Roland Sallinger is an LA cop who after nearly being killed by his greedy partner, and eventually being forced to retire for medical reasons, flees to San Antonio, Texas, after being asked ... See full summary »
This movie tells the story of a man who goes undercover in a hi-tech prison to find out information to help prosecute those who killed his wife. While there he stumbles onto a plot involving a death-row inmate and his $200 million stash of gold.
Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.
An undercover cop infiltrates an underworld subculture of Los Angeles street racers looking to bust a hijacking ring, and soon begins to question his loyalties when his new street racing friends become the prime suspects.
A newbie guard for an armored truck company is coerced by his veteran coworkers to steal a truck containing $42 million. But a wrinkle in their supposedly foolproof plan divides the group, leading to a potentially deadly resolution.
Roland Sallinger is an LA cop who after nearly being killed by his greedy partner, and eventually being forced to retire for medical reasons, flees to San Antonio, Texas, after being asked to work as a bodyguard for the daughter of a wealthy businessman. The businessman had been a colleague of Sallinger years before, when they were both cops. When mobsters kidnap the businessman's daughter, he hunts them down to rescue her and protect her. Written by
This is the second film in which Liezl Carstens co-starred with Steven Seagal. They first acted together in Urban Justice, in which Carstens played Linda, the wife of Simon Ballister's (Steven Seagal) son. See more »
(at around 1 min) Flying Cessna Citation 2 in 180 degree flyby shot is different from jet that lands and is towed into hanger. Different numbers and jet in air has handles with red arrows painted back of cockpit windows and plane on ground doesn't have them. See more »
So me and my friends have routinely laughed our heads off at the badly awesome collection of Seagal "not quite" classics. The Keeper still has some of those same laugh out loud scenes. But this movie's biggest problem is that it is marginally better than his other straight-to-home movies, but is still a lot worse than movies I enjoyed for their actual appeal. I prefer my Seagal movies to be either better than okay (Under Siege) or laughably terrible, yet entertaining (Killswitch). This movie falls in between to simply bad. One note that has been confirmed by IMDb.com and other reviewers: it was exceptionally odd that his last name suddenly gets switched from Sallinger to Ballinger. I did get a great amount of laughter from that. Also, how he stealthily manages to steal a compact handgun from a woman's purse in the hospital, even though the nurse in the room declared him to be very unconscious to take out someone coming to kill him. Made me have to pause the movie to laugh.
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