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Renée Elise Goldsberry
After serving 6 years for a crime he didn't commit, Shane Daniels is released from jail with an apology from the State of Arizona. Within hours of his freedom, he unluckily bears witness to a cop killing by Chinese mafia who have a kidnapped girl and a bag of drugmoney. In this action packed thrill ride, Shane agreed to help the girl to get her uncle back to safety. To do that he gets some help from Russian mafia, whose boss owns him a favor for saving his son from the Chinese cop killing action that happened before. Written by
Byron Mann was cast late in pre-production. His character hadn't been fully established in the script, and many of his scenes were last-minute ideas. See more »
When the Chinese commandos sneak up on the headquarters at night, they carefully step off the boat and wear camoulflage makeup as they stalk through the dark. One thing - they have bright flashlight beams attached to their weapons that would make them visible from a mile away. See more »
So, let me go, just let me go on by, or I'll fuck you up ugly.
"Fuck you up ugly", he says
Both of us?
Tell me something, what does that mean, "fuck you up ugly"?
It means your momma won't recognize you in your coffin!
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If you have any idea of the kind of movies Seagal has been churning out since his last theatrically released movie (2002's "Half Past Dead"), you probably will know why I had sworn off watching any new Seagal movies some time ago, at least if I had to pay to see them. I rented "A Dangerous Man", because I read a positive report on it at another web site.
To my surprise, I found the movie to be a decent way to spend an hour and a half. Oh sure, the movie is filled with flaws. Seagal is still using an obvious double for his fight scenes (and in one shot of a sex scene), the movie doesn't manage to disguise the British Columbia shooting locations as American, there are long chunks of the movie where Seagal is nowhere to be seen, and the climax goes on too long. But I was still entertained. The action sequences (and there are quite a few of them) are pretty brutal and bloody at times, and you do get to see less of Seagal's double in the fight scenes than in other recent films of his. The plot goes by at a fairly brisk pace, and the various villain schemes and actions by the other characters actually kept me interested in what would happen next. The movie's no classic, but it does provide an acceptable amount of entertainment.
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