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Steven Seagal Films From Best To Worst

Michael Kendall "michaelkendall2"
 
Out For Justice [DVD] [1991]
Out For Justice [DVD] [1991]
"Seagal's toughest and best film.  Gritty, excessively violent.  Not to be missed."
Marked for Death [DVD] [1991] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Marked for Death [DVD] [1991] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Highly entertaining ultra violence with big Steve up against some dastardly Rasta drug lords.  The UK dvd is cut so get this region 1 or the French region 2 from amazon france."
Above the Law [DVD] [1988] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Above the Law [DVD] [1988] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Impressive debut from the wrist snapping one.  Get the region 1; the UK unnecessarily retains the cuts made to the 80s video."
Under Siege 2 [DVD] [1995] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Under Siege 2 [DVD] [1995] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Superior sequel to Under Siege.  Everett McGill and Eric Bogosian are great as the villains, as is Peter Greene as a thug for hire.  The UK dvd is heavily cut despite the cinema release being uncut."
Executive Decision [DVD] [1996] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Executive Decision [DVD] [1996] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Excellent plane hi-jack thriller starring Kurt Russell and Seagal.  The UK version cuts some Seagal knife violence at the beginning of the film to avoid an '18'.."
Fire Down Below [DVD] [1997]
Fire Down Below [DVD] [1997]
"Underrated Seagal effort with a decent supporting cast.  This was the last of Seagal's constant stream of action greats."
Hard to Kill (Ws) [DVD] [1990] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Hard to Kill (Ws) [DVD] [1990] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Hard To Kill is an enjoyably silly action fest which is most memorable for its Steve in a coma for years scene, whereby he grows a Santa Clause beard.  His ex Kelly LeBrock co stars."
Belly Of The Beast [DVD]
Belly Of The Beast [DVD]
"Seagal's best post-Fire Down Below film.  A stylish, bloody thriller from the director of  A Chinese Ghost Story among other classics."
On Deadly Ground [DVD] [1994] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
On Deadly Ground [DVD] [1994] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Another undervalued film from big Steve.  Some great character actors in support too; John C McGinley, Billy Bob Thornton, R Lee Ermey, etc.  Michael Caine is hilarious as the oil tycoon baddie!"
Glimmer Man [DVD] [1996] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Glimmer Man [DVD] [1996] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Enjoyable genre hybrid; a serial killer-comedy-martial arts film.  Uneven but with some good action throughout.  The UK version has brief cuts."
Exit Wounds [DVD] [2001]
Exit Wounds [DVD] [2001]
"This was a decent comeback for the ponytailed one, sans ponytail sadly... some of the wire-fu doesn't suit Steve though."
Under Siege [DVD] [1992] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Under Siege [DVD] [1992] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Solid if overrated thriller which begins well but evaporates in the second half.  Great climactic fight scene though.  A few brief cuts were made in the UK to avoid an '18' rating."
Pistol Whipped [DVD] [2008]
Pistol Whipped [DVD] [2008]
"Highly enjoyable DTV outing for Seagal; easily one of his best recent films.  Steve talks tough & kicks the crap out of people. No dubbing and he does virtually all the action himself.  Good dumb fun."
Renegade Justice [DVD] [2007]
Renegade Justice [DVD] [2007]
"Bone crunching smackdowns and excessively blood-drenched shootouts throughout signal that this DTV Seagal flick is one of his best recent efforts.  Steve even does most of the action himself!"
Driven To Kill [DVD]
Driven To Kill [DVD]
"Another recent Seagal outing where the big man puts some effort in; he fights, runs and even adopts a Russian accent!  Worth it to see Steve as a ruthless gangster but the plot could've been better."
A Dangerous Man [DVD]
A Dangerous Man [DVD]
"Extremely brutal, sadistic Action Thriller [inexplicably rated '15' in Ireland!]with the big man on solid form.  Plenty of unnecessarily violent beatdowns; however a decent narrative is still lacking."
Into the Sun [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Into the Sun [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
"Fairly good if slow moving Samurai style flick.  The European dvds sadly have subtitle problems so the region 1 is needed [the film has a lot of Japanese dialogue]."
The Keeper [DVD]
The Keeper [DVD]
"Okay, if slow paced Seagal outing.  It's perfectly watchable but suffers from weak supporting actors and poor antagonists for Seagal to pummel.  Seagal could do with a more inspired plot too."
Half Past Dead [DVD] [2003]
Half Past Dead [DVD] [2003]
"Extremely silly prison based action film.  There are a couple of good fights but nothing to write home about.  Watchable nonsense, Ja Rule is crap in it though."
Mercenary for Justice [DVD]
Mercenary for Justice [DVD]
"So-so Seagal straight to video effort.  A couple of good action scenes... but really dull on second viewing.."
The Patriot [DVD]
The Patriot [DVD]
"This was the start of Seagal's decline; its overlong, with an indulgent emphasis on eco issues.  Just a couple of good scenes sadly."
Out Of Reach [DVD] [2004]
Out Of Reach [DVD] [2004]
"Mediocre at best with a paltry amount of action scenes.  Unintentionally funny at times - Seagal has a penpal; a little girl no less! - but what else is new."
Out For A Kill [DVD] [2003]
Out For A Kill [DVD] [2003]
"Pretty violent but again, pretty crap.  There is no room for Today You Die on this list but it is equally appalling."
The Foreigner [DVD]
The Foreigner [DVD]
"Pretty poor Seagal DTV 'effort' with a ludicrously convoluted plot and very little akido.  Seriously bad acting too.  The sequel, Black Dawn, is a similarly limp, wilfully incoherent concoction."
Ticker [DVD]
Ticker [DVD]
"Absolutely awful film with terribly shot and edited action.  It's impossible to tell what on Earth is going on in the shoddy fight scenes.  If it wasn't all body doubles it might as well have been."