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A Good Man [DVD]
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Keoni Waxman writes and directs this action thriller starring Steven Seagal. When notorious special ops soldier Alexander (Seagal) loses a Chinese target in a botched mission, he decides to quit the business and try to lead a normal life, going off the grid and finding work as a handyman. When one of his clients gets caught up with an infamous Russian gangster Alexander vows to protect them at all costs. As he realises that he has entered into the middle of a war between rival Russian and Chinese gangs, he sees his opportunity to finally bring his once lost target to justice.
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The plot is straight forward, except for that one thing we see coming. Seagal goes after the bad guys while attempting to save the girl and her sister too. Grindhouse style action, music, and fast speed fighting for Seagal. Some scenes are poorly dubbed, others use English subtitles when they speak English for emphasis (?) and sometimes they speak Russian with no subtitles. They shouldn't allow drinking in the editing room.
4 stars on the Seagal scale.
Parental Guide: F-bomb, stripper nudity. An odd bar where some strippers wear pasties and some do not.
Anyhoo, on with the show: Alexander (The Lord, this time with added gnarly beard trimmings) is the leader of a covert operation in Dagestan, where one of his targets - a villainous fellow by the name of Mr. Chen (Tzi Ma) escapes, resulting in the death of Alexander's team. Bereft, he returns to Eastern Europe where he strikes up a relationship with neighbour Lena and her younger sister Mya in his apartment building. Lena's brother Sasha (a good Victor Webster) is in over his head working for a local mafia boss in order to pay off his father’s debt which raises the interest of our rotund avenger - high kicking those nasty mafia fella's into next week. Obviously, all of this totally unconnected storyline dovetails into Mr Chen being behind the mafia goons, which whips The Lord into supersonic action (well, he walks right past Burger King), leading to a fateful showdown between the two at the films climax.
To be honest, this isn't gonna win anyone awards. It hardly registers as a full feature, but for the life of me - I can't hate it. The Lord has gone from being a serious action contender to simply turning up and mumbling strange gobs of exposition and philosophical dialogue between punching bad guys in the head and dating girls just out of high school.Read more ›
However... There is one big issue I have with this film... (SPOILER)
At the beginning of the film, Steven plus another guy are observing a compound where two high value targets are located. The pair are tasked with providing reconnaissance for a missile strike in order to take them out. Seagal covertly goes in and sees a load of civilians and people being used as human shields so decides to take matters into his own hands. He spooks the guys who then promptly make their escape. Seagal manages to kill one of them and then radios in to cancel the planned strike (he also did this before going in if memory serves me well) but the guys in charge go ahead with it anyway. THIS IS HOW THE GIRL (plus many others too) DIES. She wasn't killed by the bad guys. SHE WAS KILLED BY THE US STRIKE TEAM!!!!!!Read more ›
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Most of the films starring Steven Seagal which I have previously watched are rubbish, with weak plots, poor acting and an obsession with martial arts scenes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr Stewart M Frazier
When you sit down to watch a Steven Seagal film you pretty much know exactly what to expect. High fight count, high body count usually. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ozymandias
I only started watching this because it appeared to have decent rating!? we need more normal people to vote it down so regular people dont waste there time, unless you guys are... Read morePublished 5 months ago by phil