9 Ways Lethal Weapon 5 Can Effectively End The Film Series

by Jeremy Spirogis
9 Ways Lethal Weapon 5 Can Effectively End The Film Series

Riggs Should Die At The End

I really like Riggs. I believe he’s an advanced, multi-faceted character. But, he was all the time meant to die, even again in Lethal Weapon 2. I believe, then, that he ought to die on the finish of Lethal Weapon 5.

When we first meet Riggs, he’s suicidal due to the demise of his spouse and resides in a unclean trailer on the seaside. The solely function he has is the job. But, because the sequence continues, he slowly heals, will get adopted into Murtaugh’s household, finds love once more, and turns into a father. His life turns round.

In Lethal Weapon 5, Riggs must be in place with an general peaceable life and no need to die as he did within the first Lethal Weapon. His function isn’t the job anymore. With that setup, it will be a bitter capsule to swallow when Riggs dies on the finish, but additionally a becoming finish for a hero with as troubled a historical past as he does.

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