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Death Wish 3 UK DVD [1985]

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  • Actors: Charles Bronson, Deborah Raffin, Ed Lauter, Martin Balsam
  • Directors: Michael Winner
  • Format: Dolby, PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Final Cut Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Feb. 2012
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0067LGHUS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 75,624 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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He's Judge, Jury andiExecutioner! Paul Kersey doesn't seek out violence. It just seems to find him. But when it does... he's not about to back down! Charles Bronson brings out the heavy artillery in this gun-blazing, no-holds-barred thriller! Road-worn and battle-weary, Kersey longs to leave his fighting days behind him. But when he arrives in New York to visit an old friend, he finds him brutally attacked and gasping for breath in a pool of blood! Now the silent avenger must wage war once more on the city's punks, thugs and hoodlums. But this time he's brought a small arsenal of guns, knives - and even a bazooka - to help him!

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Caligula II. on 22 Feb. 2012
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The third entry in Charles Bronson's famous vigilante series isn't quite like the first 2 movies (which I actually like better), it focuses on action. Michael Winner made a typical 80s action flick and did a great job. Ed Lauter was a great addition and the villains are creepy enough for you to love to hate and enjoy seeing them getting blown to bits and pieces.

It's got action, it's got humor. Of course the story is totally predictable, but honestly, who cares? I love seeing Charlie blow up the bad guys and I really don't need any plot twists or nail-biting tension.

DEATH WISH 3 is released UNCUT for the first time on Video (DVD) with all previous BBFC cuts waived. I've been waiting years for this release.
As it doesn't seem likely we're gonna get a blu-ray release any time soon, I'll make do with this!

I'm really satisfied with the picture quality - also it was released in the correct aspect ratio (I think) as my widescreen TV has no black bars left or right.

There are NO extras on this DVD, not even the trailer, nothing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By stupik on 24 Feb. 2012
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At last this movie is getting an uncut widescreen release, I was disappointed to see the transfer quality.
Besides the fact that it looks as the colors toned down - There's a major Tint problem: the reds are pinky and the color tone is all wrong.
Also, No special features. at all.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LOUIS XVI ROI DE FRANCE on 17 Feb. 2012
I have said it before, and will say it again: This is one of those films that you just got to see! It's got everything! Excellent -esp the last hour of it, one liners you will never forget, people thrown off tall townhouse buildings, and Lt Shriker and Kerseys shoot-em up! You will fall off your chair laughing at the cartoon violence -the hard done by locals v the evil punks!
Manny Fraker & Barbie Wilde are the king and queen of the street punks and they terrorise the neighbourhood.

I wont spoil it -its great, please buy this DVD you and your friends will treasure it for years to come. Beautiful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Albatross on 18 April 2012
The first Death Wish was an instant hit - showing mild-mannered liberal, Paul Kersey, dishing out his own brand of justice to muggers all over New York. Part 2 capitalised on the success and is seen as a good film too (although how often are sequels ever revered as being better than the first?). Then came part 3 and everyone suddenly hated it.

I suppose Death Wish 3 is to parts 1 and 2 like Aliens is to Alien. DW1 and 2 were slow and creepy, building up tension before each of the (surprisingly few) kills. Part 3 just has Kersey mowing down muggers with a machine gun.

Okay, so it's kind of lost its social commentary aspect, but it's still a great action film. So what if some of the creeps are kind of stereotypical and a bit dumb. Since when was a street hood a criminal mastermind?

Death Wish 3 is probably the most far-fetched of the series (so far - I won't get on to parts 4 and 5), but if you're tired of soft justice for criminals, then you'll be nodding your head to the sound of Kersey's `Wilby' Magnum going off.
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By Corey Newcombe on 8 July 2015
Paul Kersey, the vigilante, returns to New York to visit a friend. But when he arrives he finds his friend dead, and the police enter and find him standing over the body holding a gun.

At the station a police lieutenant recognises him as the vigilante, and releases to go after the gang that killed his friend, who are led by the deadly Manny Fraker.

So Kersey moves into his friend's apartment and along with his friend's friend, Bennett, they try to get the gang and help the neighbours who are being plagued by Fraker and his gang...

Kersey has to be the most unluckiest man in the world. Whenever he meets a woman, they buy it. he's so unlucky that he's now used to it, and forgets about the whole thing in the next scene.

Which is what most characters do in the film. Whenever something bad happens to them, within minutes they are back to their normal selfs and not giving a hoot.

Which is why i love this film. I t has no meaning whatsoever, apart from the fact for Winner to make another movie where we see Bronson running around like a man half his age killing hoodlums.

But the people in this town are actually enjoying the fact that since Kersey has appeared, violence has gone up. In fact, during the long action packed finale, you can see townsfolk smiling at the carnage and whooping Kersey on.

But like I said, any film where it shows you a man load a gun with three bullets and then fire five, is okay by me.

This film knows it's not serious, and by a company such a Cannon. You know what to expect.

Dead people who still scream when falling. Bronson missing the first shot almost every time. the funniest stunt wig in the movie.

And you know that the rocket launcher bought from the shop will be saved for the chief bad guy.

Exceptional eighties cheese.
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