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At 42:42, after Dresham and Maxine meet Chief of Police Malik at the Credit Natal Bank in Cape Town, Dresham hands Malik a CIA/State Department memo. In the ATT: field, the country is listed as "South African" not "South Africa". In the body of the memo, the word "States" is omitted ("United Central Intelligence Agency"), "request" should be "requests", and the word "there" is incorrectly used for "their" ("our agents in THERE investigations"). See more »
I liked Seagal.... In his prime. A long time ago, (Okay, 1989) Steven Seagal was the master of the martial arts, A man who speaks little, but makes up for it in kicking ass... and he was lean and mean. Nowadays, he's fat, he can barely talk above a whisper, and he just doesn't care. But he keeps churnin' out the junk.
And I keep falling victim to it. For Seagal DTV standards, (does that even make sense?) it isn't as bad as "Submerged" , but it's not as good as "Belly Of The Beast".
The plot: John Seeger (you know who...) is an ex-mercenary, CIA, FBI dude, who has to break into a prison, while orchestrating a bank robbery. Then Seeger shoots lots of people. That's about it.
What's with the three word titles? Enough already. I guess people don't think it's a Seagal flick without a three word title. The title doesn't even make sense. A mercenary works for money and he has no soul, he doesn't do it for justice.
The only actors good in this is Roger Guenveur Smith as the villain Mr. Chapel and Luke Goss as Dresham. But even they were coasting.
If you want a good Seagal flick, go with "Out For Justice" instead.
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