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Do you own every Seagal movie to date?

lee nicholson

Well-Known Member
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It's a TRUE JUSTICE story (that isn't available on Blu-Ray in the UK....so I managed to get an Italian disc)
The UK is a bit hit and miss with certain Seagal movies on Blu-ray.
DEADLY CROSSING was another.
ABSOLUTION, CODE OF HONOUR, ASIAN CONNECTION, KILLING SALAZAR, CONTRACT TO KILL, A GOOD MAN were released in the UK on DVD only
 
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J.Lucas

Active Member
#24
It's a TRUE JUSTICE story (that isn't available on Blu-Ray in the UK....so I managed to get an Italian disc)
The UK is a bit hit and miss with certain Seagal movies on Blu-ray.
DEADLY CROSSING was another.
ABSOLUTION, CODE OF HONOUR, ASIAN CONNECTION, KILLING SALAZAR, CONTRACT TO KILL, A GOOD MAN were released in the UK on DVD only
Oh..ok...but I thought all those True Justice releases had the 'True Justice' subtitle or label on them
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You seem to figure out a lot about some of these movies...
the end of 'General Commander'...who shot the drone missle? I thought it was the CIA...they showed the building front right before it...but they also showed the head of the CIA asking his where about's.....what it a 'sub' CIA operation? I think someone posted it was affilliated with the main villian...which I don't buy.
 
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lee nicholson

Well-Known Member
#25
You seem to figure out a lot about some of these movies...
the end of 'General Commander'...who shot the drone missle? I thought it was the CIA...they showed the building front right before it...but they also showed the head of the CIA asking his where about's.....what it a 'sub' CIA operation? I think someone posted it was affilliated with the main villian...which I don't buy.
From what I remember, the guy who ordered the drone strike (at the end) was the C.I.A. Handler (who Seagal threatened over the phone)

**SPOILER ALERT**
Like I said in my earlier review, no doubt had the show been made in it's entirety, everything would have been cleared up by the second episode. Chances are, we would have seen Seagal's character survive the attack (after all, it makes zero sense to kill off the lead character after one episode) But because it's now a stand-alone movie....the ending (and the fact they included it for the movie) is rather bizarre?

They could have just ended it with Alexander returning home to his wife (and shaved another minute from the running time)
I wouldn't be surprised, if perhaps they have enough footage 'in the can' (so to speak) to knock together a GENERAL COMMANDER II?

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