Born To Raise Hell
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The plot: an international drug task force operating out of Romania, headed by ex-Interpol agent Samuel Axel (Seagal), sets its sights on bringing down the operations of a deadly and sadistic gang of drug traffickers...
People who don't like Steven Seagal by default are going to hate this movie. Seagal occupies most of the scenes (perhaps still making up for his absence throughout most of Against the Dark?) and his character is boisterous, arrogant, and most of the other characters cow to him in one way or another. Surprisingly, I found myself appreciating this: a supercilious Steven is still more fun to watch than the detached, bored-looking dope he played for a while in movies like Flight of Fury. However, whatever effort he seems to have made for this film is marred by extensive dubbing of his voice - something not present in his movies to this degree since the picture I just mentioned.Read more ›
Through the first half I thought it might be low-key, below average and I might be disappointed ,,, but I was wrong!!! The movie "carried well" from start to finish; very well written, acted (by all) and directed.
I found the (international) acting to be top-notch and the screenplay had no extra bovine crap, no melodramatic bs thrown in for the female audience member ,,, except maybe for Seagal taking a few moments to satisfy his woman. It was brief and realistically erotic.
All in all a very good and very entertainiing movie.
Above all I loved the international scenery and the outstanding international actors!!!
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LOVE ME SOME STEVEN SEAGAL MOVIES THEY ARE GREAT ACTION MOVIES THANKS AMAZON LISA CLAYPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not one of Seagal's best direct to video "masterpieces" but it entertains if you got nothing else to do.Published 5 months ago by M.
No good movie, nice fights, but story lacks in every aspect. Old seagal with a young fiance?Published 7 months ago by Diego Rubio