The Evil That Men Do (1984)

Director
J. Lee Thompson

Main cast
Charles Bronson; José Ferrer; Theresa Saldana; Joseph Maher; René Enríquez

Genres
Crime, Thriller

Description
Professional killer Holland is forced out of retirement to break a Central American government's political torture ring when one of his friends, a Latin American journalist, is killed. The murderer, Doctor Clement Molloch, is the master sadist behind the political torture of innocent victims. Posing as a journalist, Holland lures Molloch out of his fortress-like headquarters by using his murdered friend's wife and daughter as bait. When Holland kidnaps Molloch's sister, the doctor is led on a wild chase that takes him to an abandoned opal mine where he finally comes face to face with Holland.


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