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If you’ve read this site before, you’ll probably be able to gather that I’m a bit of a fan of Steven Seagal. Well ‘bit’ is a sodding understatement – I can’t get enough of him and his films. Well, actually, that’s a lie – his new films are shit. But we’ll get to that later. Firstly, let’s get down to business:
Above the Law (Nico) – Seagal’s first film, and he’s already the central character, mainly because one of his aikido pupils (the Hollywood agent Michael Ovitz) decided that Seagal deserved to be in movies.
THANK YOU MICHAEL OVITZ – I AM FOREVER IN YOUR DEBT.
Above the Law concerns a tough (obviously) vice cop getting mixed up with Henry Silva’s corrupt CIA agent. Can’t really be bothered to go into much more detail, but Steven Seagal beats up a great many people in this film and therefore it is good. (more…)
Now this is possibly a controversial choice (well, only controversial to idiots like me that spend ages talking about which Steven Seagal film is the best), because most people would go with Above the Law (18, seen), or Out For Justice (18, seen) – but those people are wrong. Well, ok, they might be right, but I like Fire Down Below the best, ok?
Why do I think it’s the best Seagal film? Here are ten reasons: (more…)