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Where he pretty much dies in the first 8 seconds.
the first one
I always liked Nico and Out for Justice.
Under Siege is also a classic.
where a topless woman bursts out of a cake?
an adolescent favourite.
Before she died, obvs.
Imagine if he was actually now working as a chef on a boat..
Band in the UK last year. I missed it :(
it being on a boat you can imagine the Glaswegians shouting every heckle under the sun with reference to boats, chefs etc.
He was a good guitarist as well.
working as a Chef/Baseball coach/Librarian on a cruiseship that's being attacked by corrupt police communist Nazi terrorists.
Out for Justice.
Although the perpetually underrated Marked for Death also deserves a mention.
she said he was such a Diva
I can't even remember the plot, just an explosion somewhere.
I'll list the role he played and the enemies he faced in EVERY movie he's starred in below:
Above The Law: Chicago cop / Corrupt cops
Hard to Kill: A cop (out for vengeance!) / corrupt cops AND the mafia
Marked for Death: Retired DEA agent / Local drug lord
Out for Justice: NYPD cop / childhood friend gone bad
Under Siege: Navy chef (conveniently ex-SEAL) / Corrupt naval personnel plus assorted civilians
On Deadly Ground (This one breaks the mould, but it was Segal's own debut production): Eco activist type / Evil oil company
Under Siege 2: EX-Navy chef (conveniently ex-SEAL) / 'Mad' scientitst
Executive Decision: Officer in an nspecified US Army special forces unit / Generic terrorists
The Glimmer Man: Detective / Serial killer
Fire Down Below: EPA Agent / Corrupt mining company
The Patriot: Local GP, former government
immunology expert and weapons/self defence expert (Surprise! Surprise!) / Survivalist militia types
Exit wounds: Detective / Local crime lord
Ticker: The leader of a police bomb squad / Terrorists
Half Past Dead: FBI agent / Russian mafia
The Foreigner: Former CIA agent / Various foreign intelligence agencies
Out for a kill: An archaeologist (with a grudge!) / Chinese triads
Belly of the Beast: Retired CIA agent / Thai gangster types
Out of Reach: Former CSA (Who?!) agent /
Russian people traffickers
Into the Sun: CIA agent / Japanese yakuza gangsters
Submerged: Mercenary / Generic terrorists
Today you Die: Former thief / Current thieves who framed him
Black Dawn: Former CIA agent/ Chechen terrorists
Mercenary for Justice: A mercenary / Other mercenaries
Shadpw Man: Former CIA agent / Assorted FSB agents and terrorist types
Attack Force: The commander of an unspecified, but supposedly 'elite' military unit / Other military types who fear he knows 'too much'
Flight of Fury: Former USAF pilot / Islamic terrorist types
Urban Justice: Vengeful bereaved father (who just happens to be a martial arts expert) / Local gangsters
Pistol Whipped: Ex cop / Corrupt local cops and organised crime types
What's the relevence?
he is wearing av est as he chases some guy to underneath a bridge, then proceeds to kick his butt, but really slowly like the guy is waiting for every punch.
Afterwards, he walks past some stereotypical black kids and high fives them.
how can a film with this as the opening scene be rubbish.
"Do i look like i just fell off the turnip truck bitch"