College student Kevin (James Van Patten) snaps after his younger sister is found raped and murdered by a group of thugs. He thinks the cops are useless -- and that includes his father, Lt. Bob Carrigan (Ernest Borgnine), and partner Sgt. John Austin (Richard Roundtree). Along with his fraternity brothers, Kevin decides to dole out his own brand of justice by tracking down not only his sister's killers, but also all lowlifes and criminals. Soon, Kevin's own life starts spinning out of control.
Review: Violence begets violence – can be endlessly exploited a similar theme. Following the ribbon “Class 1984” Mark Lester at the same time there was not a futuristic time action, but a very realistic picture of the “Young Warriors” in which college students in response to the sassy, unpunished crime cried out for a tough self-defense. And the group of young men led by none other than Kevin, the son did not know it in California Police Lieutenant Bob Kerrigan
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