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    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Lethal Weapon, directed by Richard Donner is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was March 6, 1987 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Crime/Thriller and stars Mel Gibsona s Sergearnt Martin Riggs, Danny Glover as Sergeant Roger Murtaugh, Gary Busy as Mr. Joshua and Mitch Ryan as General Peter McAllister.


      Murtaugh and Sergeant Riggs are teamed as partners. New recruit Martin Riggs joins the force after being transfered from his previous precinct. No one wants to work with him as he is a suicidal lose cannon who could go off at anytime. Unfortunatey, Roger Murtaugh is ledt holding the lethal weapon with only a few days left before his retirement.

      On the heels ...

      • of Riggs’ arrival, news of a suicide reaches the ears of Murtaugh and the dead girl turns outto be someone he knows. Searching for the relatives of the deceased female, he is reunited with his former colleage and gets wind of a drug scheme in his jurisdiction.

        After the death of his colleage right before his very eyes, Murtaugh and Riggs must go

        search out the gang responsible for the death of his friend and daughter and bring that guilty to justice.

        Riggs’ wreckless abandon for self and others prove very helpful as the two combined set out to cause the bad guys much distress and anguish.

        Am instant classic and a genuine masterpiece. Two thumbs all the way up as a truly stunning display of creative genius. Enjoy!

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