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Urban Justice (Renegade Justice) Reviews

ORANGATUANG;181309 said:
Oooopsss what have i started ...maybe i shouldnt have said anything but then you dont see these little hiccups then they dont know how to make sure it doesnt happen again..the movie was still fantastic ..he is the main man always..i must admit i didnt notice that one bellyofb...
Hey everybody, how have you all been? Had a most wonderful time during the festive season I hope. Well now that everything's back to normal, I wish you all a very "happy new year" and all that stuff. By the way, I'll watch carefully next time and see if I can spot that little bloomer you mentioned.

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Storm

Smile dammit!
I don't look for little mistakes like that. I prefer to enjoy the movie lol. If it is something glaringly obvious,fair enough. Hi Mama San. How are you? Thanks for the hands up. Sue,i was born in Halifax,England,not Canada! I still live in Yorkshire.
 

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bellyofb;181296 said:
there is another blopper.. someone of the crew enters the screen to early ;P (left side) its near the end, when seagal smashs down the three guys (where he find the weapon who killed his son) and switches the room to his young buddy
I'm going to have to watch this again and pay attention to these details! Just before this scene is it an error or planned that he is putting his coat on? At the door it is over his arm, next time I notice he has his left arm in it then he's wearing it fully. Or was I just imagining it?
 

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Storm;181347 said:
I don't look for little mistakes like that. I prefer to enjoy the movie lol. If it is something glaringly obvious,fair enough. Hi Mama San. How are you? Thanks for the hands up. Sue,i was born in Halifax,England,not Canada! I still live in Yorkshire.
I also watch films to enjoy but eventually I start to notice bits.

I wasn't born in Halifax but wouldn't mind visiting the one in Canada just to see what it's like, well any excuse for a holiday :) perhaps one day.
 

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ORANGATUANG;181265 said:
Did any one else pick up this blooper its an night shot and when he pulls into where he is hanging out i noticed that one of his tail lights was out on his car and thats before it gets shot out...one of my friends said shall we ring him and tell him you know what the police are like on bung tail lights ..see how observant we are..
Check out post 3 of this thread under weirdness: http://www.steven-seagal.net/forum/showpost.php?p=178419&postcount=3 ;)
 
Sue;181350 said:
I'm going to have to watch this again and pay attention to these details! Just before this scene is it an error or planned that he is putting his coat on? At the door it is over his arm, next time I notice he has his left arm in it then he's wearing it fully. Or was I just imagining it?
No I saw that. He had his blue cardigan draped over his left arm walking up to the door. He fetched out his gun off camera and half put on his cardigan. by that I mean. only the left arm in. Again off camera, he put his gun away and finished putting on the cardigan, and we saw him zip it up then. I believe he was meant to do all that.

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SeagalAddict;181783 said:
No I saw that. He had his blue cardigan draped over his left arm walking up to the door. He fetched out his gun off screen and half put on his cardigan. by that I mean. only the left arm in. Again off screen, , he put his gun away and finished putting on the cardigan, and we saw him zip it up then.
Thanks for confirming that. It seems a strange thing to do, I won't assume it is a mistake but think it is obviously a deeply something moment that I don't understand :rolleyes: It can't be a mistake because no one would only half wear a cardigan without noticing. Maybe the director was letting him show off that he can dress himself while taking down a group of fools?
 

Sue

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Weird timing SeagalAddict, you just edited your post while I was replying and I think we both agree it had to be deliberate action.
 
Sue;181786 said:
Weird timing SeagalAddict, you just edited your post while I was replying and I think we both agree it had to be deliberate action.
I think he was just doing a bit of showing off , you know what I mean? and lets face it, he just strutted his stuff all through this movie, didn't he? I mean the way he just hunted those dirty cops and punished them without saying a single word to them. And Shaw, boy, I almost felt sorry for him, he got the worse whupping. Simon tossed him all over the place like a rag doll, then broke his neck. Well you know, he's the one that pulled the trigger and killed poor Max. Got what he deserved, what do you say? The more I watch this movie the more I love it!!


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SeagalAddict;182223 said:
I think he was just doing a bit of showing off , you know what I mean? and lets face it, he just strutted his stuff all through this movie, didn't he? I mean the way he just hunted those dirty cops and punished them without saying a single word to them. And Shaw, boy, I almost felt sorry for him, he got the worse whupping. Simon tossed him all over the place like a rag doll, then broke his neck. Well you know, he's the one that pulled the trigger and killed poor Max. Got what he deserved, what do you say? The more I watch this movie the more I love it!!


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I watched it again last night and yup he sure ploughs through those bad guys. There is so much I missed on the first few viewings and I'm still seeing new things now, and having some pointed out to me. Did you read the thread 'questions to Mr Fauntleroy?' He gave an answer to the sweater question.

I think it said a lot in the film that Armand just stood there with the gun and makes no attempt to save Shaw's life by shooting Simon. I thought that was funny.
 

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My Review

Finally I watched it..:D ehh not bad .. not bad !!! heeeeeeeeee :p


Very Good Director
Good Players
Good Script
Very Good Action Scenes
and a Seagal who is in the mood !!!

Result: Good Action Thriller From Mr.Seagal !!!

My point is: 10/8

suzi
 
Sue;182229 said:
I watched it again last night and yup he sure ploughs through those bad guys. There is so much I missed on the first few viewings and I'm still seeing new things now, and having some pointed out to me. Did you read the thread 'questions to Mr Fauntleroy?' He gave an answer to the sweater question.

I think it said a lot in the film that Armand just stood there with the gun and makes no attempt to save Shaw's life by shooting Simon. I thought that was funny.
Yeah, my thoughts exactly!! Just goes to show there was no love lost among this lot. I think it was just a matter of time before they all crossed each other. And I think Armand couldn't believe his luck when he saw Shaw being wiped out. Notice that little snigger when he looked down on Shaw's dead body? Like you say, I also keep finding new stuff every time I watch it. Oh, no Sue, I haven't seen the thread you referred to, but I would really love to.

Later.

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Yes the big guy is back.I got my dvd Friday and watched it.He's fantasic as usual.So good to see him kicking butt again.A real good film that I will watch over again many times.Good going my big guy.
 
An friend from school came around the other day and he gave me an copy of this movie now finally i can watch it again and again ...he is an good FRIEND...so that postie that was going to send it doesnt have to now she is off the hook..
 
Renegade Justice (Urban Justice)

Steven Seagal's greatest DTV film to date. Seagal did things by himself ruthlessly in this film, and saw him back to his best, performing in all his own fight scenes. I also enjoyed Danny Trejo's camio appearence in the film, he was also in Marked For Death briefly. I'm british by the way which is why I call the film 'Renegade Justice'.
 
Hi All,

This is, of course, another direct to video flick and turns out to be one of Seagals best outings in the past few years.

The film runs for 1 hour and 32 minutes and if you remove the 'F' word and its derivatives from the story it runs for about 18.

John Ballister (Seagal) is out for revenge. His son, a cop, has been apparently murdered in a random drive by shooting, but Seagal is intent on "Getting the 'MF' who killed my son".

This leads him to East LA where he meets Liezi Carstens, who is a lovely lady who rents him a room. She occupies a thankless role in this film and could have made a love interest should it have developed further.

To find out who killed his son, Ballister sets out to beat the **** out of all the Hispanic and black gang members in the area. Doe he get justice? Watch and you will see.

The fight scenes are well choreographed with very little use being made of a stunt double. It is Seagal doing the arse-kicking for once.

It is a great film? No. Will he get an Academy Award nomination? No, but it does have it's humour. For example, black gang leader Eddie Griffin orders his henchmen to kill Seagal and when they fail he stares out the window of his penthouse appartment and moans "They just don't make niggers like they used to". Also, when some members of another black gang ask why he's got some whites in his gang he replies with "I am an affirmation action employer"

You'll forget it 10 mintes after its over, but its a fun ride while you're there.

Jack