| Original Score: 3/5
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
| Original Score: 3.5/4
Via a combination of undeniably smart action moves and a hitherto absent sense of stoic self-deprecation, Seagal is once again back on form.
Anderson dominates proceedings as DMX's loud-mouthed accomplice.
It left an exit wound, just not as large as I expected.
| Original Score: 2/5
| Original Score: 3.5/5
In its low grade way, this blithely brutal cops and drugs thriller is an efficient hot wire entertainment.
| Original Score: B-
[Bartkowiak] does coax a better performance from Seagal than we've seen since his gig as SNL host in the early 90s.
Mindless, empty and fairly entertaining.
For those in search of action-filled escapist entertainment who are willing to jettison expectations of credibility into the nearest popcorn tub, Exit Wounds ... will do to pass time on an inclement day.
A wild ride!
Exit Wounds suggests that Seagal knows how to keep our eyes glued to the screen, when he puts his mind to it.
Seagal's resurrection might not last longer than this film, but Wounds manages to be a superior successor to the testosterone flicks of the 1980s.
Decent action flick that imparts a satisfying, guilty pleasure.
Seagal goes back to a formula that works.
The film does an excellent job of keeping action rolling and interjecting comic relief.
The people who go into this movie expecting to see some solid action, a few laughs and an overall forgettable story, will likely be quite entertained by it all.
| Original Score: 7/10
There's just no denying Exit Wounds kicks some serious butt.
Seagal may make a few more comeback films before he's done. But Dark Man X has arrived.