Exit Wounds Reviews
December 6, 2005
February 26, 2003
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.
December 16, 2002
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.
December 8, 2002
The film does exhibit a major problem typical of book adaptations; it's overburdened with plot and supporting characters.
October 21, 2002
It's rumored the actors were paid for this. You don't need to.
March 19, 2002
Seagal -- who turns 50 in a few weeks -- has been inactive for the past few years, and it shows.
October 10, 2001
Steven Seagal is funnier by accident than most comedians are on purpose.
September 30, 2001
Seagal is...just as quiet, just as tough, just as slow and methodical, and just as weird as ever.
September 28, 2001
the action scenes are crisp and keep the film chugging along
August 29, 2001
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?
June 19, 2001
"Exit Wounds" is an action movie left bleeding in a sea of excess, venality and incompetence.
May 3, 2001
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.
April 2, 2001
As formulaic an action movie as ever graced the screen.
March 27, 2001
[Seagal] is still stuck in his automaton martial-arts persona.
March 23, 2001
Should always be watched on television, where you don't have to pay outright and you have the option to change channels.
March 20, 2001
Exit Wounds is standard action movie stuff with a couple of twists.