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Marked for Death

Marked for Death

Just retired from the Drug Enforcement Agency, John Hatcher returns to his hometown and quickly discovers that drugs have infiltrated his old neighborhood. Determined to drive the dealers out, Hatcher crosses paths with a ferocious Jamaican drug lord who vows that Hatcher and his family are now marked for death.

Marked for Death review by Soap2day

Get your popcorn on, because Marked for Death won`t let you go until the very end.

If you don`t know what to do in the next 93 minutes, devote that time to watching Marked for Death and you won`t be disappointed.

The director managed to contain in this movie all the chips inherent in the genre Action, Crime, Drama.

One of the best movies of 1990, combining all the experience of the film industry of the past years.

Thanks to Dwight H. Little, many of the actors played their best roles in this movie.

The play of the amazing actors as Al Israel, Andria Martel, Arlen Dean Snyder, Basil Wallace, Bette Ford, Christopher Allen Goss, Craig Pinkard, Dale Harimoto, Danielle Harris, Danny Trejo, Debby Shively, Earl Boen, Einstein Brown, Elena Sahagun, Elizabeth Gracen, Éric Bernard, Gary Carlos Cervantes, Grant Gelt, Haile Maskel, Harry John Leamy, Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter, Jimmy Cliff, Joanna Pacula, Joe Renteria, John Endeveri, Justine Murphy, Keith David, Kerrie Cullen, Kevin Dunn, Leslie Danon, Libert Steer, Linus Huffman, Matt Levin, Matt O'Toole, Michael Ralph, Mickie McGowan, Nicholas Celozzi, Nick Corello, Noel L. Walcott III, Peter Jason, Philip Chen, Philip Tanzini, Prince Ital Joe, Richard Delmonte, Rita Verreos, Robert Ashiva Ganta Strickland, Rock Deadrick, Roger Romero Godbout, Stanley White, Steven Seagal, Teri Weigel, Terri Ivens, Tom Dugan, Tom Wright, Tony DiBenedetto, Tracey Burch, Victor Romero Evans, Wayne Montanio deserves the highest praise!

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Duration: 94 min


IMDb: 5.9

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Rotten Tomatoes: 27%

Metacritic: 49/100

Marked for Death
Marked for Death