Apparently the screenwriters responsible for this saloon saga have been reading too much William Saroyan. Anecdotal yet besotted with its own plot, COLD JUSTICE requires a scorecard more than a review; all the philosophizing bums and neighborhood bar heroes get lost in the shuffle.
With the yuppies nipping at their heels, long-time bar patrons self-pityingly cry into their beer. Former fight pro Keith Gibson (Roger Daltrey) wants to renounce petty crime and box his way back to glory. Amateur singer Pacito (Bert Rosario) longs to be the Puerto Rican Robert Goulet, but is
troubled by his senile father, Paco (Robert Carricart), who has lost his faith in the Church....