Attack Force 2006 R CC

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(71) IMDb 2.7/10
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Steven Seagal is back in this high-octane, action thriller! When MARSHALL LAWSON (Seagal) loses his strike-team in a cold-blooded and seemingly random attack, he takes it upon himself to investigate the suspicious circumstances of the brutal killings. Soon he uncovers CTX Majestic, a covert military operation so secret, that now the military wants Marshall eliminated. Resolute in his pursuit, M...

Starring:
Steven Seagal, Lisa Lovbrand
Runtime:
1 hour 35 minutes

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Attack Force

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Genres Thriller, Action
Director Michael Keusch
Starring Steven Seagal, Lisa Lovbrand
Supporting actors David Kennedy, Matthew Chambers, Danny Webb, Andrew Bicknell, Adam Croasdell, Mark Dymond, Del Synnott, Cheryl Ko, Ioan Ionescu, Tomi Cristin, Florian Ghimpu, Evelyne Armela O'Bami, Emanuel Parvu, Serban Celea, Mihai Stanescu, Bogdan Uritescu, Ileana Lazariuc, Coca Bloos
Studio Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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I didn't always know who the good guys were and who the bad guys were.
Wayne C. Rogers
Steven Seagal plays Marshall Lawson, a commander of an elite military unit, in the 2008 direct-to-DVD Attack Force.
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I've been a longtime fan of Seagal's movies, but I was greatly disappointed by this film.
S. Sasse

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Wayne C. Rogers on December 30, 2006
Format: DVD
Like many of the other reviewers here, I've been a fan of Steven Seagal's since Above the Law came out in the late 80's. I've enjoyed most of his American made films right up to Half Past Dead and Exit Wounds. When Seagal severed his relationship with long-time production partner, Jules Nasso, and then Warner Brothers ended its relationship with our martial arts hero, the quality of Seagal's movies went downhill rather quickly as did his salary. He dropped from making sixteen million a movie to a little over two million a picture. In other words, to keep up his high standards of living, he now has to do four-to-five movies a year just to equal what he used to make on one Warner Brothers' picture. Part of this is due to the increase in age (he's now 55) and weight (at least eighty-to-a-hundred pounds overweight for his height of 6' 4") and his inability to do the fighting scenes that made him famous almost twenty years ago. Add all of the above to bad directing, terrible scripts, and poor photography, and you have an actor who's barely hanging on to his career. I have to also say that Seagal isn't the only actor who's had to resort to making films almost entirely in Europe. Wesley Snipes has found himself in the same boat (though he could be avoiding the IRS) and so has Sylvester Stallone (Sly, however, is making a comeback with Rocky Balboa and a fourth "Rambo" film due out this summer). And, like many of the other people who've reviewed Attack Force, I, too, keep hoping for a really good "Seagal" film that will display his talents as they used to be in his earlier movies. Unfortunately, unlike the other reviewers, I didn't just buy Attack Force, I also purchased Today You Die at the same time. I should've read the reviews first, but I didn't, and now I'm stuck with two clunkers.Read more ›
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By SychoPhil on March 24, 2007
Format: DVD
What can I say?

I would've been disappointed if I'd only rented this DVD, let alone bought it. Like the other reviewers, i too have been a seagal fan since Above the Law. His movies have been going down hill recently - but there have at least been some saving qualities amongst them! Attack force is pure unadulterated insidious crap. If you haven't stuck cutlery (or any convenient household utensil) into your ears by the half way point, there's something wrong with you. The voice dubbing is pathetic. A female voice with an indian accent would sound closer to Mr Seagal's own voice than the gravelly whisp that emanated from his mouth for most of the dialogue.

Maybe that's the movie's saving grace: you can't turn away - if you do, you won't know who's talking!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brian Libby on June 17, 2007
Format: DVD
I have nothing to add to the other one-star reviews of this bad movie, except perhaps to emphasize the incomplete and inadequate ending, but I found it interesting that, if you watch the credits to the end, you get some idea of the kind of help a wealthy man gets when making a movie. For in the credits (which seem to include most of the population of Bucharest), you can learn the names of (1) "Mr. Seagal's Stunt Double", (2) "Mr. Seagal's Photo Double", (3) the provider of the "Wardrobe for Mr. Seagal", (4) "Mr. Seagal's Make-Up Artist", (5) the "Executive Assistant to Mr. Seagal", and (6) the "Driver of Mr. Seagal's Trailer".
Further, you can even learn the provider of "Mr. Seagal's Trailer" (Translux International Ltd.).

The mystery is that, among all the members of Mr. Seagal's entourage, we are not told who is "Mr. Seagal's Voice". At least I didn't see that.

A bit more work along these lines and Mr. Seagal may discover how to make a film with no personal presence at all.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Price on January 12, 2007
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This was the worst Seagal movie ever made...It was confusing, dark, stupid plot and they made his voice sound like the Marlboro man with cancer. I used to love his movies but if this is the stuff he is now making he is all washed up. He fights like a old man in the movie too...DONT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY...Too Bad...he used to be great!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Sasse on February 13, 2007
Format: DVD
I've been a longtime fan of Seagal's movies, but I was greatly disappointed by this film. First, there were clearly sections where Steven Seagal's voice was done by a different actor who sounds nothing like him. (Clearly done when the film was cut together after the main filming) It was surprising that they could not take the time to get Seagal to do the vocal tracks for those sections. There were also very few action sequences that demonstrated Seagal's skills with martial arts. In many ways, this film was more of a slasher flick than an action film. Little action, but lots of bloody corpses lying about. I enjoyed Black Dawn far more, and feel it was a much better made film.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ReviewMaster on January 18, 2007
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I don't know what happened here. Some of Steven Seagal's dialogue is mysteriously (and poorly) voiced over by some third party. The plot is all but missing, and SO IS THE ACTION. Is this an attempt to move into Sci-Fi/Horror by Mr. Seagal? This movie is as poor as his early movies were fantastic. I would NOT have allowed this movie to be released in this condition if I were the star. Claude Van Damme is somehere in Belgium laughing his @#& off.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sid the Elf on July 25, 2009
Format: DVD
After watching Into the Sun earlier we had the opportunity to make it a double feature Saturday when Attack force also came on tv hours later. Being the Seagal fans we are this was an opportunity we simply couldn't pass up. It kind of felt like an old school Saturday when we used to spend our evening watching some hilarious flicks, except 2 key members were missing. None the less it brought Sid's mind back to the good old days which is always a welcomed occasion.

In Attack force Seagal plays Marshall Lawson and has unleashed his finest mullet to date. This thing is good, we want to be friends with it. It pretty much looks like his ponytail also gained weight forcing to stretch wide for a full mullet/Myers effect that cannot be contained. Aside from his mullet Marshall lost his strike force/competitive eating team by a group of government tested freaks. Marshall discovers the military secret and has to take on the US army along with the super warriors in a battle royal of hilarious proportions. Throughout the film there is a very strange dubbed effect going on. Sometimes Seagal's mouth will be moving but a different voice is heard not matching up with his lips. The voice sounds nothing like Seagals, much like the Pesci voice in the edited tv version of Casino. Awesome! 1 star right there for it's b dubbed goodness. You can tell a lot of effort went into this one.

Attack force earned itself 3 stars in our eyes despite mostly terrible reviews from the masses. Both this and Into the Sun got bashed but actually turned out to be pretty entertaining. You just have to love what Steven has become. He has pretty much become the obese version of Johnny Cash because he wears black everything in every movie he's done since the early 2000's.
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