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Plot: When former black ops operative Tom Steele (Seagal) and his partner Manning (Austin) are assigned to decommission an old prison, they must oversee the arrival of two mysterious female prisoners. Before long, an elite force of mercenaries assault the prison in search of the new arrivals. As the true identities of the women are revealed, Steele realizes he's caught in the middle of something far bigger than he had imagined. Runtime: mins Release Date: 09 Oct 2012
Best seagull in a very very long time this movie honestly deserves a 5.7-6 (by andersonchris17)
Most people might think Seagal is getting to old, to fat you know what? maybe he is getting older and fatter but this movie makes him look bad to the bones. starring along side Steve Austin I'm not waiting my time telling you what the movies about you can read that at the top. I have to say this is way better than van dames 6 bullets even thought i thought that was a good movie this one will impress you. Seagal actually has some bad ass fight scenes in this one, not to mention a few good one liners that will make you laugh he even smiles a couple times. Steve Austin is a very nice add he <more>
gives the movie a little humor also he gets his ass kicked in the movie...not gonna say by who. I think one person that did amazing in this movie is Michael pare the bad guy. he did an amazing job playing the leader of the killing team most of the time the bad guys are dumb Russians and really don't know what to do but this guy knows exactly what to do. this movie gives you the feel of the old 80s action movie style I honestly in my opinion think this movie could be right behind the expendables. I think the director Keoni Waxman did an amazing job on this movie. specially because Seagal isn't dubbed not one bit. there's a million shootouts and fight scenes trust me your going to enjoy this movie. if you think Seagal hasn't made a good movie in years trust me your not going to want to miss this. make sure no ones around you so you can blast this f***** up. I think if the director were to return I think with a little more budget he could be the one to get Seagal back on the big screen.
I am not a Segal fan never have been but this is a good movie Great plot the movie flowed and it all made sense. The acting not so great but the movie as a whole very good I hope they make a second one. Definitely buying the movie as I saw this on net flix. Austin is a bad a$$ and the last fight scene with the Bren Foster was awesome that guy is one to look out for he is a beast. I am excited to see them do another one. Good Job Steve and Steven Good job. This movie is as good as the expendables for sure Segal out did himself this time truly a great movie and Austin redeemed himself in this <more>
one as well. Pretty funny dialogue during some of the non action scene's . Recommended to anyone who wants to see a great action flick.
Seagal and Stone cold Rule. Great together. (by Radish4ever)
The plot is simple, 2 black ops must oversee the transfer of 2 female prisoners who have vital top secret information, then terrorists, led by the excellent Michael Pare strike and take the prison over for the info. Unfortunate for them they would have succeeded but the 2 black ops are Stone cold Steve Austin and Steven Seagal. So you know the bad guys don't have a chance. If you had asked me 10 years ago, which 2 WWE wrestlers would make great film stars, it would have to be the Rock and Stone Cold. Good to see them doing well. Austin is his usually bad ass self and adds something to <more>
this type of movie. Michael Pare is menacing, no humour or likability to the bad guy, this really works and he is extremely menacing. Makes a change from the usual wise cracking baddie. With Steven Seagal you know what your getting, you know what to expect from him. All the women want him, all the men want to be him, if you or 10 guys at once get into a fight with him, you wont even land a punch on Mr Invincible Seagal. If he gives advice, you prick your ears and listen to every word he says, he knows more than you, if he takes a shot with his gun, its going to be on target every time, his bosses envy him, he is top of his trade and the best at what he does, whatever it is. Even his former martial art masters come to him for lessons..Yes Seagal wreaks ego but I just cant get enough of him so please don't ever Change Steven. film is a definite recommendation for some viewing where you don't have to put your brain into gear and enjoy an action/martial arts film the way it should be. Hope there is a sequel made.
My type of movie. Was so like Die Hard with Michael Pare character and his men taking over the prison with innocent people killed and heroes like Seagal and Austin being the only ones to save the day. Austin's quote "No pain, no gain" was a repeat of catchphrases that heroes like Arnold Schwarzenegger used upon defeating an opponent.Seagal just like in all his movies never takes a beating, but that's Steven Seagal for ya.This film is just what Die Hard influenced just like other films in 90s onwards like Under Siege, Sudden Death, Air Force One, Speed, Lockout etc. <more>
Especially with the limit of locations. It does show action films have become more brutal over the years especially with the Warden having his finger cut off by Blake.
Highly effective and thumpingly brutal action flick. (by aforandromeda)
When Cross Steven Seagal and Manning Steve Austin are tasked with the routine decommissioning of a top secret C.I.A prison facility, everything initially goes smoothly until the arrival of two mysterious female prisoners who are to be moved on the next day. However, when the prison comes under attack from a group of mercenaries, led by the brutal Blake Michael Pare , who demand the handover of the new arrivals, only Cross and Manning can stop them.It's fair to say that the premise of Maximum Conviction is absolutely nothing new. Borrowing heavily from the plots of Die Hard, Assault <more>
on Precinct 13 and Seagal's own Half Past Dead, originality is certainly not on the menu. What is on the menu for viewers however, is a fast paced, brutal and highly enjoyable 98 minutes of mayhem.Seagal's fight sequences are the best he's delivered in a number of years. He's certainly beginning to show his age, but the choreography is spare, violent, simple and snappily edited, giving Seagal a chance to shine. From what I can make out, the use of stunt doubles is minimal. Steve Austin casts his considerable frame over proceedings, with his fight scenes being especially brutal. Whatever opinions people have of Austin's admittedly limited acting range, he is a heavyweight screen presence, a presence utilised to great effect here. A small criticism is that the pair don't nearly share enough screen time together.Michael Pare, an actor seemingly always more effective as the villain of the piece, is also on top form. Refreshingly, he plays his role not for villainous laughs, as happens so often in these kind of movies, but instead portrays callousness and sheer nastiness.It's worth noting that Seagal, after working with director Keoni Waxman in this movie and also the preceding The Keeper and A Dangerous Man, has continued to work with him for two more movies. Waxman, while not the greatest director, seems to be helping Seagal achieve some of the best work he has done in a long time, going a long way to exorcising the memory of some of Seagal's truly execrable misfires of the mid 2000's, such as Shadow Man, Attack Force and Flight of Fury. Waxman's style is direct, straightforward, free of flashy gimmicks and all about the action. Scenes featuring simply dialogue are somewhat rushed, but you forget that when the action is as entertaining and exciting as on offer here. The fights are well choreographed, plus the shootouts are tense, imaginative and highly effective. The movie barely pauses for breath thanks to it's simple and straightforward set up.Admittedly, Maximum Conviction is unlikely to win Steven Seagal or indeed Steve Austin many new fans, mostly due to the movie's unimaginative plot and bone crunching brutality. However, the high quality of action on display may go a long way to bringing some of Seagal's lapsed fans back to enjoying his movies again. As for loyal, existing fans of the two big guys, Maximum Conviction is absolutely essential viewing.
taking a beating - which makes him a thoroughly non-challenging action star to approve of. In Maximum Conviction, Seagal is Agent across and Steve Austin is Manning. Two ex-special forces operatives who are given a chance to prove their talents once again when a secret military prison facility, run by themselves, gets overrun and compromised by ruthless mercenaries, who are trying to break out two captives for certain demands. For Cross and Manning it's a non-stop quest for justice and taking back the prison's security. Packed with amazing non-stop action moments and thrills, Maximum Conviction is definitely worth the watch if you're an action movie fan!