License to Kill (1984)





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This TV movie begins when a popular high-school girl is killed in a head-on collision by inebriated-businessman Don Murray. Facing a manslaughter charge, the well-heeled Murray hires an expensive defense team, while the father of the dead girl is doggedly determined to see that Murray pays for his misdeed.
Action & Adventure , Drama
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Echo Bridge Home Entertainment


Jacqueline Brookes
as Judge Miriam Roth
James Farentino
as John Peterson
Kristen Vigard
as Lynne Peterson
Don Murray
as Tom Fiske
Penny Fuller
as Judith Peterson
Donald Moffat
as Webster
Millie Perkins
as Mary Fiske
Denzel Washington
as Martin Sawyer
Ari Meyers
as Amy Peterson
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Audience Reviews for License to Kill

As far as made-for-TV films go License to Kill is better than the standard fare. The acting can be a bit overdone but never over-burdening. A chance to see a young Denzel Washington as the over-worked lawyer is a real treat and License to Kill brings up valid points on drunk driving while not being preachy.

Jonathan Porras
Jonathan Porras

Altho marketed to capitalize on Denzel Washington's fame he, in fact, plays only a minor role in this TV movie dramatization about the evils of drunk driving. James Farantino and Don Murray are at odds as the leads here, one the father of a girl killed in a auto accident and the other as the drunk driver. Balanced yes though slow.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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A good 007 movie focusing mostly on Bond's revenge for his CIA companion. The good thing in this movie was about the horrors of losing a kid, and the script was done realistically in that regard.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

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