Death Journey

1976

Action / Crime / Drama

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 20%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 245

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Synopsis


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October 08, 2021 at 02:24 AM

Cast

Dick Durock as Thug
Fred Williamson as Jesse Crowder
720p.BLU
720.52 MB
1280*544
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 18 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 1 / 10

Do It Any Way You Wanna

Only one witness left to testify against Rosewald (Patrick McCullough) and that is Finely (Bernard Kirby) an over weight accountant with all the stereotypes. There is only one man who can safely bring him to LA to testify and that is Jesse Crowder (Fred Williamson) expert in slow motion martial arts, avoiding bullets, and not much of an auto mechanic.

The whole idea was unconvincing. Bad guys are waiting for the duel about every 100 feet or so of the journey.

Bad VHS to DVD transfer. Available on multi-packs. Maybe the worst Fred Williamson film out there.

Guide: No swearing or nudity. Blurred sex.

Reviewed by gridoon 4 / 10

Ego-booster for Fred Williamson

5 minutes into the film: Fred Williamson's character, an ex-cop, is described by two other guys as "a man who doesn't play by the rules, but gets the job done" (does that remind you of anyone?).

10 minutes into the film: Fred beds his first woman.

15 minutes into the film: Another woman sees Fred naked and stares appreciatively at his "thing". He beds her too.

In the rest of the film, Fred beds two more women, gets hired to protect a stupid fat guy and is pursued by a lot of slow-witted, harmless villains whom he easily beats or kills. Throughout this "death journey", he wears the same black shirt, which is constantly unbuttoned, so as to give everyone a good look at his fit body.

Fred may be a lot of things, including "cool", but a convincing fighter he is not. The fight scenes are clumsy and the shootout scenes are laughable. The budget is so low that the film can't even show a car or a house explosion! All the supporting actors are so awful that it's hard to believe any of them ever worked in another film. (*1/2)

Reviewed by abbazabakyleman-98834 7 / 10

Midnight Run on a Shoestring Budget

Starting in the mid-1970s, Fred Williamson's directing efforts were hit or miss for his own production company Po' Boy Productions, but this film is watchable enough as Williamson plays Jesse Crowder, an ex-loose cannon cop who now works as a private eye. Crowder is assigned to bring overweight comic relief accountant Finley (Bernard Kuby) from Los Angeles to New York in 48 hours. His former superiors, however, are betting that Crowder can't handle the job, but he's out to prove them wrong.

Unfortunately, from the minute he and Finley leave the city, they are relentlessly pursued by a slew of hit men in a series of car chases, fights, and shootouts. Though the editing drags on as some sequences seem to last forever, it does come off as an enjoyable action flick. Williamson would reprise the Jesse Crowder character in other films after this.

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