This action picture can't be faulted for lack of combat energy: its biggest set pieces flow through the story line like production numbers in a musical. If anything, the film has too many fight sequences. And packing so much mayhem into the movie's climax makes SWEET JUSTICE undeniably
exciting, if lopsided as far as the narrative is concerned.
Suzanne (Cheryl Paris), a beautiful small-town mayor, may not be above taking kickbacks, but she draws the line when her business partner, Rivas (Frank Gorshin), dumps toxic waste into a mine that feeds into the town's water supply. After confiding in ex-husband Sheriff Steve Colton (Marc
Singer) and confessing in a pa...