In Force of Execution Seagal plays a gangster who owns a certain territory. However, there is a badness about this movie that's impossible for me to explain. They even ruined that, as Steven Seagal can't fight anymore, and that's noticeable. His main man is played by Bren Foster who is one of those unstoppable hit-men specialized in a full range of martial arts. The fight scene in the end was a little inconsistent.
There's no pre-story, no explanations of what's going on in the beginning. This film deserves three stars: One for the film itself, one for Danny Trejo, and one for Ving Rhames. And a real test of the endurance of anyone watching it — running in at a torturous 98 minutes. While this was most likely to conceal stunt doubles in some shots, it makes the action hard to follow in places, especially with Seagal. A prison assassination gone awry puts the life of the hit-man Bren Foster in jeopardy, leading to his eventual banishment and downfall into substance abuse. Since his fall from theatrical screens Sates-side, Seagal has complied a seemingly unending stream of forgettable titles. He is also a Mexican witch doctor.
The plot is a bit overcomplicated and difficult to follow in the beginning. This movie doesn't even have gratuitous violence - just stupidity. Yes, I know it's a B-movie, but I was hoping for it to be entertaining. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't expecting Shakespeare. Alexander, a crime boss with a fleet of hit men at his disposal.
He has a way of making his opponent looking completely useless which I've always enjoying watching. Your work here is highly commended. Alexander arranges housing for Hurst above the bar. Review: This movie was exactly what I expected. Generally you watch Seagal movies these days with the intention of laughing at them and taking them as comedies. There was a 10 second countdown then it played the recommended movie automatically. He has to be one of the worst actors out there.
I've looked at a lot of reviews for 'Force of Execution' and they would have you believe that it's an absolute classic. Now, before we get into the fundamentals of how you can watch 'Force of Execution' right now, here are some details about the Voltage Pictures action flick. The entire plot is also quite predictable. Words cannot describe my state of despair upon having experienced the first two scenes. Steven Segal phones in his performance and Ving Rhames just grunts all the way through it and don't get me started on his 'fighting abilities'! As far as the technical aspects go, director Keoni Waxman opts for the currently in-vogue shaky-cam, and some of the editing choices obscure the action.
For a change Seagal plays a gangster boss. Um hello who is this Bren Foster fellow and why is not a leading man on the silver screen? You get a thinly veiled story that pretty much moves from one action set piece to the next while having some fantastic fight scenes and plenty of action throughout. I'm sad that Ving Rhames and Steven Seagal have sunk so far from their heyday performances. Seagal, sporting a becoming set of whiskers, channels his inner Brando to play the head of an organized crime ring. He summarized everything quite well. Performance-Wise: Steven Seagal is in top-from here.
Who do we root for? Anthony Pena, Ruben Rivera Laguna, Kevin Wiggins, Jim Burleson, Jackie Skobel Alexander Coates Steven Seagal is a former government agent who became a mob boss with his own honour code. Be sure to follow him on and on the. Well this movie didn't disappoint. A boring, worthless, un-engaging piece of crap movie. This is probably what saves the character from disappearing into the background really, as there is nothing much to him. Director, Is this a story? In that scene, we meet the actual hero of the movie, Roman Hurst, the right hand man and top assassin for Mr. I have to add, however, that neither seems interested in his role, just kinda walking through it.
Ving Rhames knows when to ham this type of role up and plays it for all the fun he can get out of it. Their popularity waned and since the millennium both have been starring in mostly Direct-To-Video movies. Keoni Waxman's Direction is good. Also, the other kid may be able to move, but the fights look like they were scripted by a 5 year old. The settings chop and change from one location to another, never really linking together the overall tale, let alone leaving any space for the audience to care about any of the one-dimensional characters. First, I've liked Seagal's early movies Above the Law, etc.