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The Glimmer Man [DVD] 
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There are too many "classic" scenes in the film to record in a brief summary but those that leap to the fore include the scene in the chinese restaurant - Seagal is attacked by several men and ends up practically demolishing the restaurant "I'm sorry we're closed for redecoration - about two months I'd say" and in a different scene, Keenen Ivory Wayans' classic quote "I've just got to suck on some deer...".
The story: a number of bizarre murders have taken place in which the victims have been crucified. Seagal and Wayans are partnered to investigate (both cops). Seagal starts to think that there is more than one killer at work (one using the original murders as an excuse to "cover up" some other killings and ends up shooting the original killer in what his Department considers suspicious circumstances. Wayans starts to suspect Seagal and discovers that his history is incomplete (a bit like Seagal himself).
However, after Wayans is blown (literally) out of his apartment and a joint visit to watch 'Casablanca' they start working together to solve the case which includes the CIA and the Russian Mafia. Why the 'Glimmer Man' - you'll have to buy the film to find out.
The fundamental flaw in The Glimmer Man is that it's just far too contrived. The 80s 'mis-matched cops' cliché didn't help either. Plus, the film was yet another Seven [Blu-ray]  wannabe, a sub-genre that flooded cinemas post October 1995.
Seagal plays Jack Cole, a weirdo New York cop transferred to Los Angeles for reasons that are never clearly defined. He's teamed-up with wisecracking Detective Jim Campbell (Keenan Ivory Wayans, who did not like Seagal) to catch 'The Family Man'; a serial killer who crucifies families (actually just the parents).Read more ›
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