Today You Die [DVD] 
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Count on Steven Seagal to pack a devastating punchthis time with a little something extra. Not only does he prove the fist is mightier than the gun, he uses the supernatural to dish out bone-crunching punishment. Harlan Banks (Seagal) is hired to drive a delivery truck in Vegas. He picks up $20 million in cash, when his double-crossing cohort blasts two security men and then holds his gun to Banks head, ordering him to drive. After one of the most extraordinary chase scenes ever filmed on the streets of Vegas, Banks ends up in prison. But with a little mystical assistance, he escapes tounleash an explosive, unearthly vengeance.
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The Lord plays master thief Harlan Banks (who is a 'Robin Hood' kinda guy, only pulling heists that would help out the less fortunate - which is really nice of him). As his jobs become increasingly dangerous, The Lord's girlfriend Jada (Mari Morrow) wants him out of the game because of a psychic intervention (stay with me). However, The Lord has one last job in him - but wouldn't you know it, the heist goes wrong and now Harlan has escaped to Vegas where he gets a job driving an armoured car (you still with me?) for local hood Max (Kevin Tighe). Obviously, this isn't legit and after The Lord's snarly partner shoots a security guard, Banks is framed and sent to prison where he meets fellow inmate Ice Kool (Treach) and together they forge a partnership in order to hunt down the despicable villains who are behind this nefarious set up. Which, you know. Is sorta understandable.
Wow! This is another doozy from The Lord and direct to video junk peddlers Millennium Films/Nu Image. We got the usual stock footage from other movies (check!), a script that is a hodge podge of scenes seemingly spliced together with scissors (check!), awful acting (check!) and our favourite hard man decked out in a pseudo gangsta stylee with: Obligatory stuck on hair, long leather jacket and massive hands combo... At one point, his accent alternates to a dialect I'm not personal familiar with, but a fellow cast member actively points out that The Lord ''Walks like a black man and breathes like a killer''. So, I guess that clears some of his characterisation up.
Sony's UK DVD release sports an okay transfer and audio, however, as producers Nu Image used to only shoot on the cheapest stock known to man, don't go in expecting 'Avatar' - this is the best you're gonna get. Treach makes for an amusing side character and The Lord lets us all in on the fun by eternally punching prison inmates, throwing people out of plain-glass windows, blowing away bad guys and talking as if he were possessed by the demon residing in that little kid's loft in Georgetown - there really isn't more that you can ask. Add. To. Basket.
PLENTY OF ACTION / DRUGLORDS AND A BENT COPPER " FANCY THAT "
In Black Dawn Seagal blatantly got other people to do all his fights, even the simple stuff. In this film there are times when a stunt double is used such as the big fight at the beginning. But there are a few moments that remind you of how he used to be in his classics such as "Nico" and "Marked for Death". You cannot help but smile when he snaps that mans arm, or when the big muscly man tries to scare him in prison so seagal sorts him out. there are quite a few scenes where seagal shows he still is awesome at his martial arts.
I cant tell if its his own voice throughout the film but i think it is. The car chase scene through the city is surprisingly well filmed and exciting.
The main let down in this film is the psychic dreams that his wife has. There is no reason at all why these should be in this film as they bare no relevance to the story.
Overall, most people will see this film as rubbish, but for seagal fans like myself it shows the big man with the pony tail kicking arse like we havent seen for a while.
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