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Walking Tall (2004)

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Based on the real-life story of Sheriff Buford Pusser. Chris Vaughn is a retired soldier who returns to his hometown to make a new life for himself, only to discover it overrun by crime and corruption, which prompts him to clean house.
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ReelViews
The film is comprised of four violent action scenes tied together by nearly 50 minutes of alternately hilarious (unintentionally, of course) and dull filler.
April 03, 2004
Seattle Times
When the credits roll after the climactic beatdown, the story feels like it's missing an act.
April 02, 2004
Common Sense Media
OK as a WWE grudge match, but not as a movie.
December 29, 2010
Lawrence.com
It is not quite violent, drunken, or naked enough to be as trashily entertaining as the Patrick Swayze cult favorite Roadhouse.
September 29, 2006
Christianity Today
Like the hicksploitation genre from which it was spawned, Walking Tall is long on violence and short on police procedure.
November 17, 2006
Toronto Star
This revised Walking Tall has only kinetic energy going for it.
April 02, 2004
Ebert & Roeper
... a real disappointment.
April 05, 2004
Washington Post
Walking Tall actually underserves its star, who is better than schlocky material like this would lead you to believe.
April 02, 2004
Washington Post
One mediocre, ploddingly predictable film, loaded down with cheesy Hollywood tactics.
April 02, 2004