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Exit Wounds

The movie Exit Wounds was based on the book Exit Wounds.

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Movie details for Exit Wounds

The movie was released in 2001. Exit Wounds was produced by Warner Home Video. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Steven Seagal and Isaiah Washington.

 

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One can always count on Steven Seagal to act as the repository of yesterday's action-film clichés, and Exit Wounds is yet another case in point. Seagal plays Detroit cop Orin Boyd, a lone wolf lawman who gets in the middle of his precinct's losing battle ... Read More
One can always count on Steven Seagal to act as the repository of yesterday's action-film clichés, and Exit Wounds is yet another case in point. Seagal plays Detroit cop Orin Boyd, a lone wolf lawman who gets in the middle of his precinct's losing battle against police corruption. Taking on a powerful but crooked cop named Montini (David Vadim)--who is busy making deals with a rich gangster (DMX)--Boyd soon sends fists and feet flying while Tom Arnold provides the comic relief. Director Andrzej Bartkowiak surely had less fun guiding Seagal through slow-motion fight sequences than he did Jet Li in Romeo Must Die, but as compensation he gets to work with the mesmerizing DMX, who looks as though he has leading-man possibilities. Plenty of gratuitous gore, awful cop banter, and miles of cleavage courtesy of Jill Hennessy, who plays Boyd's tough-as-nails boss. --Tom Keogh

Book details for Exit Wounds

Exit Wounds was written by John Westermann. The book was published in 1990 by Soho Press. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

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The ultimate raunchy burnt-out-cop saga, set in a hilarious precinct of mavericks and malcontents.
The ultimate raunchy burnt-out-cop saga, set in a hilarious precinct of mavericks and malcontents.