Extreme Prejudice

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Walter Hill's modern western stars Nick Nolte as a Texas Ranger in pursuit of Powers Boothe, an infamous drug czar who was once Nolte's best friend.


Nick Nolte
as Jack Benteen
Powers Boothe
as Cash Bailey
Michael Ironside
as Major Paul Hackett
Maria Conchita Alonso
as Sarita Cisneros
Rip Torn
as Sheriff Hank Pearson
Clancy Brown
as Sgt. Larry McRose
William Forsythe
as Sgt. Buck Atwater
Matt Mulhern
as Sgt. Declan Patrick Coker
Larry B. Scott
as Sgt. Charles Biddle
Dan Tullis Jr.
as Sgt. Luther Fry
Marco Rodriguez
as Deputy Cortez
James Lashly
as Deputy Purvis
Tony Frank
as Clarence King
Mickey Jones
as Chub Luke
Kent Lipham
as T.C. Luke
Sam Gauny
as Pearly Grips
Gil Reyes
as Rincon Norte Bartender
Richard L. Duran
as Man With Club
Tony Lattanzi
as Man In Empoyment Office
Christina Garcia
as Biddle's Girl
Charles Lewis
as Chicken Champ Kid
Erin Bowden
as Donna Lee
Frank Lugo
as Jalisco Bartender
Jimmy Ortega
as Young Mexican Man
Lin Shaye
as Employment Office Clerk
Anthony Lattanzio
as Man in Employment Office
Ken Medlock
as Redneck in Bank
Michelle Lynn Rosen
as Woman In Airport
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Audience Reviews for Extreme Prejudice

  • Dec 24, 2013
    <i>Extreme Prejudice</i> stars Nick Nolte as a badass Texas ranger, was directed by Walter Hill, contains R-rated violence, has a moody 80s soundtrack, features the beautiful María Conchita Alonso singing the Mexican classic <i>¡Ay Jalisco, no te rajes!</i> and closes the show with a Peckinpah-like climax, maybe because Hill was paying homage to his mentor. By definition, this is a bad film but I still recommend it openly to hardcore fans of the 80s genre, which is officially the best decade for campy and cult action filmmaking in Hollywood. 56/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer
  • Nov 08, 2011
    Terrific dated action feast from Walter Hill that clearly shows early ideas for his other action feasts and also kinda reminded me of an early 'Expendables' type film. The cast in this is pretty awesome in terms of characters actors, Nolte, Ironside, Torn, Powers Boothe, Maria Conchita Alonso, Clancy Brown, William Forsythe, Marco Rodríguez, Mickey Jones and Tommy 'Tiny' Lister...oddly. Its basically a big build up to a big shoot em up at the finale between everyone with double cross and bullets flying everywhere, very over the top and so very very 80's, lovely. Nothing much to explain really, if you like loud action flicks with plenty of henchmen getting shot in slow motion then this is for you baby, Nolte is gruff and miserable, Ironside is evil and slimy whilst Forsythe is like a hurricane with profanity filled fast dialog. Love how in these films everyone seems to get shot in the shoulder or just below, doesn't matter how many times they get shot or the range its always the shoulder area, brilliant!.
    Phil H Super Reviewer
  • Jan 02, 2010
    An action packed modern day Western
    Brody M Super Reviewer
  • Sep 01, 2008
    How the hell I missed this in the 80's I'll never know or forgive myself for. This is old school action-drama when it was done right with excellent performances from Nolte, Powers Booth and Clancey Brown.
    A.D. V Super Reviewer

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