Director Don E. Fauntleroy agreed to direct the film under the terms that Steven Seagal would stay on set until he was told he could leave. See more »
During the long car chase, you can see that the car chasing Simon is a mid to late 1980's Lincoln Town Car. When the car crashes and flips, it is a redesigned early 1990's model Lincoln Town Car. See more »
Can't you call in sick or say you have doctor's appointment?
[lays on top of Max in bed, moaning and kissing him]
You know I can make it worth while.
[scene skips ahead to Max walking outside with Linda riding piggy-back]
You're Gonna make me late.
[puts her down]
I don't want you to leave!
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Tonight Is Murder
Written by Michael Baiardi and Daniel Salvador
Published by Soundfile Publishing (ASCAP)
Performed by Caliber (uncredited)
Courtesy of Soundfile Records See more »
Special forces in the hood
Steven Seagal is back to L.A. playing a former special-ops agent. His son is gunned down in a drive-by shooting where there were no witnesses. To find his son's killer he probes local killer gangs, unleasing some of his own justice on treacherous streets and towards other unseen forces.
It's short on plot, heavy on action. Seagal convinces us of a ruthlessness and amorality about his character in the pursuit of his son's killer.
A footnote: the production standards here are the highest for ten years in Seagal's film canon, the last of which was "The Glimmer Man" which preceded a long succession of lower budget direct-to-video films.
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