A crime boss sends his top man to kill a prisoner. He gets the wrong man and pays the price. 6 months later he's back on his feet. His ex boss is now being squeezed out by Ice Man, who's responsible for the "wrong man" deal.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Steven Seagal ... Alexander Coates
Ving Rhames ... Ice Man
Danny Trejo ... Oso
Bren Foster ... Hurst
Jenny Gabrielle ... Karen
Marlon Lewis Marlon Lewis ... Dante
Gillie Da Kid Gillie Da Kid ... Clay
David House David House ... Dre
Big U. Henley Big U. Henley ... Lathrell (as Big U)
Andy Brooks Andy Brooks ... Monty D
Jermaine Washington ... Truck
Cajardo Lindsey ... Benny
Ivan G'Vera ... Constantine
J.D. Garfield ... Cesare
Noel Gugliemi ... Salvator


"Force of Execution" is the story about a crime lord torn between his legacy and his desire to get out of the life of crime that has built his empire, when a new player to the scene tries to use the town anti-hero's network to climb to power. The only friend the crime lord has is his assassin protégé who has troubles of his own. An epic battle of under bosses and crime lords. Only one will come out alive or will they? Written by Jim Burleson

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Don't Break The Code.


Action | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence throughout, sexual content/nudity and pervasive language | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Noel Gugliemi explained his frustrations on set about Steven Seagal in a recent interview, "no matter how many times I told him my name, he keeps calling me Hector! He is the Donald Trump of actors!" See more »


When the thug starts the chainsaw to cut Hurst apart, the chain does not turn around the blade, it is stationary. See more »


Alexander Coates: You wanna redeem yourself? See I don't wanna use the word "seppuku" - coz that has something to do with... folks who had honor. Which you don't have. So why don't you cut your motherfucking throat or I'll do it for you.
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Followed by A Good Man (2014) See more »

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Martial Arts Aficionado Review - One of the worst movies ever made!
11 January 2014 | by pcipaversSee all my reviews

First, I've liked Seagal's early movies (Above the Law, etc.) and have seen all that hit theaters and half the "straight to video" movies he's made. I'm a martial arts aficionado & can overlook a fair amount of bad acting & thin plot as long as choreography & fighter abilities are at least somewhat accomplished and plausible. I respect that Seagal is Aikido Sensei 7th Dan and was first white man to run a martial arts dojo in Japan in his early years. Furthermore I cut him some slack that he's older and not light on his feet any more (but really, he couldn't loose at least a FEW pounds?!!). That said, THIS IS WITHOUT A DOUBT ONE OF THE WORST MOVIES EVER MADE! Plot is kinder-garden level at best & almost non-existent. Acting is awful, script is worse than awful, concept is awful and worst of all this movie has some of the worst fighting ability and choreography I've ever seen. Seagal does virtually none of his own fighting and you only see him start to throw a punch & camera cuts to guy falling down, every time! A boring, worthless, un-engaging piece of crap movie. Most insulting is this is obviously just a low-budget excuse for a pay day for Seagal & he literally does not care how it reflects on him. He has truly dishonored & embarrassed himself & the Aikido arts & soiled his spirit & integrity by releasing such a ruinously awful piece of junk, it exhibits that he has no integrity left and is now only a worldly uncharismatic uncaring shadow of his former self. I don't wish to disrespect him or be unkind but he has completely disrespected himself for many years & this is the final bad straw. Won't watch anything further he ever is involved in and would never vote for him if he gets into politics; His lack of objectivity & caring is appalling & disturbing. I hope someone forwards this review to him. STEVEN: You need to wake up & regain your lost values and abilities to at least some degree (Sorry, tough love). At least start doing some moving meditation & energy exercises; Qi-Gong, Tai-chi, something... If movement is restricted from injuries then at least throw your own short-range wing-chun type punches & let the camera show it... Even the greatest masters eventually lose combat ability over time, but the greatest masters never sell out integrity - C'mon Steven... READERS: Don't waste your time watching this, seriously, don't bother.

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Release Date:

13 March 2014 (Kuwait) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA


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$8,000,000 (estimated)

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Voltage Pictures See more »
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Dolby Digital



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1.78 : 1
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