Under Siege 2: Dark Territory
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory ★★ 1995 (R)
Kicking terrorists' butts and slinging hash have worn out ex-Navy SEAL and gourmet chef Casey Ryback (Seagal), so he takes a little vacation to the Rocky Mountains. By coincidence, the train he boards is command central for psychotic computer expert Dane's (Bogosian) scheme to control the world's deadliest satellite. Pretty familiar territory for Seagal, who's acting technique consists of “look mad and hurt poeple.” Bigger budget means bigger, and more frequent, explosions. Bogosian takes over the Jones/Busey role of evil villain-talented actor. 100m/C VHS, DVD . Steven Seagal, Eric Bogosian, Katherine Heigl, Morris Chestnut, Everett McGill, Andy Romano, Nick Mancuso, Brenda Bakke, Dale Dye; D: Geoff Murphy; W: Richard Hatem; C: Robbie Greenberg; M: Basil Poledouris.
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