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Nothing special, but competently made by Seagal's usual direct-to-DVD standards.
...all one really expects out of a Seagal movie is a lot of arm-breaking and twirling kicks.
After failing to get the green light to remake The Yakuza, Seagal went to work on this film instead, which is surprisingly one of his best in years. Seagal not only starred in this film, but also wrote the screenplay and executive produced it and it's a very good film. Good action and a moderate pace make it enjoyable even if you gave up on Seagal after The Glimmer Man. Jazz legend Stanley Clarke did the music for this film as well.
Steven Seagal back to his best, some top action sequences. This movie music playing in about every place, a novelty chopstick death, Eddie George getting shot up at the beginning, swordplay.
After watching Sydney Pollack's Yakuza I was itching to see another yakuza based film. After seeing this I should have just applied some balm.
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