Cry Vengeance

Cry Vengeance

DVD - 2013 | Widescreen version
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Vic Barron, a former San Francisco detective, is released from prison after three years for crimes he didn't commit. His wife and child were blown up in a car bomb meant for him, leaving him physically and emotionally scarred for life, and he was framed as a dirty cop and lost his job. Now he's crying vengeance against all those responsible.
Publisher: [United States] : Olive Films, [2013]
Edition: Widescreen version
Branch Call Number: DVD C DRAMA
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (82 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in


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Jrichson Dec 29, 2014

Yes, a "B" Film Noir at best. There was a viable storyline with classic elements of the genre that were just not well executed. The characters, except for the father, were pretty sketchy. Its backstory, including the villain's twisted plot to seek revenge on a child, left a lot to be desired.

Nov 27, 2014

This is a “B” film noir, with the second half being a lot better than the first half. I really liked the part where the hardened ex-convict was brought back to life by his realization that he could feel good about being decent to his enemy’s little daughter. The suspense in the last half may have redeemed the film, just as Mark Stevens, playing, Vic, the ex-convict, may end up being redeemed for his vengeful feelings. "B" actor, Skip Homeier, played a scary, psychotic menace just like Richard Widmark in Kiss of Death, but Homeier never made it out of "B" movies.


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Jrichson Jan 05, 2015

Frightening or Intense Scenes: Initial interaction with child feared to be in danger.


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Jrichson Jan 08, 2015

“A guy can run just so far. For guys like us there just aint no answers. For guys like us, there just aint...look at all the bits we've done we coulda fried for. The one thing we don't do, we get the heat. How do you figure something like that?”


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