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A Good Man - Reviews

I watched it online, its one more rubbish guys whatever good you can find in it. This type of production, of storyline, of cast, of atmosphere cant satisfy anyone who respects himself. It`s no doubt on director and production company. During this flick I realised several times that I saw the same scenes and the same sets in past and that was so boring and I asked myself don`t that people have a bit of imagination to shoot some fresh scenes? Even if it`s a low budget flick people who are professionals can`t work such way. And its two times pity because Steven came to good shape now and he could do more. Lets hope he would manage to cooperate with another crew to make better production.


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I think the movie is a little bit better than the last two, who were very boring in my opinion. The story is mostly straight-forward which is a plus, and Seagal has more screen time than in the latest movie (although still not enough in my opinion). I have to note that Victor Webster was pretty good here. I didn't like him in the 3rd "Scorpion King"movie, but here he overall convinced me with both acting and fighting.
The soundtrack was a little bit better than in the latest movies too.
Unfortunately, the movie is too slow and probably too long. The look is ok, but I don't like the eastern europe locations. They should have filmed the movie in New Mexico instead (where it was announced at first). The action is ok, but there wasn't enough and like in the latest movies I miss bigger actionscenes. The fights from Webster are well done, the ones from Seagal mixed. Some pretty solid, others with the usual problems (doubles, camera too close). The final "fight" was about one second, which is a joke in my opinion.
Overall not bad, but not good either.
My rating: 5/10


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The final "fight" was about one second, which is a joke in my opinion.
It was supposed to be like that....that's why Seagal's character went into the little speech about honor, how to die, etc....to die in the tradition of the Samurai....it was a duel, kinda like the old west(US)...2 guys would be at opposite end of the street, whoever was faster and more accurate ....won....same thing with the Samurai duels...one strike, that's it.
a true master will cut slice in 3 places with one strike, a novice may slice once, good
will get you twice. So the end was supposed to be exactly as it was meant to be.
It wasn't meant to be a 'sword battle'.