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Movies Killing Salazar - Steven Seagal, Luke Goss, Georges St Pierre (completed)

Discussion in 'News' started by DiDa, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    I asked Waxman about the problems with the release of Killing Salazar. Finally some good news:

    Yes there were some problems with the domestic distributor - which slowed down international distribution. It was just sorted out last month so Killing Salazar should be released wide soon.
     
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  2. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

  3. Mason

    Mason Well-Known Member

    Seagal sounds like he is falling asleep again. Maybe they should give him some Red Bull before he shoots his scenes. :p
     
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  4. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

  5. Mason

    Mason Well-Known Member

    Finally got to see it..
    I dont even know where to begin..

    Very good production.
    Okay fight scenes, nothing special though.
    Good locations.
    Seagal, mostly dialouge.
    Luke Goss and Georges St Pierre actually did a good job.

    I was actually suprised about this film.

    Now, here's the thing, I havn't been able to figure out what it was that I didnt like about Seagal's movies the past many years. There was always something that i couldn't quite put my fingers on (besides his sleepwalking dialouges and some of the bad productions), until now.
    Now this may surprise some of you since this is coming from me.. Bare in mind that I still like Seagal as a human being and I have always respected him for doing what he wanted and never cared what people though of him. But watching this movie I realized that i would have enjoyed Seagal's scenes alot more if he was in much better physical shape, I simply cant deal with the fact that he is so over weight, that is not how I remember my childhood hero. You guys may wonder, how come it took you so long to actually figure that out ??? And to be honest, i really dont know. My guess is that I have been living in denial and wouldnt face the facts even when they were right in front of me this whole time. I dont think that i will ever enjoy a Seagal movie again with the same passion that I did when I was younger, and that is what I have been looking to do this whole time.
     
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  6. bwana-beast

    bwana-beast Active Member

    Did Waxman happen to know who the US distributor of the film will be?
     
  7. J.Lucas

    J.Lucas Active Member

    Just watched it also(it's on the usual torrent sites now)
    I have the opposite view of it....
    cheap production
    Seagal is in the first 5mts...then spends the rest of the film sitting behind a desk..
    there is a extremely brief fight scene in the middle of it, and at the end.
    Yep....you've been in denial
    He's been over weight ever since Under Siege completed and slowly gaining ever since(except he did knock off 40lbs for 'Exit Wounds' by jogging/running(he said in an interview) He put it right back on after...look at 'Half Past Dead'...that's pretty much when the long coats became standard attire...now a days he plain doesn't care and even looks bigger when wearing all the police or military gear on top.
     
  8. Mason

    Mason Well-Known Member

    Yeah, no doubt about that. :D

    Yeah thats my impression as well, and I have a problem accepting that.
     
  9. Seagal1969

    Seagal1969 Active Member

  10. Kcs

    Kcs Member

    The movie is being aired right now in Hungary on movie channel Mozi+...
     
  11. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

  12. Complete utter garbage. Won't see it. Tired of these half-ass attempts at "films". Van Damme puts way more effort into his films and his appearance. He actually cares. Not sure why this is such a struggle for Seagal. I can watch a clip from any of his new films, and within 30 seconds can tell it's shit by the acting, terrible music, and choppy, LAZY fight sequences. No longer going to waste my time & money on this crap.
     
  13. Mason

    Mason Well-Known Member

    I agree..
     
  14. rastafari

    rastafari Well-Known Member

    Finally got to see it..
    I dont even know where to begin..

    Very good production.
    Okay fight scenes, nothing special though.
    Good locations.
    Seagal, mostly dialouge.
    Luke Goss and Georges St Pierre actually did a good job.

    I was actually suprised about this film.


    Pretty much what I think

    Its a better film than AC and COH thats for sure but we need more Seagal

    Looking forward to EOTG
     
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  15. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    So Van Damme puts in effort? Did you notice that his voice is dubbed almost the entire movie in Kickboxer Vengeance? I agree with you on Johnson, but did he put some effort in Pound of Flesh?? Think not!
     
  16. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

  17. Administrator

    Administrator Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks, thought it sounded funny. Not as bad as some of Seagal's voice doubles in the past, but sounded really strange in places.
     
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  18. lee nicholson

    lee nicholson Active Member

    Killing Salazar was a pretty solid B-movie (quite well made) Maybe if CODE OF HONOUR had the fight scenes of KILLING SALAZAR (or KILLING SALAZAR had the plot of CODE OF HONOUR) then we'd have at least one minor classic on our hands?
     
  19. sagemovman

    sagemovman New Member

  20. DiDa

    DiDa Well-Known Member Staff Member

    I agree, we get one more movie wehere he isn't the lead ( The Perfect Weapon), after that Contract To Kill, Attrition, Gunfighter :)
     

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