Instant Justice

Mere words cannot properly convey just how appallingly inept this film is. Pare is a marine guard stationed at the American embassy in Paris. After saving the ambassador's life during an assassination attempt, Pare receives a desperate phone call from his sister (Bridges) in Madrid. Distraught and obviously under the influence of drugs, the girl babbles...read more

Mere words cannot properly convey just how appallingly inept this film is. Pare is a marine guard stationed at the American embassy in Paris. After saving the ambassador's life during an assassination attempt, Pare receives a desperate phone call from his sister (Bridges) in Madrid.

Distraught and obviously under the influence of drugs, the girl babbles incoherently about needing his help. Unbeknownst to Pare, his sister has become a high-class call girl working exclusively for Spanish flesh peddler/drug dealer Avoth. Immediately after she calls, Bridges is murdered by

Avoth's slimy enforcer. Pare takes a week's leave and goes to Madrid, where he learns of his sister's murder and of Avoth's crime empire. The marine vows revenge. The dialog is deplorable and the plot line so poorly conceived that no plausible motivation exists for most of the action. The casting

is as bad as the script. In fact, the entire film smacks of a home movie, its amateurish script, performances, direction, photography, and editing masquerading as a major Hollywood release.

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