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Code Of Honor - Steven Seagal, Craig Sheffer (completed)

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So far the reviews are not too promising, but i will certainly be getting this one as seems to be a bit different from past roles.
 

J.Lucas

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Nice! Where can I get it? :D
check your VOD on your TV?
it's for rent now...$7.00 2 day rental on Comcast network...which is kind of a high price.
this one has a subtitles option.
another Steamroller association and Seagal is executive producer again
 
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JoeDirt

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It's so laughably obvious that the above scene is 80% a stunt double, as the director said that Seagal refused to shoot that fight scene, so it looks like they were only able to get a couple of shots of him and had to shoot the rest with a double.

Not only that but the coreography and execution is really poor. Which is too bad since Seagal actually seems to be putting in some effort to his acting there.
 
check your VOD on your TV?
it's for rent now...$7.00 2 day rental on Comcast network...which is kind of a high price.
this one has a subtitles option.
another Steamroller association and Seagal is executive producer again
I live in The Netherlands. There seem to be no options to buy it just yet. Credit cards are not widely used here, so Amazon wasn't an option.
I tried buying it on iTunes, but it wouldn't let me use my credits in the US store. Only... credit cards. :mad:
 
I saw it anyway, so here is my personal review:

(Select to see spoilers)

Quite a nice movie. The action was nice; good kills and some great headshots. The acting was decent and we even got some sort of plot twist. The movie itself looked nice thanks to the color filter. Seagal didn't have a leading role, but he still played an important part.
The only thing that really bothered me was the sometimes appalling CGI. That helicopter scene... really? They should have spent more on that.
For the rest it was quite enjoyable. 106 minutes sounds a lot for a Seagal movie, but I never got bored.

7/10
 

J.Lucas

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I live in The Netherlands. There seem to be no options to buy it just yet. Credit cards are not widely used here, so Amazon wasn't an option.
I tried buying it on iTunes, but it wouldn't let me use my credits in the US store. Only... credit cards. :mad:
You can rent movies on iTunes?
I thought iTunes was a music business.
Amazon, Youtube & Google Play also have it for rental...

Youtube has a HD version also....can use credit card or paypal
It's only at 1 theater in my area....30 miles away.
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apparently it's better than 'Sniper:Special Ops'...that's only $4 to rent.
 
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J.Lucas

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Wow...19 pages and a year and a half talking about 'Code of Honor'. posting on the set pictures,etc; then when it finally comes out nobody bothers to watch it? :)
even 'Sniper:Special OPs' has it own thread in the movies section and that's only 3 pages long.
That's 2 new movies released in a month and no one(hardly) has even commented on them.
 

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Wow...19 pages and a year and a half talking about 'Code of Honor'. posting on the set pictures,etc; then when it finally comes out nobody bothers to watch it? :)
even 'Sniper:Special OPs' has it own thread in the movies section and that's only 3 pages long.
That's 2 new movies released in a month and no one(hardly) has even commented on them.
John, it isn't released in UK until next month. Also think it goes to show you that Seagal's movie popularity is very low now. Majority of people will see a Seagal movie now in the stores, etc and not even bother with it as there have been so many poor quality movies in the last 15 years.

Review at ManlyMovies : http://www.manlymovie.net/2016/05/review-code-of-honor-2016.html
 

DiDa

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I am very dissapointed. I haven't seen the movie yet, but I had a feeling that this movie would be a sort of comeback for Seagal. Everything looked great from the starts (the setpics, trailer, cinematography, limited theatrical release). But after reading the first reviews and reactions...........my god :(
 

J.Lucas

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I am very dissapointed. I haven't seen the movie yet, but I had a feeling that this movie would be a sort of comeback for Seagal. Everything looked great from the starts (the setpics, trailer, cinematography, limited theatrical release). But after reading the first reviews and reactions...........my god :(
It's not as bad as 'Sniper'...and it has a 'twist' in it which is different. In a way it could almost be a sequel to 'Sniper' if one wanted to look at it that way. Seagal plays a former Special Ops leader that's gone 'nuts' and it just killing anyone he sees fit to kill....he's basically a mass murderer in it. The review is correct ; that Seagal doesn't even speak until about half way thru the movie(48mts in).
 

DiDa

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It's not as bad as 'Sniper'...and it has a 'twist' in it which is different. In a way it could almost be a sequel to 'Sniper' if one wanted to look at it that way. Seagal plays a former Special Ops leader that's gone 'nuts' and it just killing anyone he sees fit to kill....he's basically a mass murderer in it. The review is correct ; that Seagal doesn't even speak until about half way thru the movie(48mts in).
Can you tell if the movie is entertaining? I don't mind it that much that Seagal isn't playing the lead character, but I hope the movie isn't boring...