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Webmaster FU&D! said:Seagal is back big-time in this movie. After six years of main-stream efforts, Seagal returns to his roots in this kick-ass movie. It's extremely stylishly directed in a style similar to Se7en and set in an uncommonly rainly Los Angeles.
For the first time, Seagal is partnered up with a fast-talking cop (one of the excellent Wayans brothers) and the inevitable partner conflicts are played out pretty quickly. Before we know it, they're taking out a Russian hit squad with...wait for it...their martial arts skills! Yes! Finally, Seagal takes a break from gun play.
However, what makes this movie great is the presence of a bad guy who not only knows martial arts, but actually gets to meet Seagal in a few fights before getting his ass kicked.
There's also the mandatory restaurant scene, in which Seagal savagely beats up four or five guys basically because one of them insulted his ponytail.
In addition, there's a couple of great gratuitous scenes of violence and a blood-spattered Mexican standoff. The movie is basically wall-to-wall action, and all the fight scenes are too numerous to mention them all. Suffice to say, Seagal is back and kicking ass!
Please see my Steven Seagal website for screencaps and audio clips from this movie.