GenreAction, Crime, Drama Duration CountryUnited States
Release dateSeptember 25, 2007 (2007-09-25) ScreenplayJoe Halpin, Brian Strasmann CastYvette Nipar (Agent Kate Jensen), Kevin Sorbo (Nick), Elizabeth Barondes (Agent Marcia Tunney), Rodrigo De la Rosa (Octavio Perez), Haley Ramm (Samantha Jensen), Gail Cronauer (Emma Prescott) Similar moviesRay, Forget Paris, 2011 NBA Champions: Dallas Mavericks, Sex Pistols: Live at the Longhorn, Dallas - War of The Ewings
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Walking Tall: Lone Justice is an action film and direct-to-video sequel to 2004's Walking Tall and Walking Tall: The Payback, the film was directed by Tripp Reed and stars Kevin Sorbo, Haley Ramm and Jennifer Sipes.
The film takes place one year following the events of Walking Tall: The Payback. In Dallas, when the two prime witnesses against the drug-lord Octavio Pérez are murdered by his gangsters in a safe-house, the testimony of FBI-agent Kate Jensen and three other agents become the only chance to keep the criminal in prison.
They are lodged in another safe-house to wait for the trial, but the place is invaded by the criminals and the agents are executed. However, Kate is only wounded and her boyfriend Nick believes that there is a traitor in the agency and decides to bring her to his ranch in the country to protect her life with his reliable local friends.
Kevin Sorbo as Nick Prescott
Yvette Nipar as Agent Kate Jensen
Haley Ramm as Samantha Jensen
Elizabeth Barondes as Agent Marcia Tunney
Rodrigo de la Rosa as Octavio Pérez
Christina Hearn as Ramona
Jonny Cruz as Ciro
Mark W. Johnsonas Lt. Doug Maxwell
Benjamin Burdick as Agent Russell
Gail Cronauer as Emma Prescott
Jennifer Sipes as Crystal Martin
Jackson Hurst as Hank
Merk Harbour as Art
Timothy Vahle as John Bishop
Andrew Stevens as Andrew Davis
Lawrence Varnado as Anderson
Michael Crabtree as Stevens
Edgar Arreola as Ruiz
Víctor Quintero as Hector
Russell Towery as Agent Clark
The film was mostly shot in Lake Bonavista, Canada.
There was some controversy brought by Dwana Pusser (daughter of Buford Pusser) who released a statement on her website condemning the previous sequel and this film, saying "I have read the scripts and they are very vulgar. As a Christian woman, I am very upset with the direction [that] the movies have taken."