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  • Nya na na nana, you can't touch me, but I can kill you easily

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      On Deadly Ground, directed by Steven Seagal is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was february 18, 1994 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Adventure/Thriller and stars Steven Seagal as Forrest Taft, Michael Caine

      as Michael Jennings, Joan Chen as Masu, John C. McGinley as MacGruder, R. Lee Ermey as Stone and Billy Bob Thorton as Homer Carlton.

      Forrest Taft discovers that his employer is poluting the land and he can’t stand for such blatant disregard for mother earth. He decides to take on his former boss and expose them for the murderers they are. Before he can get started on his humanitarian efforts, he is targeted for assassination to quite his tongue.

      Steven Seagal tries his hand at directing and man, what a piece of story this ...


      • On Deadly Ground (1994)
      has turned out to be. Not only has holloywood’s most impossible martial artist manager to direct a film, he also puts himself in the starring role.

      Note to self…make a movie about the earth and place myself at the helm of the campaign. Can you say…vain!!

      Not a

      very bad movie though, but of course, he puts too much emphasis on his choreographed fight scenes in every movie he is in as the almost untouchable, semi-invincible driving force. Nya na na nana, you can’t touch me, but I can kill you easily.

      For Steven Seagal fans only.




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