Gunned down and left for dead when his family was murdered, Detective Mason Storm awakes from a seven-year coma and seeks to settle the score. With the aid of a coma ward nurse and his former partner - now retired - he goes after the corrupt politician who engineered the attempt on his life.
Corrupt politician Vernon Trent kills the wife of good-guy cop Mason Storm and puts Storm in a coma. Seven years later, Storm wakes up and, with the aid of his gorgeous nurse, sets out to find his missing son and take his revenge on Trent.
At the time this film was made, Kelly Le Brock was married to Steven Seagal. Estimated budget $10 million. Filmed in Los Angeles, California. Shot in Technicolor. Rated BBFC 15 by the British Board of Film Censors. Released in North America February 9, 1990.
"...Seagal is effective for both his novelty value and his ability to be both literally and figuratively disarming. And the film itself is a lively one..." - 02/10/1990 New York Times, p.17