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  • Actors: Kevin Wiggins, Steven Seagal, Luce Rains, Johnnie Hector, Trine Christiansen
  • Directors: Keoni Waxman
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Release Date: Jan. 19 2010
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B002G1WPIG
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Jan. 28 2016
Format: DVD
If you have seen on Seagal film, you have basically seen them all. Steven Seagal, a student of the Arnold Schwarzenegger school of bad acting, plays a typical Steven Seagal in a picture with no plot twists and nothing to make us think. Early in film Seagal is double crossed by his partner (cop) who shoots Seagal. Forced into medical retirement he takes a job guarding the beautiful daughter of a wealthy business man and former police buddy.

Bad guys want to kidnap said daughter. They succeed and Seagal goes "walking tall" to go get her back. No plot twists. Nothing unexpected. Just a plain action flick of one "superhero" ex-cop beating up the bad guys. The movie was in serious need of a writer, not only for plot, but a few clever lines.

F-bombs, silicon nudity
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa4e7c798) out of 5 stars 135 reviews
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HASH(0xa430d918) out of 5 stars BACK TO BASICS Jan. 30 2010
By Mark Turner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The career of Steven Seagal has jumped from high to low to mediocre. When he began his action film set the bar for fight sequences just as it had been set by Bruce Lee years prior. But as he aged and became more popular, his films began to take on a different tone, preaching instead of fighting, made by less skilled directors more focused on his acting ability than his martial arts skills. And it was those skills that drew fans to the seats, not the acting.

This is not to say that Seagal's acting skills aren't up there. While made fun of by impersonators and joked about by night time talk show hosts, he's actually not bad. Unfortunately a number of his movies were. But that involved more plot lines, scripts and directors who didn't quite no how to use him. Such is not the case with THE KEEPER.

Seagal returns to form as tough as nails cop Rolland Salinger whose dirty partner shoots him during the film's opening sequence. Rolland survives and even gets revenge when the cop tries to kill him in the hospital. But even though wronged, the force demands he take an early retirement (a nice plot line that plays to Seagal's age rather than ignore it).

At home recovering, Rolland continues to nurse himself back to speed while relying on pain killers to help him out. Not overly so but to Rolland this is a sign of weakness and as the film progresses, he depends on them less and less.

While deciding what to do about the forced retirement, Rolland gets a call from old friend Conner Wells (Steph Duvall), an ex Texas policeman who struck it rich. It seems that someone has tried to kidnap Conner's daughter Nikita (Liezl Carstens) and taken out her bodyguard in the process. Knowing Rolland's skills at personal and property protection, Conner hires him to be the new head of security and Nikita's personal bodyguard.

Not only does Rolland improve security, in watching Nikita he has the chance to find out just who is behind the kidnapping scheme. One person involved is Nikita's boyfriend, an up and coming boxer backed by Conner. A self interested player, he's tied into a criminal named Jason Cross who has a past with Conner.

Various fight sequences that demonstrate what Seagal brought to the genre years ago result in broken bones and hurt feelings when Nikita feels over protected. At the same time she develops a respect for Rolland as well.

With all the attempts to kidnap Nikita, we know eventually one will work. It is then that Rolland gets the entire story from Conner. Cross is trying to steal Conner's land from him, land that has more value to it than mere oil. Now he must sign over that land to Cross and in return Nikita will be released.

Too bad Rolland doesn't like to play games by other people's rules. With a little help from some friends, Rolland sets out to track down Nikita and Cross and to make sure that this story winds up in his favor. Trust me, it's not a spoiler to tell you who comes out on top in the end. I mean come on; this IS a Steven Seagal movie. Then again he didn't finish well in EXECUTIVE DECISION.

With enough fight sequences to demonstrate Seagal's technique, plenty of guns and explosions and several good looking women to satisfy the male chauvinist pigs, this movie brings Seagal back to the fold of solid action stars. The movie may have gone straight to DVD but it will be a treat for fans.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa45d87ec) out of 5 stars He's not only getting older, he's getting better Feb. 9 2010
By Brian Woodbury - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Lots of his direct-to-DVD flicks are hit and miss (I like 'em all), but this movie was better than most. Maybe he's working out, or losing some weight from his TV show, whatever the reason: Seagal is getting into better shape, and the quality of the D2D movies are better as well (I do not miss the crappy voiceover dubbing of some of his movies).
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa45d8d2c) out of 5 stars 297 Pounds of neck snapping glory! Nov. 2 2009
By Sid the Elf - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Recently wrapping up of very enjoyable October month of nothing but horror we decided to get back into another foundation; glorious b action. What better way to start the evening off then with a double feature opening with the transcendent Death Ring? Absolutely nothing is exactly right. Naturally the only way to close it out would have to be with the legendary Steven "Panda Bear" Seagal. Now you may be wondering how we got our hands on The Keeper before it's release date. Well Sid and the old boy Seagal go way back and always get a pre-screen run before the masses get their hands on it's action packed goodness. Coming off some recent "less then desirable" features, The Keeper proved to be somewhat of a throwback to vintage Seagal. Sure he's still quite portly but smart as a whip and really picked up the a** kicking factor that he's famous for.

This round we start with Seagal playing the usual rogue LA cop character named Rolland Sallinger. He along with his partner bust up a drug ring taking 2 of their members out with some sweet gun action. As Rolland gets ready to call it in his partner winds up shooting him since they couldn't come to terms on stealing the cool 2 mil sitting in front of them. Naturally Seagal plays by the books and winds up shot and retired because of it. He was a good man. Being newly retired doesn't keep him down for long when he gets a call from an old pal with a problem. He brings Seagal in as a high payed bodyguard to is daughter, which of course proves to be the best move. The rest is filled with some very entertaining beat downs, great laughs, and an actual audible dialogue from the 99% of the time whispering Seagal.

The Keeper had a bit of a "Man on Fire" feel just way more b and with much much less emotion. This was a happy day for Sid seeing a glimmer in the chances of Seagal's career getting back on track. Ok, lets not get nuts here. No it won't get him back in the mainstream but should impress his group of followers out there. He's not and will probably never return to his former notoriety except among the action b loving community who will continue to watch his monthly features. At this point you can't expect too much and have to realize as long as their laughs to be had, then Steven Seagal is your man. From all angles this one was gold for us and has us awaiting the next release.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa45bc108) out of 5 stars Guilty Pleasures May 9 2011
By Dale Kightlinger - Published on Amazon.com
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Really good Steven Seagal movie. I like them all. Maybe It's because I did some research into what the man has been about. His accomplishments as a human being 'blew me away' (ha ha). I like 'good' movies too. But sometimes it's nice to sit back and watch some good old fasioned macho alpha-male kick-ass fake violence. God knows, there's enough real violence in the world to run away from once in a while. And I pretty much know exactly what I'm getting and how it's going to end and who's gonna win! Bottom line - I don't know why I like him and I don't question it. I don't like all action stars or action movies, or action genres - zombie flicks and tons of blood don't do much for me. I don't review those movies 'cause I don't watch them. I don't understand why anyone would take the time to dis a Steven Seagal flick because they don't like him. If you don't like his stuff, why are you watching it? Duh.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa45bc0b4) out of 5 stars seagal plays nursemaid in texas... April 28 2013
By trebe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Steven Seagal's direct to video action vehicle The Keeper (2009), isn't outstanding, but it is competently shot, and does manage to be entertaining, despite some flaws. Seagal is in a familiar role, playing Roland Sallinger, a former cop who heads to Texas, to act as a bodyguard for the daughter of an old friend.

The story involving a plot to kidnap and ransom the young woman (Leizi Carstens) who is involved with a professional fighter with dubious skills, doesn't carry much weight, but it provides adequate reason for Seagal to break some bones, race through the streets firing guns, whip out his knife, and kill with unexpected ferocity. Coherent plots and believability are things that are seldom present in Seagal's DTV efforts. While that is still mostly the case here, with dull villains and cardboard cops, there is at least a little more substance than usual, as there is no contrived romance, and Sallinger focuses mostly on the job.

Seagal looks fairly good in his fight scenes, and it appears that he does most of them himself. The energy and meanness he brings, particularly when wielding a knife, demonstrates that he is not just going through the motions. The final battle is kind of an uneven affair, as Sallinger makes like a fatherly hero, before walking off into the night.

The Keeper doesn't offer much that is new, and the story is weak in many areas, but the quick cut action scenes and violence, make for a decent watch, in what is a slight return to form for Mr. Seagal. After this film, director Keoni Waxman (Maximum Conviction, A Dangerous Man) would collaborate again with Seagal, including the TV series True Justice.



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