Really, Dim? I'm strongly considering giving this five stars for being one of the most blatantly racist propaganda action films of all time! But then, Seagal does die twenty minutes into it. Hmm . . . five stars or one star. Hmm . . . ;)
It is nice to remember a time when internet didn't ruin the surprise casting of Steven Seagal in what is one of his better roles. Kurt Russell has always been a more interesting character actor and action handler than he gets credit for and he makes a good heroic role, but the action itself is mediocre and the events that are played out lacks few surprises except for the one regarding another certain action star.
The kinda movie you'd expect to be dogshit, and then you find out it's really captivating. Had quiet a few moments where the tension was just killing me.
RIP Steven Seagal, died before he could even kill a single guy on a plane.