Exit Wounds (2001)
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  • This movie isn't what you would call a blockbuster movie, but it does manage to entertain in the best possible way a Seagal movie can and that's with pure unadulterated violence

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      This movie is the typical case of good cop, bad cop or in Seagal’s case, bad cop, worse cop. His reckless abandon for the way he apprehends the bad guys is surpass able only by the way he kills the,, he is a violent man and a terror on the

      police force for which he works with. Annoyed of his over the top ways after he successfully manages to save the life a the vice president of the United states, his captain still has him transferred from his precinct to another that will better deal with his kind of violence.

      • This didn’t solve matters as he quickly went back to doing what he does best even after attending multiple anger management classes. He eventually teams up with DMX, an undercover policeman, and together they venture off to do good in the eyes of justice. Shady rug deals and action packed
        fight sequences fill the air with some comic relief provided by the veteran comedian Tom Arnold. This movie isn’t what you would call a blockbuster movie, but it does manage to entertain in the best possible way a Seagal movie can and that’s with pure unadulterated violence. Happy viewing to all!




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