Sunday 2 February 2014

Force of Execution Blu-ray Short Review

3 Stars of middle ground Crime Lord Retirement.

foecoverDirector Keoni Waxman (A Dangerous Man, Shooting Gallery) seems to thrive on doing mediocre action films, as is this one.

foeseagalEven though the stars are well known, this film does not light any flames, as the martial arts and action are far too far apart and Steven Seagal's mumblings are far too close together. Keep your remote control close at hand as you will need to rewind whilst saying, "what did he say?"

Thomas Douglas, (Steven Seagal, Under Siege) has been the top dog of a crime family for years and it is wearing thin on him. He wants out but first there is work to be done.
Someone needs taking care of, but the snag is that they are in a secure wing of a prison. So Thomas sends in his trusted enforcer, Roman Hurst (Bren Foster, Maximum Conviction), who impersonates a prison officer and gains access to the recreation area and as he selects his mark, Ice Man, (Ving Rhames, Pulp Fiction), the contact on the other side of the glass tells him he has the wrong man and it's the man behind him, so he swiftly dispatches him and leaves.

For Full Review Go to Road Rash Reviews

Available to Buy on Blu-ray and DVD on 3rd Feb

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