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Fifty kilos of heroin have disappeared from the property vaults of the toughest precinct in Detroit, and no one knows how. When irreverent urban detective Orin Boyd (Steven Seagal) is reassigned to the city's worst police division, he stumbles on an inside drug operation ... and the one person who can help uncover the truth is not a cop. But the gangster who holds the key to the truth isn't what he seems. Now, with enemies everywhere and only one chance to survive, cop and gangster join forces to reveal the deadly police corruption.
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: It probably goes without saying that Exit Wounds is loaded with plotholes and bad dialogue. Critics also note that Seagal has aged rather badly.
Globe and Mail
Seagal -- who turns 50 in a few weeks -- has been inactive for the past few years, and it shows.
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Very violent honest-cop corruption story.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the movie is very violent, with graphic injuries and the death of at least one major character. There is also the obligatory nightclub scene with erotic topless dancers smearing something all over each other. Characters use strong language and there is even stronger language in the soundtrack, including repeated use of the n-word.
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- Release Date:March 16, 2001
- Audio Format:5.1
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