reardon's Van Driver

as Movie Announcer

as Elderly Woman
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The usual 80s action/thriller type flick, pretty boring for the most part, but the ending is pretty cool, so it's not that bad. Overall it's okay.

Aj V

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This is a predictable action thriller movie from the 80s with all the trimmings. The only thing I liked about the movie was how the bad guy had that "donkey kong" style computer game to monitor Bridges' journey to save his wife. He set all kinds of traps for him too. Other than that last part of the movie, the rest was just so-so.

Lisa Spader

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