End of a Gun

2016

Action / Crime / Thriller

15
IMDb Rating 3.9 10 662

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Steven Seagal as Decker
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Reviewed by Destroyer Wod 5 / 10

Just barely is average... being generous.

So in the latest years with Steven Seagal its been more miss than hits. But sometimes there is a movie that come out which entertain me enough to consider it a good time. Don't get me wrong, i don't expect an Hollywood production out of his movies, but in the direct to video action genre sometimes they do the job. Not this one...

Keoni Waxman directed the pretty good Force of Execution, which had Seagal more as a support character. I enjoyed that one so i tough who knows this one may also be good. But its not the case.

There is very few fights, and when there is the camera angles are terrible making it obvious its a Seagal body double for the bare minimum moves. The plot is pretty generic even tough OK, but the characters have nothing interesting. Seagal once again play an ex agent/soldier and the bad guys are generic as they can be. There is a couple gun fights which are also rather uninspired.

The reality is when you watch a Seagal, one of the thing that is kinda fun is when the bad guys underestimate him, even tough he appear 2 feet taller than them, and he get out some one liners as he kick there ass. Not much of that in this.

In any case unless you are a total Seagal must watch kinda guy, you can definitely skip this one. Its not atrocious or anything, its just boring...

Reviewed by Daniel Deltondo ([email protected]) 7 / 10

Best Seagal DTV Effort since Absolution

You cant say that there is ever a drought when it comes to Seagal. Unlike JCVD, Stallone or Arnold who are a little more selective in the movies they make and we are lucky to get 1 or 2 movies a year from the action heroes of yesterday, Seagal has had 3 releases in the past month and i think 4 or 5 this year. The problem with such a high output of product is the standard isn't very high. Biggest complaints with Seagal is that he is marketed and billed as the star of the movie and then he ends up in the movie for a total running time of 20 or 30 minutes (if we are lucky), and even then he is usually heavily doubled with the body and voice. I never understood this lack of quality control or respect for his fans to put out something so substandard. But in recent years we have occasionally got a decent one that reminds us that if Seagal is in the hands of a capable director, he can still put out a decent action film. Unlike the releases this year Sniper, Code of Honour, Asian Connection, Killing Salazar & The Perfect Weapon (Both in the last week), Seagal is actually the lead, i would say he is in at least 70 minutes of the 90 minute running time and there is minimal dubbing. He seemed interested in the movie, it was set in Paris and he gets a couple of decent fights (even if the doubles are still present). A couple of smart one liner jokes, this was a decent effort and would say, skip his other 6 releases this year (particularly Killing Salazar and Sniper) and support this one with a purchase. Keoni Waxman is a DTV director that knows how to shoot action, he knows how to get the best out of Seagal. Seagal should make every movie with him. As a DTV release I would say 7/10... compared to every other Seagal movie released in the past 12-15 months, this one is definitely the best one.

Reviewed by zardoz-13 5 / 10

Better Than Seagal's Usual Stuff

Action hero Steven Seagal seems to make nothing but abominable, low-budget thrillers. Occasionally, he churns out a decent one, but nothing comparable to he did when he was slim and trim during his theatrical release days back in the 1980s and the 1990s. Since those halcyon days, he has made several potboilers with director Keoni Waxman. "End of a Gun" is their latest collaboration, and Seagal doesn't skulk around the edges on this movie. Indeed, he stars as the indestructible protagonist, a former DEA Agent named Michael Decker who got booted out of the agency for doing things his way. As this yarn unfolds, our tall, imposing hero intervenes when he spots a man mistreating his stripper girlfriend in a parking lot one evening. Like most Seagal fights, this one doesn't last long, and the arrogant Ronnie (Andrei Ciopec) makes the mistake of brandishing an automatic pistol. Predictably, Decker decks him with a minimum of shots. The Paris police confiscate Decker's favorite pistol, but his old pal Jean (Ovidiu Niculescu) doesn't arrest him. The beautiful lady, Lisa Durant (television actress Jade Ewen), that Decker rescued has an idea. She suggests Decker team up with her and the appropriate all of Ronnie's loot. The catch is that small fortune is locked up in the trunk of Ronnie's car, and the vehicle is parked in the police impound garage. Instead of taking ten percent, Decker decides to cut himself in for half of the loot. Meanwhile, Decker's chief adversary Gage (Florin Piersic Jr. of "Youth Without Youth") assembles a couple of gunmen, and they track Lisa down to the less than fashionable motel where Decker left her. The bullets fly, and Decker ices Gage's two henchmen without breaking a sweat. Nevertheless, Cage survives and manages to escape with Lisa. Gage's boss Vargas isn't pleased with his henchman's lack of progress in retrieving his money. Lisa convinces Gage to let her live so she can bargain with Decker. They set up a rendezvous to make a swap--the rest of the dough for Lisa--but she isn't fooling Decker. Decker relies on his Parisian friend to back him up. Mind you, Jean doesn't get out of all the gunfire without catching a slug for Decker. Unfortunately, all these shenanigans lack artistry, and Waxman lenses everything like the B-movie that it amounts to just to get it in the can and get on to the next picture. Waxman and co-scenarist Chuck Hustmyre generate nothing in the way of either suspense or momentum because the villains never properly challenge our hero. As the femme fatale, shapely Jade Ewen looks gorgeous, but she doesn't shed a stitch. Of course, she doesn't fool anybody either. Seagal talks a lot about honor in his gravelly voice. "End of a Gun" isn't anything to shout about, but it is better than the typical straight-to-video shoot'em up.

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