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Kill Switch

3.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Format: AC-3
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: FIRST LOOK PICTURES
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001AR010Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,481 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Product Description

Detective Jacob Stillwell (Steven Seagal) is one of the most celebrated homicide detectives in the country. His brutal delivery of street justice is legendary among the men and women of law enforcement. But on this latest case, he may have finally met his match Lazerus, a cunning and perversely violent killer who is on the loose and terrorizing the inner city. Stillwell s desperate pursuit of Lazerus takes him into the dark, depraved Memphis underworld of street sex and senseless violence.

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It's been quite awhile since I saw my last Steven Seagal film, so maybe that's why I enjoyed Kill Switch a little more than most other viewers. Watching bad guys pay a heavy price for their crimes falls under my definition of entertainment, and Seagal just absolutely beats the crap out of any loser dumb enough to get in his way - and he doesn't waste any time getting down to business. In the opening scene, some sicko has wired explosives to a woman's chest, and the bomb squad has only a few minutes to figure out which wire to cut. Somehow knowing that the perpetrator is watching from a room across the street, Seagal's character bursts in on him and subjects him to some rather intense interrogation. It's just a foretaste of the violence to come later in the movie.

The story, which Steven Seagal wrote himself, isn't all that bad - especially given the pretty obvious fact that parts of that story didn't make it into the studio's final cut. The product description, for example, describes Seagal's character, Detective Jacob King, as "one of the most celebrated homicide detectives in the country." That certainly didn't come through in the film; as far as I could tell, he was just a Memphis detective (with perhaps the weirdest pseudo-Southern accent I've ever heard) who tends to go into rogue mode during his investigations but always ends up getting his man. There also seem to be some holes in the subplot involving the less important of two murderers, but it's the ending - unexpected and potentially confusing - that strongly suggests that you the viewer are correct in thinking you must have missed something pretty important earlier in the film.

Of course, you don't watch a Seagal film for the storyline; you watch it for all of the butt-kicking action sure to come your way.
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In most of the fight scenes, it was Seagals double doing the fighting. Most of the time it was not even Seagals voice. The editing of the fight scenes is patched together in choppy shots of Seagals face and someone else doing the punching and kicking. Very obvious its not Seagal. The fighting is sped up to a point where you cann't even make out what the moves are. Just horrible!! There is one scene where Seagal knocks a bad guys front teeth out by smashing his head down on a bar, his face all bloody and his teeth sitting on the bar, and in the very next scene, the bad guys face has no blood on it, and his teeth are very clearly, all there!! Don't get me wrong. I've always been a big Seagal fan. Even the story in this movie is reasonable. But watching the fight scenes is just too irritating. Way under standard for what Seagal movies used to be.
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everything was in perfect standing order.this a great movies i love very much..and i love answer about movie and good in my collection..

thank's
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Good actor but poor ending!
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