Harmon is a CIA/DEA enforcer investigating terrorists captured in Mexico. With his team--seductive FBI agent Zara and spy-drone pilot Sharp--he flies to Istanbul and uncovers a brutal plot: extremists plan to use Sonora drug-smuggling routes to bring deadly weapons, and leaders, into the U.S. To prevent an attack on America, Harmon must turn these two savage forces against one another before his time--and his luck--run out.
Jemma Dallender had a body double replace her for her intimate love scene with Seagal. This was accomplished with tricky editing, careful camera work, and having the double shown only from behind. See more »
Steven Seagal made some semi-cool action movies in the late 80's and early 90's, but this is one is about as bad as it gets.
Sure, you can watch this if you want a good laugh. But if you like Seagal you'd be better off watching "Nico" or "Under Siege" once more instead of this garbage.
Seagal is in fact the best actor in this thing, and that says a lot. Just listen to the two, soon to be dead, guys in the opening scene, and you'll understand how bad the actors are in "Contract To Kill". In addition to that the special effects are laughable (watch the plane explosion), the dialogue awful (f**k this, f**k that) and the editing is poorly done.
Fast forward to Seagal's fighting scenes. They are still pretty fun to watch.
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