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Out of Reach

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Billy Ray Lancing, a former covert agent turned survivalist, takes on his deadliest case when he discovers that the foster program he is using to help a young girl is actually a human trafficking network. Headed up by a deadly crime boss, the operation is worth billionsand the girls are sold andtraded all over the world. Determined to put an end to the operation Lancing must draw on all his lethal skills to bring the network down.

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  • Actors: Ida Nowakowska, Matt Schulze, Steven Seagal, Agnieszka Wagner, Krzysztof Pieczynski
  • Directors: Po-Chih Leong
  • Producers: Elie Samaha, Frank Hildebrand
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 20, 2004
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000255LCK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,589 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Out of Reach" on IMDb

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While it has some minor flaws it's a quality movie. The action sequences aren't wire-fu or sped up. The story is more believable than some of his other movies and the bond he shares with a pen-pal girl is a nice touch, as well as him teaching her secret code. As in most of his other movies, he plays an ex-military/government agent that has more skill and wherewithall than any of the villians. While this concept is the same in virtually *every* Seagal movie, it's still enjoyable to watch. I do think he needs to branch out and play a different character than the same one he's played all this time. All this aside, it's decent entertainment and it's better than his last two movies.
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Hot on the heels of "On Dangerous Lard", and "Hard to Floss", the secret agents man's man is back to thwart evil doers, beat up nefarious villians and stop on the way to do some eco preaching. Billy Ray Lancing is a former covert agent (I was so surprised to find that out!) turned "Survivalist" who spends his time rescuing animals and getting in touch with nature. He is called to action however, when he suddenly discovers that the foster agency he is using to help a young girl is actually a front for a human trafficking industry. In time honored fashion the girl disappears, and Steven must put down his pruning shears and hemp weed knitting and rescue her. Plenty of rough & tumble, hard stares and stern "If you harm her I'll......." warnings follow as he cuts a swathe through the immoral band of naughty men, and the movie follows the standard formula. Our hero can of course make a high powered weapon from a stick of gum, and an empty beer can, and you immediately know that the army he is fighting have no chance. I know I am quite damning about these recent Seagal straight to video productions, which might make you ask why I keep watching them? Well, to be honest I've always been a fan of the aimless action flick, and Seagal has done some really fine work. Sadly as I hold my breath and wait for a return to movies of the Under Siege calibre, I find myself turning blue watching stuff like this instead. This is probably not as bad as the previous two offerings he has made, and credit to him for still managing to churn this stuff out, (he's hardly a young man anymore), but it is still pretty bad. Another complaint is the eco stuff - I have no problem with his obvious desire to make people more ecologically aware and responsible, but there is a platform to do it on properly, and this isn't it.Read more ›
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If you are a Steven Seagal fan, as I am, you will enjoy this movie for the plot and theme. He generally has a cause that he trys to express in many of his movies, and this is no different. I don't know much about the man outside of his movies, but from what I read in those I think he is a man with some deep convictions on certain topics. It shows in his movies. In this movie it is the human slave trade of young women which does go on, even today. People have different ways of making social statements and I think this is his way of doing it, through some of his films.

This movie though lacked the action scenes normally found in his films, and the voiceovers completely ruined the movie for me. How disconcerting to here the thoughts of the main character, Seagal, as an aside but with a completely different voice from his??? That happens throughout the entire movie. What in the world was the director thinking of? This was absolutely the dumbest thing I think I have seen in a movie. In addition, some of the action scenes were so obviously staged, and that showed too: specifically the sword fight and also in a couple other places. These made the action scenes seem unreal unlike most of his movies.

In any case it is worth a rental to watch. The theme and plot were well done I think, and the script was pretty good too. The young girl did a fine job of acting, also. I think most Seagal fans will like this movie, but be upset with the voiceovers, as I am. It is not one of his better movies in my opinion, so I only rated it 3 stars.
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Way above average for a straight-to-video Steven Seagal movie, Out of Reach has an outrageously unlikely premise and isn't afraid to have fun with it. Basically Steven Seagal works with wildlife that are injured but once upon a time he was a seriously dangerous dude doing bad things for our government--and his former employers would like him dead in case he decides to write a tell-all book so he keeps a very low profile. But he has one vulnerability--he sponsored a little girl in an orphanage in Poland and through the letters they write back and forth she has become his only friend and he is teaching her various types of coded cyphers.

Unfortunately the orphanage actually funnels young teenage girls into white slavery. When his pen pal disappears Seagal travels to Poland to find her and in the process take down a white slavery ring that has eluded the local authorities for years.

The villain in Out of Reach is as much of a hoot as the goofy set-up. He seems to live in the Taj Mahal his home is so immense. He keeps Seagal's little friend around because he admires her intelligence, her ability at chess and her interest in cyphers. He fences like an old-style upper-class villain played by Basil Rathbone once upon a time in Errol Flynn movies which eventually leads to a sword-fight showdown with Seagal. When the bad guy realizes who is on his trail rather than do the ungentlemanly thing and simply dump the girl and disappear for a while he not only keeps her close by but even allows her to leave coded-cyphers for her would-be rescuer--unfortunately she doesn't realize her captor can read them as well.
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