Lethal Weapon 3 Malayalam Full Movie Free Download

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Martin Riggs finally meets his match in the form of Lorna Cole, a beautiful but tough policewoman. Together with Roger Murtaugh, his partner, the three attempt to expose a crooked former policeman and his huge arms racket. The crooked cop (Jack Travis) thwarts them at every turn, mainly by killing anyone who is about to talk, but Murtaugh has personal problems of his own as his family are brought into the equation.
Los Angeles police sergeant Roger Murtaugh and his partner, Sergeant Martin Riggs, arrest Billy Phelps for trying to rob an armored truck, this being just 8 days until Murtaugh is scheduled to retire. In the interrogation room, Billy is murdered by Lieutenant Jack Edward Travis, a vicious former cop who now sells guns that are stolen from evidence storage facilities. The investigation of Travis teams Riggs and Murtaugh up with Sergeant Lorna Cole of the Internal Affairs Division. Leo Getz, who is now a legitimate real estate agent, gets involved when he sees Travis's face on a paused videotape then says he recognizes Travis. Riggs finds himself falling in love with Lorna. Later, in a shootout against a street gang, Murtaugh kills a gangster who turns out to be Darrell Smithers, the best friend of Murtaugh's son Nick. A guilt ridden Murtaugh later tries to drink himself to death, but Riggs helps him realize that they must go after Travis, the man that Darrell's gun came from.
Even though this is in my opinion the weakest out of the Lethal Weapon series, that of course doesn&#39;t mean that this movie isn&#39;t fun and entertaining to watch.<br/><br/>It suffers from the same minor flaws as the previous 2 Lethal Weapon movies. The story is incredibly simple, standard action material. It&#39;s totally uninteresting and also told in a totally uninteresting way. Also the villain is yet again heavily underused. But it&#39;s true that none of the Lethal Weapon movies have ever relied on its story. Instead the movie heavily relies on its two main character; Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh. And when you have two such characters like Riggs and Murtaugh, who have such an amazing chemistry together, you just don&#39;t need much else to make a good and entertaining movie.<br/><br/>Unfortunately the movie does nowhere live up to its fantastic and memorable beginning. Everything that happens after the opening sequence isn&#39;t really that interesting or memorable. The movie doesn&#39;t always have the right pace and the way the story is presented make it seem even less interesting than it is on paper.<br/><br/>The movie is filled with some great characters next besides to the two main leads. Joe Pesci returns as Leo Getz and Rene Russo joins the team as a woman who knows how to take care of herself. The villain is this time played by the always great Stuart Wilson. It however is unfortunate that all of these characters are given too little screen time, especially Joe Pesci and Stuart Wilson. All of the Lethal Weapon movies always had great villains, that were also at the same time always heavily underused. Same goes for Wilson in this particular case, who&#39;s talent is practically wasted.<br/><br/>But luckily the movie is still of course a perfectly entertaining one. This is absolutely thanks to Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, who still have the magic chemistry together, after already 2 Lethal Weapon movies. The two of them provide some great and hilarious moments together, that alone is reason enough why this movie is a good and enjoyable one to watch.<br/><br/>Maybe not as good- but certainly just as entertaining as all of the other Lethal Weapon movies.<br/><br/>7/10<br/><br/>http://bobafett1138.blogspot.com/
Every time I think about Lethal Weapon I remember the intro that was presented in this film. I have seen many films in my days with many intros that can be classified as classic. The one I very much remember is the one in the 2012 film Django Unchanged.<br/><br/>&quot;Spoiler Alert&quot; Back to this classic intro, it is not every time that you watch a movie and the lead actors who are intended to be the heroes in the movie actually brought down a building instead of just waiting for the bomb squad to do their job.<br/><br/>Rene Russo&#39;s introduction in the movie is well received and it was nice to see another person swing legs and do some fighting instead of just Mel alone. Richard Donner kept Joe Pesci on the cast (who although in the original script was not part of the cast) which I also very much enjoyed seeing Leo Getz run his mouth non-stop. Lethal Weapon 3 to me was more comic filled than any of the others and to me from 1 to 3 it seemed all planned out. Lethal Weapon 4 seemed a little off and more like a lets cash in some more.<br/><br/>This movie&#39;s plot has our two heroes demoted to walk the street and these guys were so chaotic at the job that it seemed safer keeping them as detectives. In this flick the villain is bold, intelligent and merciless he was a former L.A.P.D. Lieutenant named Jack Edward Travis (Stuart Wilson). Travis is an arms dealer who was running things smoothly till some of his men decided to do something stupid…, they committed a crime while Murtaugh and Riggs were on the scene.<br/><br/>While the investigation was going on, the duo met Lorna Cole (Rene Russo) from internal affairs she is tough smart and happen to be the only woman in the whole series who could handle Riggs. Now the duo now turned trio went all out to bring Travis down.<br/><br/>Lethal Weapon 3 was also a commercial success but was received with mixed reviews; again the score was done by the trio Michael Kamen, Eric Clapton, and David Sanborn who also worked on the previous two films.<br/><br/>This is my third favorite in the series, but the intro is my top best. Richard Donner did a great job with this characters created by Shane Black, and I just have to give him kudos because this series is one that too me should be left where it is and a remake should not be done or a continuation, as we saw in Die Hard 5, if you drag it you wreck it.<br/><br/>www.lagsreviews.com
A wham-bam encounter, it gives you everything you (presumably) want, sets itself up for another sequel, and it makes sure you don't recall a thing about it in the morning.
Los Angeles police detective Martin Riggs (<a href="/name/nm0000154/">Mel Gibson</a>) and his partner Roger Murtaugh (<a href="/name/nm0000418/">Danny Glover</a>), who is set to retire in one week, come up against Internal Affairs (I.A.) investigator Lorna Cole (<a href="/name/nm0000623/">Rene Russo</a>) when I.A. decides to take over the interrogation of a man Riggs and Murtaugh arrested for attempting to steal an armored car. Forced by Captain Ed Murphy (<a href="/name/nm0434676/">Steve Kahan</a>) to work together, the three detectives compare notes and learn that the I.A. investigation actually centers around rogue cop Jack Travis (<a href="/name/nm0934179/">Stuart Wilson</a>) who is suspected of stealing impounded weapons and selling them on the black market. Leo Getz (<a href="/name/nm0000582/">Joe Pesci</a>), now a real estate agent, also joins in when he tells Riggs that he recognizes Travis. Lethal Weapon 3 is the third movie in the Lethal Weapon series, preceded by <a href="/title/tt0093409/">Lethal Weapon (1987)</a> (1987) and <a href="/title/tt0097733/">Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)</a> (1989) and followed by <a href="/title/tt0122151/">Lethal Weapon 4 (1998)</a> (1998). It is based on a story and screenplay by American screenwriters Jeffrey Boam and Robert Mark Kamen based on characters created by Shane Black in the first movie. Leo was in protective custody in Lethal Weapon 2 because he was going to testify against the South Africans. Seeing as how Riggs and Murtaugh killed all of them, there was no need for Leo to testify or go into witness protection. In the fight at Rancho Royale, Lorna is shot by Travis, who then goes after Riggs. As Riggs and Travis chase each other through the burning construction, Murtaugh finds an ammo box containing &quot;cop killer&quot; bullets, which he loads in a gun and tosses to Riggs, currently pinned down by Travis&#39; front-end loader. Riggs fires the bullets through the bucket of the loader, killing Travis. He then runs back to tend to Lorna. Although she was badly injured, it is revealed that she was wearing two bullet-proof vests, which prevented a fatal injury. As the helicopter prepares to fly them to a hospital, Riggs leans over and whispers, &quot;I love you,&quot; into Lorna&#39;s ear. Later, as Murtaugh relaxes in the bathtub, his family enters the bathroom singing, &quot;Happy Retirement Day&quot; and carrying a cake with candles for every year that he was on the force. When told to blow out the candles, however, Murtaugh tells them that he&#39;s decided NOT to retire after all. Suddenly, Leo Getz bursts in to announce that he&#39;s finally sold Murtaugh&#39;s &quot;termite-infected turkey&quot; and needs Murtaugh&#39;s signature on the contract. When Murtaugh tells him that the house is not for sale and that he plans to live in it for another 10 years, Leo becomes irate and has to be shown out by Murtaugh&#39;s wife Trish (<a href="/name/nm0522306/">Darlene Love</a>). In the final scene, Murtaugh sees daughter Rianne (<a href="/name/nm0938159/">Traci Wolfe</a>) kissing Riggs goodbye as she heads off to work. As they get into their own car, Riggs and Murtaugh begin bickering about Riggs&#39; intentions with regrds to Rianne, Riggs taking up smoking again, who&#39;s going to drive, etc., until Riggs announces that he&#39;s going to pick up Lorna from the hospital that afternoon and that things are getting serious between them. They have a dog and everything. Three dialogue/plot scenes were extended for the Director&#39;s Cut adding up nearly three minutes to the runtime. a5c7b9f00b