“We got to talk about what’s happening in Chicago.” Everybody’s watching this viral video of this guy in a hoodie they’re calling the grim reaper, he stopped a car-jacking. Is he right for taking the law into his own hands?” In the remake of the classic thriller ‘Death Wish’ (1974) Bruce Willis stars as an emergency room surgeon in Chicago whose wife and college-age daughter are viciously attacked in their suburban home.
“Doc, something has happened. You can’t go in there.” “I love my family but when they needed me the most I failed to protect them.” “The men who did it are out there.” “So, there’s nothing that you can do, is that what you’re saying?” With the police overloaded with crimes, he vigilantly hunts his family’s assailants to deliver justice. “If a man really wants to protect what’s his he has to do it for himself.” “I want to buy a gun.”
“Who are you?” “Your last customer.” “You’re not a cop.” “Somebody has to do it.” The mild-mannered father is transformed into a killing machine as the city wonders if he’s a grim reaper or a guardian angel. “Somebody has to do it, I’m going to hunt them down one by one.”
“He’s become a folk hero. They called him a guardian angel.” “He saved my life.” The MGM reimagining of the classic thriller of the same name which starred Charles Bronson in the lead, based on the 1972 novel written by Brian Garfield. Directed by Eli Roth from a screenplay written by Joe Carnahan with a cast that includes Bruce Willis, Vincent D’Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, Kimberly Elise and Mike Epps, ‘Death Wish’ is scheduled to be released on March 2, 2018, by Annapurna Pictures.
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