Gutshot Straight was another I kind of gave up on as he was barely in the film.
Perfect Weapon he's probably in a bit more and the film was at least moderately interesting.
Beyond the Law he's in a few scenes, probably more so than any of the above, but the film was just so boring and unengaging. So parts were so quiet and dull I felt like I was watching B-roll that shouldn't have made it into the film.
Gutshot Straight was more of a noir film but it didn't really work having 2 action starts on an action poster not doing any action... If you watched it for Seagal you're not missing much he was only in it for 2or3 quick scenes.
Perfect Weapon was something different for Seagal but it didn't interest me and the most interesting thing for me was one of his characters dying.
Beyond the Law probably would've worked better without Seagal and with a tighter directing and script (and again not Seagal on the front of a 'action heavy' poster with a gun while it's not an action film at all)