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Favorite Seagal movies - Direct-to-Video films (2010s)

Which are your favorite Seagal direct-to-video movies (2010s) ?

  • Force of Execution (2013)

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  • A Good Man (2014)

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  • Sniper: Special Ops (2016)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • The Asian Connection (2016)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • The Perfect Weapon (2016)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • China Salesman (2017)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • General Commander (2019)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    7

Martin01

Well-Known Member
Staff member
#1
Which of the Seagal movies, that were released direct-to-video in the US in the 2010s decade, are your favorites?

Unfortunately, I had to split the direct-to-video era in half (separated in decades), beause of the response limit of 20 in the polls. Maybe we could make a poll later separately among the most-favorited "direct-to-video"-era movies.

Excluded are the series "True Justice" (2010-2012) and the movie "Gutshot Straight" (2014), where he wasn't credited as leading actor (in some later movies he wasn't a leading actor too, however, he mostly was credited as such).

Please vote for your 3 favorite movies in the poll, and share your opinions.
 

lee nicholson

Well-Known Member
#2
I voted for:
CODE OF HONOUR
END OF A GUN
CONTRACT TO KILL

Not because they're masterpieces, but I enjoyed them the most out of the list. Had the list gone back further, I'm sure DRIVEN TO KILL or URBAN JUSTICE would have replaced my last 2 choices? :)
As it stands, I've enjoyed most of his movies from 2010 onwards, anyhow (some more than his theatrical run)
 
#3
I voted for attrition, contract to kill, and end of a gun. Attrition had a good budget and a good performance from Seagal. It's a movie that definitely grew on me. Contract to kill had some good fights and end of a gun was easy to follow plus I liked the knife fight at the end.
 
#5
Born to Raise Hell, Absolution and Cartels. All were action films with straight-forward plots. Production values were good for the budgets involved, and I'm partial to the Romanian locations (I know I'm in the minority there ;)). That said, there is small difference between these three and most of the others; to a large degree they all sort of run together. Attrition and Perfect Weapon get a mention because they broke the mold of the other films, but Seagal was not in PW that much, and Attrition, although I enjoyed it, seemed to lack cohesion.