Very violent honest-cop corruption story.
| Original Score: 2/5
Orin Boyd is a cop who "doesn't obey the rules" and although his boss considers him to be "one of the best", he must be transferred to one of the roughest precincts in town.
| Original Score: 2/4
...a refreshingly action-packed film that's distractingly enjoyable.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
With a plot that can be roughly described as Serpico for people who never outgrew The A-Team, Seagal beats and bangs up Detroit single-handedly.
| Original Score: 1/5
Anyone who experienced Seagal's films when he was in his prime will know that he is to acting ability what Robin Cook is to personal magnetism.
The film does exhibit a major problem typical of book adaptations; it's overburdened with plot and supporting characters.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
It's rumored the actors were paid for this. You don't need to.
Seagal -- who turns 50 in a few weeks -- has been inactive for the past few years, and it shows.
Steven Seagal is funnier by accident than most comedians are on purpose.
| Original Score: 3/10
Seagal is...just as quiet, just as tough, just as slow and methodical, and just as weird as ever.
| Original Score: 4/10
the action scenes are crisp and keep the film chugging along
| Original Score: C+
May have helped the Buddha-like Seagal get back on the right path, career-wise, but I ask everyone--is that really a good thing?
| Original Score: short
"Exit Wounds" is an action movie left bleeding in a sea of excess, venality and incompetence.
| Original Score: 1/4
The year may be 2001, but the film is the same ol' standard-issue Seagal vehicle that could have easily come from his early '90s heyday.
Via a combination of undeniably smart action moves and a hitherto absent sense of stoic self-deprecation, Seagal is once again back on form.
| Original Score: 3/5
Anderson dominates proceedings as DMX's loud-mouthed accomplice.
It left an exit wound, just not as large as I expected.
As formulaic an action movie as ever graced the screen.
[Seagal] is still stuck in his automaton martial-arts persona.
Should always be watched on television, where you don't have to pay outright and you have the option to change channels.