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John Doe: Vigilante

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John Doe is considered both as a hero and a villain. Disappointed at the legal system that tolerates the criminals, John decides to enforce the law on his own by killing one criminal at a time. He soon attaches the curiosity of public media as well as becomes an inspiration for a group of copycat vigilantes.
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Los Angeles Times
The fatal flaw of "John Doe" is its focus on ideas, rather than people. The protagonist's victims are so cartoonishly evil they might as well be twirling their mustaches before being shot in the head.
March 20, 2014
RogerEbert.com
This is supposed to be a thriller, by the way. It's more of a slog, not so much a whodunit as a whydunit-and by the end, it's: Who cares?
March 21, 2014
The Age (Australia)
John Doe: Vigilante starts in promising fashion then fizzles. Dolen and writer Stephen M. Coates give Doe a narrow focus: his targets are obvious malefactors, all male, ranging from paedophiles to sadists.
October 15, 2014