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Seagal at his most brutal, but not really his best
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Contract killer John Alexander (Steven Seagal) is approached by CIA boss Van Horn (Howard Dell) to eliminate an Afghan who is supposedly selling state secrets to the enemy. However, it is, of course, not as simple as this, and, when Nadia (Adina Stetcu), a young woman who has escaped from the clutches of The Boss (Vinnie Jones) comes crashing in to his lap, it leads John and his cohort Chi (Byron Mann) on a perilous mission of mayhem.
For a guy with a reputation for being tough to work with, Seagal certainly seems to keep attracting back the same directors, one of whom would be Keoni Waxman, with whom he's made this, one of his more brutal, unflinching efforts. As well as Waxman, he's reunited with some stars who he's made other films with before, including Jones, returning as the villain, and Mann, upstaging the now rather overweight Mr. Seagal with his high spinning, high kicking prowess. Allegedly, in his heyday, Seagal had a load of William Forsythe's scenes cut from Out for Justice for this same reason, but now, when his star's not what it once was, he can no longer demand anything, just accept how things are.
It may be hard core, and full on with the action and violence, but sadly the plot is inconsistent and unengaging, the same of which can be said for Jones in the villain role, whose role in the proceedings at times seems to be in serious question. If you're in an undemanding mood, and can overlook the problems, it might be okay. Seagal has made worse films, but he's certainly made much better. **
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