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

#82
I realize IMDB is not always the most accurate or reliable site for film in formation, but it's odd that KILLING SALAZAR does not show up there yet; including not being listed on any of the principal actors or staff entries. Usually someone from the production company provides this information.
 

lee nicholson

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#84
I realize IMDB is not always the most accurate or reliable site for film in formation, but it's odd that KILLING SALAZAR does not show up there yet; including not being listed on any of the principal actors or staff entries. Usually someone from the production company provides this information.
Maybe it'll get listed when it recieves the obligatory (and generic) title change to 'Forced to Death' or 'Kill Mission' (or whatever) I'm 99% certain that KILLING SALAZAR will not be the finished title
 
#88
I realize IMDB is not always the most accurate or reliable site for film in formation, but it's odd that KILLING SALAZAR does not show up there yet; including not being listed on any of the principal actors or staff entries. Usually someone from the production company provides this information.
KILLING SALAZAR has been added to IMDB by someone.
 

DiDa

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Staff member
#92


An elite team of DEA agents are assigned to protect a dangerous drug lord and take refuge in a luxury hotel while they await extraction. They soon find themselves at the center of an ambush as the drug lord's former associates launch an explosive assault on the hotel.
 

DiDa

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Staff member
#96
Don't know about you guys, but although this isn't a full Seagal movie I am really looking forward to this one. I like the story and it looks really action packed.
 

Martin01

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Staff member
#97
I’m not sure, I think out of the movies after 2010 only “Absolution” was passable and the premise reminds me too much of “Maximum Conviction”. But we will see.

Status on thefilmcatalogue says „completed“ now. Release date or at least a trailer not far away?