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Hard to Kill
- Steven Seagal

Overview - 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.  Read more...

 
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Overview

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.

Cast List

Bruce Malmuth - American Director/Actor
Steven Seagal - Actor, EXIT WOUNDS (2001), ABOVE THE LAW
Bill Todman Jr. - Producer
Gary Adelson
William Sadler - American actor
Bill Sadler - American actor
Kelly Le Brock
Joel Simon - Producer
Frederick Coffin - Supporting Actor

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Run Time: 96
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929239405
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: July 2012

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Movies > Action/Adventure

Related Keywords:
Action
Detectives
Martial Arts
Justice
Vengeance
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Synopsis:
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.

Notes:
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.

Reviews:
"...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

 
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