Force of Execution (2013)
Director: Keoni Waxman
Writers: Richard Beattie, Michael Black
Cast: Danny Trejo, Steven Seagal, Ving Rhames
MPAA Rating: R
Synopsis: A gangster with a goatee battles a rival with a penchant for cigars. Oh, and some guy with deformed hands befriends Danny Trejo in an alley. That's about it.
Thoughts: It's hard to believe Force of Execution is a legitimate movie. The scenes are strung together in such a haphazard fashion that you'd almost think someone took two completely different films and attempted to blend them together Godfrey Ho-style. Seagal, sporting an odd goatee and a spray tan, mumbles his way through the narrative in a manner that suggests he blew out his vocal chords screaming the blues. The only real star here is Bren Foster, who really deserves his own flick. The guy is an incredible martial artist and a decent actor, so it's kind of sad that his talents are wasted on this fetid garbage. Sadly, this ranks as one of the absolute worst endeavors Seagal has attached his name to in quite some time. If Maximum Conviction was one step in the right direction, then Force of Execution is easily five steps back. This one is strictly for the hardest of the hardcore. Even then you should question what you're doing with your life.
Recipe for Disaster: Steven Seagal's Infernal Mumbling + An Overall Lack of Coherence + Bren Foster Deserves Much Better Than This.