The Glimmer Man Reviews
On the other hand you can't complain because like JCVD or Arnie his films do what they say on the tin and everyone knows what to expect, if you don't like this type of film then you obviously don't watch. Many do watch because Seagal is one of the old 80's action man pack and does provide your daily fix of gratuitous violence and bloodshed.
This is probably one of his last better offerings before he got too fat and entered into the 'straight to DVD hell' of seemingly no return. We see Seagal in all his glory, providing his own wardrobe I assume as I have gotten the impression over the years he insists on wearing his 'ethnic' attire no matter what role he plays lol! I think he likes to be seen as a spiritual warrior of the East.
The action is predictable as is the plot and the characters are your typical mismatched duo with the obligatory unfunny quips from Wayans. Its basically the same old Seagal in the same old role doing the same old shit with the same old stunt double, guys run at Seagal, he touches them, they throw themselves head over heels through a window.
To be honest I never knew how or why Seagal managed to get into action films as the guy displays the least amount of action I've ever seen in an action film, but I guess some like his stuff and this isn't too bad, just don't expect any surprises.
Seagal and Wayans (theres a million wayans in the industry!) play two cops on the trail of a serial killer, but along they way, they get caught up in a smuggling operation with big power brokers and and hefty bad guys. So then comes the hefty Seagal and hefty violence - butt kicking at its best.
i never really got Seagal's fashion sense, and this movie is no exception. His clothes are very....... trendy, which kinda offest the whle movie - then throw in his buddhist beads for some spiritual enlightenment..... right...... but its cool. All that is made up for with his nifty credit card knife and plenty more to cover the little dodgy things in the flick. :-)
Seagal fans only.