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to be fair, i thought this film was ok. the director kind of messed up seagal's fight scenes. and it would have helped if they had a better budget. the bit where hopper and pressly are in the car and she goes 'pull over' and then the car suddenly stops is kinda funny i guess, but only in a 'so bad its funny' way. and at the end they're just like 'aaaah yeh we did it, right lets go'. but sizemore is a good actor and seagal isn't bad. if the film had been 30 minutes longer so they could develop the story a little and had a bigger budget it would have been quality. as long as you set your expectations to the levels these other reviewers have set them, it will be a reasonably entertaining film, if almost immediatly forgettable.
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