Movies Contract To Kill - Steven Seagal, Russell Wong, Director K. Waxman (finished)

Feature - Action
Release: December 9 2016 ( VOD and Limited Theatre Release)

Actors: Steven Seagal; Russell Wong; Jemma Dallender
Director: Keoni Waxman

Synopsis:
Special Agent John Harmon is called back into action when the CIA stumbles upon evidence that a dangerous group of extremists is planning to join forces with a drug cartel. He assembles a high tech team of operatives and devises a daring operation to turn the two groups against each other in an explosive confrontation.

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Guys,

I had a chat with Keoni Waxman and he confirmed this:

I'm about to start our next Seagal film in about a week. It's set in Mexico and Istanbul and at the moment it's called 'Contract to Kill'. Getting excited about it - Steven's co-star is Russell Wong and we are working with Ron Balicki again so look for some cool knife fights. We've also made a few changes in our approach to the films so I think it'll look very different than EOAG (as well as 'Killing Salazar'). All a good thing.
 
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DiDa

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This one looks like a lot of fun. Seagal is the lead and there will be a lot of action. This indeed could be Seagal's best in years!
 

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JoeDirt

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I wish I could be as positive as you guys. But all the flashy camera moves, exotic locations and quick cuts can't hide the fact that the leading man, their main selling point, is literally falling asleep on camera.

It's very uncomfortable and cringe worthy for me to watch Seagal on screen anymore in this shape. He's as big as he's ever been, he's slurring and mumbling like crazy and putting in no effort, at least in his dialogue scenes. All of the fight scenes were cut so fast I couldn't really see anything.

This is not the man who I became a fan of.
 

lee nicholson

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The trailer looks good (I like that daytime mid-air explosion) and although it seems that Seagal is taking centre-stage, it does look like more of a team movie (so the fight scenes will be shared out amongst his unit)
However, it looks slick and a small step up from his usual low budgets?
 
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