This collection brings together three action films starring iconic martial arts superstar Steven Seagal. Includes: Driven To Kill, The Keeper and Born To Raise Hell.
Driven To Kill
Steven Seagal plays Ruslan Drachev, a notoriously brutal enforcer for the New York contingent of the Russian mafia. After a lifetime of living on the edge within the shadows of the city, Ruslan decides to give up a life of murder to become a bestselling crime novelist. But after returning to his old turf to visit his family, Ruslan is devastated to discover that his daughter is engaged to an old enemy. After his wife is shot dead and his daughter fatally wounded during the wedding ceremony, Ruslan begins a lethal, bone breaking saga of retribution.
Tough L.A. cop Roland Sallinger (Seagal) is betrayed by his partner during a stake out, and left for dead - but Roland is still breathing when the ambulance arrives. A year later, he's still recovering from his ordeal and has been forced into retirement from the squad. Meanwhile in Bucharest, Romanian police chief Constantin Korzha, an old friend of Roland's, is a wealthy businessman and happily retired from the force. His daughter Nikita is a Paris Hilton-style heiress who's dating Marco Inescu, star forward on the Tornadoes football team. One night Nikita is kidnapped after partying with Marco at a club. When he gets a call from Constantin asking him to come to Romania, Roland takes the next flight. When he arrives, Roland learns that after the fall of communism in Romania, the gangs have become more powerful than ever and have targeted Constantin and his family. He must now help his old friend retrieve and protect his daughter, while trying to discover who is behind it all in a very unfamiliar place.
Born to Raise Hell
Steven Seagal is Samuel Axel, a larger-than-life Interpol agent who heads up a task force that tackles arms and drugs trafficking in the Balkans. On the trail of a ruthless Russian arms trader, Axel and his team soon find themselves at the centre of a violent war on the streets of Eastern Europe, raged between the Russian and Gypsy gamgs...
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Great action films!
A really good collection if tour a Steven Seagal fan. Also a fantastic price for three DVDs let alone three Blu-ray's. Movie 1:The Keeper - really good film, the usual from seagal, violence & action but i must say its rare to see Seagal smile let alone laugh in his movies but surprisingly he does both in this. I was also surprised at the amount of on screen fighting Seagal did himself because if your a Seagal fan you'll know over the years he has used stand ins more and more. Movie 2: Driven to Kill - The one thing that surprised me in this movie was the role that Seagal is'nt a cop, Navy seal, CIA, FBI, or Black Ops, he's a retired russian mobster. AS usual with Seagal movies it mainly about revenge so more strong violence bloody shoot-outs and body breaking hand to hand combat. Movie 3: - Born to Raise Hell - Seagal is an interpol cop fighting drugs & gun runners, Russian mobsters & Gypsies. As usual hard fighting & hard gun play. AS a closing note I really like Seagals movies but he still hasn't bettered UNDER SIEGE,
In the past, everything that I have bought has been 1st Class, but all 3 of this DVD's would not play on the 2 DVD players I have, so I'm having to return them.