Ex-CIA agent Jonathan Cold (Steven Seagal, Under Siege, Half Past Dead) mysteriously surfaces on the agency's radar when he springs a dangerous arms dealer from prison and sets out to help a band of terrorists obtain a nuclear weapon - to be used in an attack on the U.S. The CIA is tracking the plot, until the terrorists blow their investigation, leaving the country defenceless. In a breathtaking climax, the safety of millions rests on finding the answer to one impossible question...whose side is Cold on?
Poor editing, not much action from Seagal
- Black Dawn review by Rubber Ducky
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OK, so you expect a bit of martial arts action from a Seagal movie. We were very disappointed - his face was out of shot for all the action, which was clearly done by a double. The editing in the film made it difficult to understand as the story jumps all over the place with no explanation as to why things happen. Only for real die hard Seagal fans; even those of you, like us, who enjoy his movies for what they are will be left wanting more than this.