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Hard to Kill [Blu-ray]

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Hard to Kill (BD)

Action hero and martial arts expert Steven Seagal ("Exit Wounds," "Under Seige") stars in this box office hit. Seagal is L.A. police detective Mason Storm, whose family was murdered because of his investigation into high-level political corruption. Now, recovered from a seven-year coma after being left for dead, he's more than determined to settle the score. Co-starring Kelly Le Brock ("The Woman in Red"), who was then Mrs. Seagal, and directed by Bruce Malmuth ("Nighthawks").

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  • Actors: Steven Seagal, Kelly LeBrock, Bill Sadler, Frederick Coffin
  • Directors: Bruce Malmuth
  • Writers: Steven McKay
  • Producers: Lee Rich, Gary Adelson, Joel Simon, Michael Rachmil, Jr. Bill Todman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Restricted
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007NPUWDA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,509 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Hard to Kill [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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Being a huge fan of action films, it's hard to critique them because this genre of movie making has one purpose...to give viewers an escape from reality and a sense of enjoyment in seeing scumbags and criminals get what they don't get in the real world: The sh-- kicked out of them. For this reason, I rate films of this nature on production values and good action and effects, not necessarily the script or character definition. Most of Steven Seagal's films are better-than-average and this one rates near the top because the action is top-notch and the choreography of the hand-to-hand scenes is truly believable. His aikido skills are remarkable. There's even a little pathos and some humor thrown in to give viewers a little more than just bone-breaking fun. This is a good movie if you remember not to take it too seriously and just have fun and watch the bad guys get theirs in painful quantities.
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This movie is worth seeing for five reasons:

1) Emotional storyline. Kill a guy's family, put him in prison, and you've got the making of a high-octane story. Yes, maybe it's not CASABLANCA but it taps into our deepest emotions and desires. Including trying to get your son back.

2) Martial arts. Love the sequence where Steven Seagal is training. Very Eastern. Very authentic.

3) William Sadler as Senator Vernon Trent. Hollywood's most underrated character actor and villain turns in an understated performance. Very smooth and slick.

4) Seagal's romance. Yes, it's cheesy, but I'm a chick. Sue me.

5) The hot tub scene with Sadler. Again, sue me.
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As an owner of all of Steven Seagall's films, I still find this one to be his best. It is most difficult to rate his films as solid "Fives," because of the sometimes hokey nature of the acting and even the plots, but in terms of pure entertainment value, these are definitely entertaining. As he aged, Seagall's roles became less believable, due to the weight he put on and the deterioration of his martial arts skills. But this is the ultimate 'revenge" film, matched only perhaps by the first two "Death Wish" films of Charles Bronson. The story line is excellent here, Kelly LeBrock is fabulous, and the viewer will certainly be satisfied with the totally apropos title ending!
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Okay, so Die Hard is arguably the best action movie ever filmed. But Hard to Kill is arguably the second best action movie ever filmed. Steven Seagal's character went through so much anguish, seemingly losing everything he had. And then he beats the holy crap out of his enemies and nails the scum bag politician who was responsible for the whole thing. Nothing like sweet, sweet revenge. Seagal can be cheesy in other movies, but he kicked major butt in "Hard to Kill". You couldn't help but stand up and cheer.
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Just after "Above The Law" and before his girth expanded, Seagal made this dandy little action thriller. Set seven years ago on oscar night( and that is as close as he would ever get to one) Seagal gets bad guy Sadler(always fun as the bad man) on video ordering a hit on someone. Well before you can say "kung fu" Seagal is shot and left for dead , his wife is killed and his son gets away. But as we all know, if you don't cut him into pieces, just like Jason, Seagal isn't dead, but he is REALLY, REALLY MAD. Never once is this believable but as it moves so fast you never really have much time to think about it.
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Seagal plays Mason Storm, a Los Angeles homicide detective who is seen on the dock, one night, with a video camera and a tape recorder, spying on mystery guys who were plotting to turn a political figure into a memory...

Once he gets the evidence, Storm shares the information with a buddy, unaware that two crooked cops, in the next room, are listening in to their phone conversation...

Later that night, an assassination squad turns their automatic weapons against Storm and his family... They murder his wife, fail to kill his young kid, but apparently left him seriously wounded...

After Storm is taken to the hospital, he sank into a deep coma... His death was faked and his true identity was hidden away by a friend..

Seven years later, Seagal suddenly comes out of his coma, and begins to remember events that happened while he was conscious...

When he regains his full consciousness, he asks his beautiful nurse, Kelly LeBrock, to get him immediately out of the hospital...

In a house-sitting far back from the city, Storm prepares his health and wellness with Oriental healing traditions, stimulating the flow of energy within his body, by inserting fine needles into specific points on his skin...

Once achieving his skills of vitality, he set out to avenge his wife's murder by tracking down the crooked cops, and of course the ambitious, cynical politician, who was behind the grand scheme of things...

"Hard to Kill" is full of flying bullets and breaking-glass, with super-graphic fights and shootouts... Our great hero proves once again to have a threatening penchant for breaking bad men's arms, legs, wrists and backs...

Seagal and LeBrock look great together..
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