Brotherhood of Justice (1986) - Rotten Tomatoes

Brotherhood of Justice (1986)





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In a early starring assignment, Keanu Reeves plays the head of a teenaged vigilante society. Reeves and his overachieving buddies intend to rid their school and neighborhood of drug users and vandals. But as their power increases, the vigilantes become more abusive and dangerous. Produced by the powerhouse Hollywood team of Jon Peters and Peter Guber, Brotherhood of Justice was designed as the pilot for a weekly series. The made-for-TV melodrama premiered May 18, 1986.

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Lori Loughlin
as Christie
Joe Spano
as Bob Grootemat
Gary Riley
as Barnwell
Ralph Peduto
as Teacher
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Critic Reviews for Brotherhood of Justice

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Audience Reviews for Brotherhood of Justice

"I keep thinking that maybe if I saw this when it first came out I might have liked it better. But then again, I highly doubt it. I like Keanu Reeves. I think he's a decent actor. After watching this, I can see that he has improved extremely. It's definitely not his best. Some of the acting is good. I liked Keifer in this. Although he's not in the film nearly enough. The story itself could have been done better. I thought that maybe there would be like a big blow out between the "Brotherhood of Justice", and the "thugs" trashing the school. But instead they kept it on people they found to be guilty in their own eyes. They never even found out who vandalised the school. I didn't like all the racial crap in this either. Not something I want to watch again."


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After viewing BROTHERHOOD OF JUSTICE. I thought a film with this many stars, should have been be a little better. Right? Come to find out, this was actually the pilot for a TV Series, that never made it off the ground. But, watching all these now-famous actors in some of their earliest roles. Makes the sub-par plot and horrible ending, a little more tolerable.

Jason Reneau
Jason Reneau

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A very mediokre 80's film, with a few well known faces.

Lady D'arbanville
Lady D'arbanville

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