Death Wish V: The Face of Death
Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1993)

In this, the final entry in the "Death Wish" series, Paul Kersey again becomes a murderous vigilante after the bad guys slay his fiancee.

Rated: R
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Release Date: June 1, 1993
DVD Release Date: January 26, 1999
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Stephen Holden
New York Times

While Mr. Bronson goes through the motions of revenge with his characteristic deliberation, he looks puffy and sounds terminally bored.

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Joe Leydon
Variety

Death Wish V: The Face of Death finds both the character and the franchise looking mighty tired.

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Richard Harrington
Washington Post

Somehow, writer-director Allan Goldstein has managed to make a film that looks and feels older than its original mold.

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TV Guide

What's revolting, if not surprising, about this salute to Bernie Goetz, the NRA, and All-American contempt for civil liberties, is the casual inevitability of all the violence.

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Michael Sauter
Entertainment Weekly

This might make an appropriately absurd finale for a series that long ago went over the top. But Paul Kersey's not finished yet!

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Alex roy
Death Wish V concludes the series where Charles Bronson plays a vigilante. For a fifth film, this one is pretty decent. Although it's the same old formula,… More
Dean McKenna
This return of the vigilante's story is quite captivating, and the film doesn't contain too much gore or violence.
Cassandra Maples
**SPOILERS** The fifth last and most vicious and violent of all the "Death Wish" movies based on the sadistic and brutal scenes in the film, even… More
Stephen Skudlarek
Not bad per se, more mediocre, there's just really nothing noteworthy about this film. For a 90 minute movie, well over half of it is spent setting up the… More
David Ladd
Some spoilers here**********************************************In the final film of the series, Paul Kersey, (Charles Bronson), now thanks to the Withness… More
James Kiester
I gotta say, in this final chapter of the Death Wish saga, Paul gave the cops every chance to get the bad guys before he acted. His M.O. was completely… More