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Colonel Robert Sikes is on a mission to rid his city of crime. As a stealthy, one-man assault team, he will take on street gangs, mobsters, and politicians with extreme prejudice until his mission is complete. His former protégé, William Porter, teams up with the local police department to bring his former commander to justice and prevent him from further vigilantism.Written by
Code of Honor was filmed entirely in the state of Utah. This was Steven Seagal's first time filming in Salt Lake City, Utah. See more »
at 44:53 the agents gun is empty click click receiver back, and in the next frame the gun is ready without reloading, he says, "are there anymore, are there anymore" No! good thing too! you're empty!. See more »
Next stop Salt Lake City for Steven Seagal. He plays Colonel Robert Sikes, a former special-ops operative turned vigilante following the drive-by killing of his wife and son. Sikes' former protege, FBI agent Porter (Craig Sheffer) tries to find his vigilante friend before the police or a maniacal mobster are able to.
Code of Honor is an old-school styled action thriller. The central theme is, what happens if a vigilante begins to destroy all the crime lords and murderers which plague a district. How far could he go before a people's champion becomes too grey for the general public'?
Gratuitous for its violence, nudity and sleaze scenes, the film is also poorly acted in parts with ham-fisted exposition dialogue which is delivered by the supporting players. Clearly, it is meant as a Seagal vehicle so it's a pity he doesn't speak for 47 mins. Some scenes look fake with poor exection of CGI too. There's just nothing compelling about the story and it ends up with a diabolical twist at the end.
Nevertheless, the film features a terrific explosion in one scene and there is plenty of action and aikido skills on show, as you might expect. All in all, there are no characters with significant screen time to root for, as government, police, and news media are all painted in a bad light.
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