Death Wish may not be another cultural milestone, but it is a lot of vicious, violent fun. And if nothing else, the film is a hell of a lot better than the godawful sequels Bronson finished his career with.
Kersey’s introduction into the darker world reminded me of Marvel’s Luke Cage introduction to his neighbourhood and the attention he was grabbing, even down to the hooded zipper as his disguise.
Dax Shepard’s completely unnecessary remake of the 70s, buddy cop show, ChiPs is a rather underwhelming affair. Admittedly though, I’ve never actually watched the original series, being born in 1989, it was way before my time and I’ve honestly never seen the point of these sort of remakes.
Kill the Irishman is based on the life of Irish American gangster Danny Greene who is a gangster from Cleveland whose story explains the hardships that certain people and in Danny’s case The Irishman go through to make ends meet.