New York City factory worker Eddie Marino (Robert Forster, Oscar nominee for JACKIE BROWN) is a solid citizen and regular guy, until the day a sadistic street gang brutally assaults his wife and murders his child. But when a corrupt judge sets the thugs free, Eddie goes berserk and vows revenge.

When his wife is attacked and son killed by gang members, an outraged family man (Robert Forster) joins a co-worker's (Fred Williamson) vigilantes against the New York street gang. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Vigilante torrent reviews

Andy T (ca) wrote: My first Russian film. Watching it made double screening very easy shall we say. Uncomfortable viewing towards the end.

Elyssa S (fr) wrote: High rating there...Just got this movie, i will give it a try!Thanx reviewers

dean h (gb) wrote: very good part 2... just as good as the first

Merry J (br) wrote: This was excellent! Jamie Fox did an excellent job portraying Ray Charles.

Bob W (au) wrote: Among the most important films of this century: greatest anime classic, wonderful children's film, beautiful and lavish illustration, and fantastic fairy tale. Winner of many awards. Probably will go down as best film of that year if not decade.

x x (it) wrote: Seeing as how I live 20 minutes from New Waterford, I had to watch this movie. It was not great.

Dave J (de) wrote: This movie is *very* underrated. It's panned for being too similar to Home Alone simply because it has a slapstick element. Maybe at the time of its release it wasn't able to be properly appreciated because audiences were growing tired of slapstick. But it's a very smart film with top notch interactions between Dennis and Mr Wilson, Margaret, and the villain played by Christopher Lloyd.This film almost certainly improves with age. I encourage all audiences to give it a shot. My 3 year old son loves it. And I love watching it with him.

Ben B (ru) wrote: This coming-of-age movie stars Johnny Depp in the titular role, and he does fantastic work. However, the real story here is the performance given by Leonardo DiCaprio. Playing a young adult with mental illness, DiCaprio managed to pull off a wonderful performance without being offensive or watered-down. The subtle music really fit in well with the small-town feel. There were a few conveniences in the storyline, namely with the Carver family, but it didn't take away from the effect of the film overall. As far as feel-good movies go, this is one of the better examples; a bittersweet happy ending can have a lasting touch, and What's Eating Gilbert Grape has clearly impacted viewers to have such a following today.

solidity q (us) wrote: I'm shocked this movie did so poorly. It's really quite good. And very scary.

Keith Z (es) wrote: wild in the streets!!!