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Release Date:
14 July 1995 (USA) See more »
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Last time he rocked the boat. This time the sky's the limit. See more »
Plot:
Casey Ryback hops on a Colorado to LA train to start a vacation with his niece. Early into the trip, terrorists board the train and use it as a mobile HQ to hijack a top secret destructive US satellite. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Steven Seagal ... Casey Ryback

Eric Bogosian ... Travis Dane

Everett McGill ... Marcus Penn

Katherine Heigl ... Sarah Ryback

Morris Chestnut ... Bobby Zachs

Peter Greene ... Mercenary #1

Patrick Kilpatrick ... Mercenary #2

Scott Sowers ... Mercenary #3
Afifi Alaouie ... Female Mercenary (as Afifi)
Andy Romano ... Admiral Bates

Brenda Bakke ... Captain Linda Gilder

Sandra Taylor ... Kelly, Barmaid

Jonathan Banks ... Scotty, Mercenary

David Gianopoulos ... Captain David Trilling

Royce D. Applegate ... Ryback's Cook

Nick Mancuso ... Tom Breaker

Christopher Darga ... Cook #1
Don Blakely ... Cook #2

Dale Dye ... Captain Garza
James Clark ... Train Consultant (as Jim Clark)
Stan Garner ... Train Consultant
Silan Smith ... Friendly-Faced Engineer #1
Rick Wiles ... Conductor

Kurtwood Smith ... General Stanley Cooper
Denis L. Stewart ... Holy Mercenary
Jim Dirker ... Helicopter Pilot
Todd O. Russell ... Ryback's Driver
Warren Tabata ... Bartender

Julius R. Nasso ... Hostage #2

Phyllis Davis ... Hostage #3
James V. Caciola ... Hostage #4
Ginger Lewis ... Lady Hostage

Greg Collins ... Huey Pilot
Ken Vieira ... Helicopter Pilot
Wren T. Brown ... Captain Williams

D.C. Douglas ... Technician #1
Thom Adcox-Hernandez ... Technician #2
Catherine MacNeal ... ATAC Assistant #1
Frank Roman ... Aide

Al Sapienza ... Captain #2
Jennifer Starr ... ATAC Assistant #2
Ping Wu ... SYSOS Officer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Abbott ... Train Patron (uncredited)

Anthony Backman ... Control Room Officer (uncredited)
Henry Kingi ... Mercenary (uncredited)
Ted Shred ... Hostage with Knife (uncredited)
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Directed by
Geoff Murphy 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Richard Hatem (written by) &
Matt Reeves (written by)

J.F. Lawton (characters)

Produced by
Gary W. Goldstein .... executive producer
Russ Kavanaugh .... associate producer
Edward McDonnell .... associate producer
Doug Metzger .... associate producer
Arnon Milchan .... producer
Julius R. Nasso .... co-producer
Jeffrey R. Neuman .... executive producer
Steve Perry .... producer
David Rodgers .... creative producer
Dan Romero .... associate producer
Steven Seagal .... producer
Martin Wiley .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Basil Poledouris 
 
Cinematography by
Robbie Greenberg (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Michael Tronick 
 
Casting by
Louis DiGiaimo 
 
Production Design by
Albert Brenner 
 
Art Direction by
Carol Winstead Wood 
 
Set Decoration by
Kathe Klopp 
 
Costume Design by
Richard Bruno 
 
Makeup Department
Gandhi Bob Arrollo .... makeup artist
Margaret E. Elliott .... makeup artist
Mary L. Mastro .... hair stylist
Jef Simons .... key makeup artist
Ken Wensevic .... makeup artist
Shelley Woodhouse .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Paul Moen .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Elmore .... second second assistant director
Michael Alan Kahn .... first assistant director: second unit
Sean Kavanagh .... second assistant director
Doug Metzger .... first assistant director
Craig A. Pinckes .... first assistant director: second unit
Craig A. Pinckes .... second assistant director
Jason Roberts .... dga trainee
Denis L. Stewart .... first assistant director
Dick Ziker .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Tony Allard .... propmaker
Dawn Ascher-Trevino .... art department coordinator (as Dawn Ascher)
David B. Brenner .... construction coordinator
Dan Colegrove .... propmaker
Brad Curry .... drapemaster
Richard Bryan Douglas .... construction foreman
Andrew P. Flores .... second lead (as Andy Flores)
Stephanie J. Gordon .... set designer
Sam Moore .... property master
Luigi Mugavero .... lead man
Ron Reedy .... props
Paul Stanwyck .... head painter
John Sweeney .... assistant propmaster
Leon Watkins .... laborer
 
Sound Department
Rick Alexander .... sound re-recording mixer (as Richard Alexander)
George H. Anderson .... dialogue editor
Mike Anderson .... cable person
Christopher S. Aud .... sound effects editor
James Beshears .... adr supervisor
John Voss Bonds Jr. .... sound effects editor (as John V. Bonds Jr.)
Christopher Boyes .... sound designer
Fred J. Brown .... sound effects editor (as Frederick J. Brown)
Milton C. Burrow .... sound effects editor
Neil Burrow .... foley editor (as Neil Burrows)
David E. Campbell .... sound re-recording mixer
William C. Carruth .... adr editor
Edmond J. Coblentz Jr. .... adr assistant
Lucy Coldsnow-Smith .... dialogue editor
John Countryman .... assistant sound editor
Samuel C. Crutcher .... sound effects editor
Mike Dobie .... sound effects editor (as Michael Dobie)
Todd Egan .... assistant sound editor
Jessica Gallavan .... adr editor
Leonard T. Geschke .... foley editor
David Giammarco .... dialogue editor
Eric Gotthelf .... foley mixer
Matthew Harrison .... foley editor
Scott D. Jackson .... foley supervisor
Constance A. Kazmer .... dialogue editor
Gary Krivacek .... sound effects editor
Darrin Martin .... assistant sound editor
Alan Robert Murray .... supervising sound editor
Tom Myers .... assistant sound editor
Walter Newman .... supervising sound editor
Kim Nolan .... assistant sound editor (as Kimberly Nolan)
Ken S. Polk .... sound re-recording mixer
Troy Porter .... adr mixer
John T. Reitz .... sound re-recording mixer
Gregg Rudloff .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Ruiz .... assistant sound editor
Todd O. Russell .... boom operator (as Todd Russell)
Madeleine Swift .... adr assistant
Edward Tise .... production sound mixer
Butch Wolf .... foley editor
Mark Johnston .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Tom Myers .... assistant sound designer (uncredited)
Tom Myers .... sound effects recordist (uncredited)
Dennis C. Salcedo .... boom operator (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Lynn Garrido .... model effects: WKR Productions
Matt Kutcher .... special effects
Dale L. Martin .... special effects coordinator
Blumes Tracy .... special effects technician
Joe Viskocil .... pyrotechnics supervisor
Steven Hintz .... special effects propmaker (uncredited)
Tad Krzanowski .... model effects: WKR Productions (uncredited)
Beecher Tomlinson .... special effects (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Jim Berney .... technical director: Metrolight
Brent Boates .... visual effects art director
John Frederick Bryant .... software support (as John "Bear" Bryant)
Carole Cowley .... digital painter
Paddy Eason .... digital compositor
Rosa Farre .... digital effects supervisor
John Follmer .... visual effects supervising producer
Bill Gilman .... digital camera matchmover: Cinesite Hollywood
Rocco Gioffre .... matte artist
Dan Glass .... visual effects compositor
Pete Hanson .... studio manager
Lucy Hofert .... visual effects editor
Chris Holmes .... digital artist
Rodney Iwashina .... digital tracking supervisor
Jennifer Neysa Jew .... visual effects editor
Bill Kent .... digital effects supervisor (as William H. Kent)
James W. Kristoff .... executive in charge of production: MetroLight Studios
Brad Kuehn .... digital visual effects supervisor
Jennifer Law-Stump .... digital effects artist: Metrolight Studios
Michael Lawler .... visual effects cameraman
Gregory D. Liegey .... digital compositor: Cinesite
Kevin Lingenfelser .... digital paint supervisor: Cinesite
Anthony Mabin .... digital effects compositor: Cinesite
Al Magliochetti .... digital artist
Chad Merriam .... digital assistant coordinator
Richard Murken .... computer graphics coordinator
Chris Nakayama .... model maker
Lori J. Nelson .... visual effects producer
Eric Pascarelli .... miniatures motion control camera operator
Cristin Pescosolido .... digital artist
Jerry Pooler .... visual effects compositor: Cinesite
Liz Radley .... video & computer graphics supervisor
John Rauh .... digital effects compositor
Leah Sachs .... digital effects coordinator (as Jennifer Lee Scheer)
Dobbie Schiff .... visual effects executive producer: MetroLight Studios
Wayne A. Shepherd .... previsualization compositor
Derek Spears .... digital tracking supervisor
Garv Thorp .... first assistant director: visual effects unit
Amy Tompkins .... assistant visual effects editor
Lisa M. Tse .... visual effects artist
Doug Tubach .... digital compositor
James Valentine .... rotoscope supervisor
Michele C. Vallillo .... visual effects associate producer: Cinesite
Tamara Watts Kent .... digital effects producer (as Tamara L. Watts)
Mark H. Weingartner .... gaffer: green screen and miniatures
Richard Yuricich .... visual effects director of photography
Richard Yuricich .... visual effects supervisor
Scott Keppler .... visual effects editor (uncredited)
John Lafauce .... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Carlyle O. Livingston II .... model maker: Donald Pennington, Inc. (uncredited)
Terrence Masson .... visual effects (uncredited)
Samrod Shenassa .... technical assistant: MetroLight Studios (uncredited)
Thomas Zell .... model maker (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Robert Apisa .... stunts
Paul Borne .... stunts
Joe Bucaro III .... stunt double
Phil Green .... stunts
K. Lee Johnson .... stunts
James Lew .... stunts
John Machado .... guest fight choreographer
Rich Minga .... stunts
Rich Minga .... utility stunts
Charlie Picerni .... stunts
Peewee Piemonte .... stunts
Jimmy Romano .... stunts
Pat Romano .... stunt rigger
John Rottger .... stunts
Luis J. Silva .... stunt performer
Nils Allen Stewart .... stunts
Dick Ziker .... stunt coordinator
Rhino Michaels .... stunt double: Steven Seagal (uncredited)
Jeff Winn .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Anderson .... second assistant camera
Audie Aragon .... dolly grip
Roy Bean .... video technician
Rick Bota .... additional photographer
David A. Brown .... dolly grip (as David Brown)
Marc Brown .... first assistant camera
G. Smokey Campbell .... electrician
William Coss .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Tom Doherty .... best boy
Christopher Duddy .... camera operator
David Dunbar .... lighting technician
John J. Ellingwood .... second assistant camera
Jerry Enright .... chief lighting technician
Mike Fay .... grip
Scott Fieldsteel .... set lighting best boy
Ken Fisher .... first assistant camera
Scott Floren .... key grip
Michael Gershman .... director of photography: second unit
Lisa Guerriero .... second assistant camera: second unit
Conrad W. Hall .... camera operator
George A. Hock .... unit gaffer
Douglas S. Holgate .... camera assistant
Frank M. Holgate .... director of photography: aerial unit
Kenji Inouye .... best boy
Stephen Johnstone .... rigging gaffer
Ron Kunecke .... night light operator
Karl Linde .... second assistant camera
Gregory Lundsgaard .... Steadicam operator
Donald M. Morgan .... director of photography: aerial unit
Brett Peters .... second assistant camera
Calmar Roberts .... first assistant camera
Tim Ryan .... key grip
Kurt E. Soderling .... aerial camera operator
Benjamin Spek .... second assistant: second unit
Shannon Summers .... grip
Chris Tompkins .... grip
Carl A. Vidnic .... lighting technician
Joel David Warren .... still photographer (as Joel Warren)
Alexander Witt .... additional photographer
Edward A. Gutentag .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Richard Kelley .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Larry Markart .... computer/video playback (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Maryellen Aviano .... extras casting coordinator
Dorian Dunas .... additional casting
Emilie Talbot .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Victoria Bruno .... costumer
Gregory B. Peña .... set costumer
Hugo Peña .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Ken Blackwell .... associate editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Bob Putynkowski .... color timer
John Venzon .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Tory Baker .... background vocals
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Tim Boyle .... score recordist
Robert Garrett .... assistant music editor
Norman Ludwin .... musician (bass)
Fred Martin .... choir master
Greig McRitchie .... orchestrator
Lolita Ritmanis .... orchestrator
Curtis Roush .... music editor
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Greig McRitchie .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Steve Bonner .... driver: special equipment
Robert E. Dingle .... driver: Colorado
Pete Johnson .... transportation coordinator
Dennis Junt .... driver: honeywagon
 
Other crew
Michael Battaglia .... unit publicist
Jeanne Byrd .... script supervisor
John Chisholm .... welfare/studio teacher
Huw Davies .... location manager (as T. Huw Davies)
Adam M. Duthie .... staff assistant
Howard Fannon .... assistant propmaster: weapons
Gregory D. Hemstreet .... assistant production accountant
Eric Layne .... payroll accountant
Antoinette Levine .... location manager
Arthur J. Miller Jr. .... safety supervisor: Studio Railroad
Connie Papineau .... script supervisor
Katrissa 'Kat' Peterson .... assistant production secretary: Denver
Joshua Silverman .... location manager
Jack Stern .... studio teacher
Korin A. Tarin .... construction accountant
Martine White .... location manager
Jeff Winn .... craft service
Kent Youngblood .... production assistant (as Kent Y'Blood)
Bill Daly .... post-production accountant manager (uncredited)
Spencer Franklin .... production associate (uncredited)
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong violence and language
Runtime:
100 min | Germany:92 min (16-rated version)
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Certification:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA | Canada:14A | Canada:PA (Manitoba) | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:R (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Québec) | Finland:K-16 | Germany:16 (cut) | Germany:18 (nf) | Iceland:16 | Italy:T | Netherlands:16 (DVD rating) | New Zealand:R16 (VHS/DVD rating) | New Zealand:R (original rating) | Norway:18 | Philippines:R-18 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:PG (cut) | Singapore:M18 (re-rating) (cut) | South Korea:15 | South Korea:18 (DVD rating) | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 | UK:18 (cut) | USA:R (Certificate #33883)

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Trivia:
Marcus Penn's profile lists him as being a former Lt. Colonel in the ROTC, as well as being 6'4'' with brown eyes. Everett McGill's eyes are actually grey.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Ryback is hanging from/standing on the cliff after the train stops, a close-up shot shows both of his feet together on one small ledge. A long shot about 10 seconds later shows his feet on separate rocks.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Gen. Cooper:Tom, thanks for coming.
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Soundtrack:
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6 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
The Quintessential Segal Experience, 15 June 2005
Author: David_Frames

First a confession - In a dark little corner of my life which some people incidentally think is all of it, I've got time for the work of Steven Segal. You can scoff but some of the most outright disturbingly entertaining movies of the last ten years read like a roll call of his hits. Hard to Kill, Nico, Under Siege, its sequel of which more in a moment, Half Past Dead, Out for a Kill - the man is a cine-alchemist, turning poor, workman like material into solid gold. This is primarily for two reasons. 1)You must be some kind of crazy genius to forge a career with virtually no personality and 2)He is prepared to go further than most stars in the vanity project stakes, in fact next to Segal people like Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and John Travolta look positively reserved and self-conscious. Under Siege 2 has both of these factors at full strength and in some respects this makes 'Dark Territory' (the sub-title is no understatement) the quintessential Segal Experience. He's been everything from a cop to a University professor (no, seriously) but here the great man reprises his role as Casey Rybeck, an ex-Navy Seal, special ops whathaveyou who jacked it in to pursue a career as a navy chef. In the original Siege and I use the word original purely in the context of first film, Segal saved his ship from terrorists when they threatened to ruin his Japanese rice cakes. In the second version, sorry Installment, Segal is taking his niece, who's very good looking indeed on a Colorado rail journey when its taken over by mercenaries lead by an insane computer genius who plans to destroy Washington using a laser in space. Believe it or not this is almost a Ken Loach set-up in comparison to some of Segal's movies but if you were trying to make the most generic action movie imaginable you'd have a hard time beating this movie. In lesser hands we'd be as dead as one of Rybeck's Poterhouse steaks but Segal the alchemist comes to the rescue and delivers 90 minutes of solid ego-mania and it's a joy to watch. Segal followers will know that when the villains find out who he is and his mêlée of specialist combat tactics (Kick boxing, bomb making, weapons expertise, three Michelin stars) they usually start to panic, all except one head villain, usually no.2 to the main villain (see F.Lee Emery and Michael Caine in On Deadly Ground) who is ill-advisedly confident that he can take our hero in the final reel which of course he doesn't. These scenes show us and reassure Segal that he's one total badass, a man to feared and respected and in case you missed the point Segal's side kick (in this case doubling as black, street talking' comic relief) is there to write it on the blackboard for all the slow kids at the back. Siege has many of these moments in which both Segal's niece and sidekick say things like "I guess he's a hero" and in one terrific moment the aforementioned hired help is told by Segal "oh, you're a hero now?" only to be told "No, man you're the hero!". Willis might have cut in with a quip at this stage but the man with the tan doesn't do jokes or indeed anything except fight and deliver lines in his trademark monotone. Segal's so gloriously vain that he can't even allow himself to be dirtied up over the course of the movie. In Die Hard Willis got beaten, blooded up and shot but not so much as a strand of Segal's hair goes out of place the entire time, the dark jacket remaining in place throughout. This is despite such potential soiling incidents as explosions, armed combat, cliff face hand to hand fighting and leaping out of moving trucks. My favourite scene is the one where the lead heavy thumps Segal in the face during their climatic fight and although he's a bit blooded in that shot by the time he's got up there's barely a scratch on him. What chance does any terrorist stand against that? All that's missing from Dark Territory is a speech of the kind of quality witnessed in the dieing minutes of the aforementioned On Deadly Ground in which the then eco-friendly action hero delivered the monologue that every Greenpeace activist dreams about. So there you have it, if you want to see a one man force of nature at work rent this one out tonight but remember, this isn't even his best - for that you'll be wanting 'Out for a Kill' and only a idiot would refuse an invitation like that.

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