Black Dawn (2005)


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An undercover CIA agent must fight for his life when his cover is blown during a heated assignment in this action entry starring martial arts mainstay Steven Seagal. CIA agent Jonathan Cold (Seagal) is attempting to infiltrate a group of well-known arms dealers when his former student is captured and his cover is blown. Now, with little time to spare before the wrathful weapons dealers sell a powerful nuclear bomb to an Eastern European terrorist cell, Agent Cold must race to save his former … More

Rating: R (violence, language and brief sexuality)
Genre: Action & Adventure
Directed By:
Written By: Martin Wheeler
In Theaters:
On DVD: Dec 26, 2005
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment


as Jonathan Cold

as Agent Amanda

as Anthony Greer

as Brody

as Myshkin

as Max Pierson

as Billy Raduziner

as Sergey

as Jewelry Store Owner

as Agent Thomas

as Holland

as Dr. Richard Turpin

as Desk Clerk

as Agent Baker

as Guard Harold

as Donovan

as Guard No. 1

as Guard No. 2

as Henchman No. 1

as Henchman No. 2

as Henchman No. 3
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All Critics (2)

Steven Segal--still chopping (it's a struggle), still kicking (it's exhausting), still in a career slump (it's over, cookie).

February 3, 2006
Bangor Daily News (Maine)

Make no mistake, Black Dawn isn't good by any stretch of the imagination - but it's certainly a substantial improvement over some of Seagal's more recent efforts.

Full Review… | December 19, 2005
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Not Bad...Not Good either ^_^

EightThirty .

Super Reviewer

The movie is very much in the style of the Jason Bourne movies with the formula agency spooks and espionage stuff. The first and last 20 minutes are pretty good and even though the middle section drags quite a bit the movie still never had that feeling of being terrible like Today You Die. The bad guys aren't too clichéd while John Pyper-Ferguson is a welcome casting, even though he seems to be putting on a bizarre accent. The fight sequences, which are extremely few and brief, are poor. The poorness of the fights however are due to the fact that Steven Seagal isn't present in any of them, even though his character is involved. However there is a great car chase and the movie also includes some impressive stunts.

Steven Vincent Gee

Super Reviewer

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