Although Mission of Justice is a pretty standard 90s action movie it introduce me to a new kick-ass action star Jeff Wincott.The story is genetic like i would expected but the quality of the fight scene is off the hook with three stand out action sequences:The Peacemaker ritual,The Chop Shop busted and the face off between Jeff and Matthias Hues that better than the last time i saw him in Black Belt with Don Wilson
Mission Of Justice (1992) 1080p YIFY Movie
Mission Of Justice (1992) 1080p
"Law and order" mayorial candidate Brigitte Nielsen is the ruthless and racist leader of a secret neo-fascist group out to take control of the city by whatever means necessary.
IMDB: 5.80 Likes
- Genre: Action |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.81G
- Resolution: 1920x1080 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 84
- IMDB Rating: 5.8/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0
The Synopsis for Mission Of Justice (1992) 1080p
Kurt Harris (Jeff Wincott), a bitter, ex-cop goes undercover in the "Peacemakers" after his friend is killed by their leader. While there, he discovers that the woman wants to run for mayor, and will do anything to achieve this goal, even murder.
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The Reviews for Mission Of Justice (1992) 1080p
There a new force of protection in townReviewed byphanthingaVote: 9/10
Not a bad movie overall...a decent plot & story(B grade stuff). Entertaining enough to keep interest(at least for me) but nothing you will most likely remember for very long after or watch again. Some decent action scenes though, the garage fight scene is memorable & 1 of the longer fights.
I saw this movie quite a few years ago, but the part that makes this movie stick with me and stand out...is the gauntlet/stick fighting scene. That scene, I have re-watched a few times. I didn't expect that scene and was quite happy with how it was done!
If your unsure of this movie...at least check it out for the gauntlet. A must see scene in my opinion.
Despite being titled "Martial Law III" in the US, "Mission of Justice" has nothing to do with the two previous "Martial Law" films - Jeff Wincott appears in the second one, but as a different character. Unlike those two films, the focus here stays almost exclusively on the male star (Wincott), who has three extended fight scenes among the smaller ones. His female cop partner Karen Sheperd is limited to a small supporting role and gets only one extended fight (Karen also sports an unflattering haircut that hides her beauty). The story begins well, but wears out in the second half. However, Wincott is good at projecting intensity and anger, and there are enough hard-hitting, bone-crunching fight scenes to keep most fans of this genre satisfied. Rent it before you buy it. (**)