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Exit Wounds (Widescreen) [Import]

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  • Actors: Steven Seagal, DMX, Isaiah Washington, Anthony Anderson, Michael Jai White
  • Directors: Andrzej Bartkowiak
  • Writers: Ed Horowitz, John Westermann, Richard D'Ovidio
  • Producers: Bruce Berman, Dan Cracchiolo, Ernest Johnson, Joel Silver
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Aug. 28 2001
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CXW4

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Seagal/Dmx/Washington/Anderson ~ Exit Wounds


One can always count on Steven Seagal to act as the repository of yesterday's action-film clichés, and Exit Wounds is yet another case in point. Seagal plays Detroit cop Orin Boyd, a lone wolf lawman who gets in the middle of his precinct's losing battle against police corruption. Taking on a powerful but crooked cop named Montini (David Vadim)--who is busy making deals with a rich gangster (DMX)--Boyd soon sends fists and feet flying while Tom Arnold provides the comic relief. Director Andrzej Bartkowiak surely had less fun guiding Seagal through slow-motion fight sequences than he did Jet Li in Romeo Must Die, but as compensation he gets to work with the mesmerizing DMX, who looks as though he has leading-man possibilities. Plenty of gratuitous gore, awful cop banter, and miles of cleavage courtesy of Jill Hennessy, who plays Boyd's tough-as-nails boss. --Tom Keogh

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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Format: DVD
I have to admit, I was half looking forward to this, and half not. Steven Seagal doesn't really do anything for me - whereas DMX does. Plus, Steven really annoys me, as he tends to speak really quietly, in a monotone voice, so you turn up the sound to hear exactly what he's saying - and then you have to quickly turn it down as guns start shooting, etc.
Once again, he plays a character that starts investigating things that he's never really been assigned too, and no one can stop him sticking his nose in, cos he's so threatening. He looks like a big softie, quite literally. Teamed up with a cop who can't decide whether he's good or bad - and is the first to befriend him in the new precinct - is really predictable.
What is the good thing about this movie? (Apart from DMX obviously) That a lot of the characters are from Cradle 2 The Grave - but without Steven Seagal. You've got DMX (he was better in Cradle 2 The Grave), Anthony Anderson, Tom Arnold, and probably a couple of others.
The whole story is about good cops/bad cops. And which one DMX fits into, is never really explained. (Although he's not a cop) You can never decide whether he's on the good side or the bad side.
The extras are pretty sparse on the DVD. You've got a behind the scenes tour thing with Anthony Anderson, a trailer (whoopee!), and a music video. The music video was quite impressive and surprising! DMX has 'covered' (and when I say covered, I mean sings the chorus, and then raps right the way through it) "Ain't No Sunshine", originally done by Bill Withers, and infamously known in the Notting Hill movie. While it's a good version, it's not really DMX to be covering or sampling such a song, that's so well known in another movie.
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Ok guys, for all those who thinks "Exit Wounds" is a bad movie, here's the deal; it stars Steven Seagal, you know what you're getting your self into. Why is everyone so down on this movie? Is it the "Godfather"? No. It is what it is; it aims low, but it hit's it's target. Seagal plays Detriot police officer Boyd who is transfered into a new department rife with police corruption. And so a couple of broken wrists later, Seagal is in the middle of cops he can't trust and gangsters with deeper motives. This is Seagal's best movie in a long (LONG) time. He has lost a few pounds (though he still looks pretty hefty) and quit wearing the East Asian wardrobe, which was a step in the right diection. Another right move was casting DMX. I am not a fan of his rap music, but he certainly has charisma here. I was duely impressed. Jill Hennessy is around as Boyd's commanding officer. Hennessy is a good actress (look at "Law and Order" or "Crossing Jordon"), but unfortunately she isn't givin a lot to do here; just look pretty so Seagal can gawk at her. One other note worthy cast member is Tom Arnold. Thankfully he is not on screen that much, so he dosn't have time to wear his welcome out. His talk show material during the ending credits is funny, maybe; depending on your sense of humor he may be hit and miss. The action scenes are fast, exciting, and brutial; lots of gun shot wounds (hense the title) and bone crunching martial arts moves. A word on the fighting choreography; it seems a little fake to me; too much slow motion for my taste. Like I said, it isn't high art, but it is fast paced action thriller with lots of cool fights and lots of testostorone.
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By "mobby_uk" on Sept. 6 2003
Format: DVD
Critics love to hate Steven Seagal, and he is the one actor that people would seldom admit watching. Yet to be fair, although his chances of delivering his award acceptance speech at the Oscars are pretty slim, he is not a bad actor.Like J-C Van Damme, and Dolph Lundgren, he has made his fortune making films based on his martial arts expertise and his physique rather than his ability to play the lead in Hamlet.Stallone's (whose speech in the closing scenes of First Blood was a mix of unknown languages that has yet to be deciphered),and Arnold Schwarzenegger's careers started off this way, but they were lucky enough and with probably the right contacts to branch out into other genres. Seagal and co. remained faithfully in the action genre, making films that alternate between the good, the bad and the simply awful.
Exit Wound is an ok film, and if you watch it like it really is, and I dont think it pretends to be anything else, just an action entertaining movie, then you will probably enjoy it more.
Though the plot is lame and predictable, as you expect from these movies, the actions sequences are well made.
But why my four stars?
Well simply because of the very last scene in the movie, it is unexpected, a touch surreal and totally hilarious. Anthony Anderson and Tom Arnold do a fantastic job as two TV show hosts talking to each other! Arnold I believe is an underrated actor, and he has a lot of comic potential (his brief cameo in Austin Powers was very funny and a scene stealer), while Anderson whose character in the film reminded me a bit of Joe Pesci's in Lethal Weapon, was a great match to Arnold.
It is worth it to buy the film just for this scene alone!
So Exit Wound is not a bad film, nor it is a great one.It is just a Steven Seagal film, one that at least you know what to expect from, and that is fair enough.
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