Extreme Prejudice
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A Texas Ranger and a ruthless narcotics kingpin - they were childhood friends, now they are adversaries...... (Full plot summary below)

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United Press International - 10/10 by Cathy Burke Though not perfect, Extreme Prejudice provides a steely Nick Nolte as the white hat hero and for those who pine for the days when Westerns were king, the film is worth seeing.
eFilmCritic.com - 8/10 by Scott Weinberg The gritty and grim Walter Hill doin' his thing.
User Review - 10/10 by Sarah F One of the great Walter Hill movies you've never seen.
User Review - 10/10 by daren y it's a man's man's movie, a modern western from Walter Hill.
User Review - 8/10 by Terrence N EXTREME PREJUDICE is an often ignored (but much better than "above average") action film from one of my favourite 70's/80's directors Walter Hill. A modern day western, really. Not only is the 80's-style action still acceptable in it's "over-the-topness" but you simply can NOT beat this cast. Nick Nolte plays one of the hardest, toughest sons-of-a-bitch... I may have EVER seen in a movie. PERIOD! He's all scowl and grunt and it looks like he could bore holes through solid concrete with his unflinching, 1000ft stare. He's no-nonsense... doesn't have anything even resembling a sense of humour... He's a man with some real issues and you know how we know he's a real man? HE DOESN'T WANNA TALK ABOUT EM! Powers Boothe is great in the role of Cash Bailey... (Nolte's nemesis/friend and to be fair, the juicier of the two parts). Their final showdown is one for the ages. These two actors are joined by a supporting cast consisting of Rip Torn (almost steals the show)... Clancy Brown, Michael Ironside and William Forsythe all doing wonderfully with their supporting roles, but knowing well enough to stay out of the way when the sparks ignite. Watch this one if you can find it. Great story, great acting... lot's of fun.
User Review - 8/10 by Keith F This little overlooked gem from 1987 is one of Walter Hill's best works. A searing performance from Nick Nolte's conflicted hero is matched by Powers Boothe's equally compelling Cash Bailey. I remember seeing this at the drive in on a double bill with Hoosiers, messed up double bill, but hey, I live in Indiana and they would have shown Hoosiers with anything and it would have seemed appropriate. Walter Hill has always been a favorite of mine, even when he's clearly working out his Sam Peckinpah preoccupation, as in the ending of Prejudice. It is a wild gunfight that owes a lot to the end of Wild Bunch, but it is riveting nonetheless. Hill is notoriously hit and miss also, with forgotten movies like the Long Riders only two years separated from 48 Hours, which is a full blown classic of all cinema, regardless of genre. Forget about movies like Trespass and focus on gems like Southern Comfort, the brilliant but all but forgotten Johnny Handsome, and of course the goofy but great The Warriors.
User Review - 8/10 by A.D. V How the hell I missed this in the 80's I'll never know or forgive myself for. This is old school action-drama when it was done right with excellent performances from Nolte, Powers Booth and Clancey Brown.
User Review - 8/10 by Sheppard S An gem from Nolte. Raunchy, violent and full thottle fun.
User Review - 6/10 by James H Decent action film, well defined characters, it has a nice style to it, but it left me feeling kind of empty. The good pacing helps. Fine cast. Nick Nolte does particularly well. Typical of director Walter Hill.
User Review - 6/10 by Senor C Personally I find (if you're an action fan) you can't really go wrong w/ a Walter Hill film. Although not up to the standards of classics like The Warriors, 48hrs & The Long Rider it is an extremely watchable & enjoyable tongue in cheek 'modern' western due to its cast (Nolte has never looked better & Powers Boothe chews ups the screen like he's taring through a pack of bubble gum) & a fair amount of violence (great squib action on display)..my personal problem was the casting of Lamar Latrell from Revenge of the Nerds (who doesn't work @ all for me in this) but big thumbs up for giving Tommy 'Tiny' Lister some work.
User Review - 6/10 by Jake A We've seen this kind of movie before but it's still worth the ride because Walter Hill drives it--Don't bother calling room service. Everyone's dead!!
User Review - 6/10 by Edgar C OK, but not great. Intriguing for the most part, though it degenerates into a one-dimensional action movie towards the end. The final scenes feel like a rip-off of The Wild Bunch, with some of The A-Team thrown in. Action scenes are OK though. Decent performances by Nick Nolte and Powers Booth in the lead roles. Good support from Rip Torn and Maria Conchita Alonso. The performances as the ex-soldiers, however, are mostly over-the-top and hammy.

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