Steven seagal accepted it as no stunt doubles were required. See more »
In the end it is revealed that Wilson had planned for Augustino to verbally threaten him and kill him, so he dialed the police on his phone shortly before their encounter. However, although this convoluted plan worked perfectly, it was nonetheless physically impossible for the police to arrive just seconds after they heard Augustino's threats over the phone. It is very likely that this scene was edited and altered in post-production in a way that changed its context. See more »
Worst Seagal Ever
First, Steven Seagal has gotten fat. He does not look healthy--much less fit. This movie is dark...in more ways than one. Not only is it done in gritty inner-city areas but its subject and characters are almost all negative creatures of darkness. Seagal appears in only one fight scene--if you can call it that. He whispers, which is hard to hear and irritating. He has this vague Southern accent, which seems put-on. Worse still, he isn't the hero. I've been a fan of Seagal for many years, and have a collection of perhaps all of his videos. This one may well be the last.
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