Into the Sun Reviews
This is an example film as to were, just because you're a martial artist, doesn't mean you're an actor.
And the two key action sequences at the beginning feature no apparent link and set the audience up for a mindless action picture, even though its what you'd expect from Direct-to-DVD Steven Seagal films.
But the key problem is the fact that for a Steven Seagal film, there's a few decent action sequences at the start and then is basically bereft of them for the next hour, so the story more falls under the crime drama genre but it isn't what audiences are expecting so it's easy to get bored.
Plus, the intro action sequence doesn't link in with the rest of the film and misleads the viewer, and it's unlike a Steven Seagal film not to do that, so things are strange in Into The Sun.
But the action is of fairly decent calibre even though there isn't enough if it, and some of the plot dynamics exceed the standards set by Direct-to-DVD Steven Seagal films, although the lack of action is the disappointment especially because the action was better than expected.
So Into the Sun is and isn't what you'd expect, but it isn't too much to enjoy.