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Action superstar Steven Seagal is back in this nonstop thrill ride! When the governor of Tokyo is murdered, it falls on ex-CIA agent Travis Hunter to track down the responsible terrorists. However, the plot to kill the Governor is only the beginning of a web of corruption and violence. Hunter discovers a plan by a rising Yakuza leader to build an enormous drug-dealing network with the Chinese Mafia. With time running out and the Yakuza determined to see their plan through, Hunter must thwart the operationand get out alive.

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Action superstar Steven Seagal is back in this nonstop thrill ride! When the governor of Tokyo is murdered, it falls on ex-CIA agent Travis Hunter to track down the responsible terrorists. However, the plot to kill the Governor is only the beginning of a web of corruption and violence. Hunter discovers a plan by a rising Yakuza leader to build an enormous drug-dealing network with the Chinese Mafia. With time running out and the Yakuza determined to see their plan through, Hunter must thwart the operation - and get out alive.

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  • Actors: Steven Seagal, Takao Ohsawa, Juliette Marquis, Matthew Davis, Eddie George
  • Directors: mink
  • Writers: Steven Seagal, Joe Halpin, Trevor Miller
  • Producers: Binh Dang, Cellin Gluck, Elie Samaha, Erik Anderson
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 15, 2005
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006VL1IS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,109 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Into the Sun" on IMDb

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37 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Prime since 2009 on February 28, 2005
Format: DVD
I've seen every seagal movie. I've loved some, I've hated more. I wasn't going to rent this one because first reviews in seemes like it was pretty bad, but because I have my movie pass at blockbuster, and because since the stupid no more late fees thing there's like no movies to rent in stock anymore, I decided to try it. Turns out, it was actually ok. It wasn't great. As some other people mentioned there weren't a lot of fight scenes, but there were quite a few, some very reminiscient of out for justice.

The plot was fragmented, it was like the writers took an idea for a story, broke it down into a dozen seperate parts, wrote them on a piece of paper, tore the paper up into little pieces and put them in a box. Then somebody randomly pulled out pieces of the story and that's the order they decided to shoot it in. A LOT of it didn't flow very well, and a LOT of it didn't really make sense, you were like "huh" a lot of the time. Just like every seagal movie, they had to somehow squeeze in a story involving a love interest, a past CIA mission, Yakuza AND Tong (there's always an organized crime link), lots of shooting, a new rookie partnet, somebody close always gets killed, AND for some reason swordfighting.

And at least it appeared that he read all his lines in this one. It was an enjoyable movie, worth renting, but probably not worth buying unless you're a die hard seagal fan. I suppose if you weren't a fan, you probably wouldn't even be reading this anyways. I don't think you'll be disapointed, of course, you also won't be impressed! Hope this review helps.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Poe the Ghost on July 12, 2007
Format: DVD
This is the first Steven Seagal movie I've ever seen, I bought it at Kmart for 5 dollars on sale. Normally, I wouldn't have bought this movie, but I was in the mood for an action movie (cheesy or otherwise) and for only 5 bucks it seemed like a good buy.
After reading the reviews and watching the movie, I must say that I don't have the buyer's remorse. It wasn't the best action movie I've ever seen, but it's a far cry from being the worst.
Although it was direct to video here in the states, it did show up in theaters abroad, and it's not low budget either. It's filmed rather well, has an okay story, and the acting is good.
While the villans in this movie are all overly cliched Japanesse Mob bosses and henchmen, and it doesn't really fit that Travis Hunter (Steven Seagal) seems to know everything about the Japanesse underworld even though he did grow up in Japan, the movie flows pretty well and (although a little sad) had a good ending.

Maybe it's just because this is the first Steven Seagal movie I've ever seen, so I can't compare it to his other movies, but I liked this movie, and I don't regret buying it. Heck, I can even see myself watching it again...

Now let's talk about the rating...
I usually don't agree with the MPAA's ratings, namely because they're always a bit off in my opinion. Yes, this movie is rated R and that is a proper rating due to the ammount of swearing & violence. However, on the back of the box, it also mentions nudity and sexual situations, which aren't that prevalant... It should've said "brief partial nudity" due to the fact that the only nudity you actually see depicts 2 women swimming topless in an oversized fish tank at a club, some 50 feet away from the camera for about 10 seconds.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Davis on January 24, 2011
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While this video had its share of good action and fight scenes, it can be confusing in a number of ways, especially when trying to determine who belongs to what rival gang. The viewer must pay close attention at all times, or it will be difficult to follow the scenes. Overall, an entertaining movie, with believable characters and fairly good acting.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Randy on March 28, 2005
Format: DVD
Once again Segall is a renagade c.i.a. man who has retired. But they keep calling him back to duty. This time the governer of Japan gets killed. Segall goes in and starts to kill the Yakasua.

Alot of sub-titles in the movie which was shot overseas, so many of his co-stars are from Japan. Segall must not be credible in Hollwood any more. Its an o.k. movie I guess but, his flicks have taken a big downward turn in recent years. One note: if you have a home theater the dolby 5.1 soundtrack was quite good.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David on March 9, 2005
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Steven Segal writes, executive produces, and stars in "Into the Sun." It is basically a film about the FBI's attempt to clean up terrorism by going after local gangsters in Tokyo that sell heroin by stuffing them into fish. Doesn't that make sense?? There was also something else in there about a "governor" getting assassinated, which was basically a subplot that was quickly wrapped up by Segal walking onto the crime scene and saying "get me some photos of this" and then pointing up to the video surveillance camera.

Anyway, Travis Hunter (Segal) spends the first half of the movie walking around finding places to eat and talking to Japanese gangsters about one particular thug, Kuroda (it's really action packed). On a side note, Kuroda has to be the worst villain ever in the history of cinema. He makes the job easy for Hunter by basically killing half the people that work for him: he shoots one guy in the head, stabs another one, and threatens to shoot his second-in-command just because he feels a little fussy. Plus, he is a horrible sword fighter, which makes it easy for Travis Hunter - a "master swordsman" - to kill him. (Why doesn't Kuroda just shoot Hunter?!) Also, in the first half of the film, Hunter (Segal) is persistent on mocking us with his fluency in Japanese. It is like he is saying, "Ha ha! You might be laughing at my slicked back V-shaped hair and my giant head, but I know Japanese and you - foolish American - have to read the subtitles." The second half of the film becomes a revenge narrative where Segal really goes after Kuroda. He kills him extra hard at the end. There is also a really touching scene with Hunter's fiancé, a Japanese woman at least twenty years younger.
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