Exit Wounds 2001

Critics score:
32 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Susan Stark, Detroit News: Swift, tricky cutting helps to some degree but there's no denying that the big guy seems sluggish and weary. Read more

Gary Dowell, Dallas Morning News: Imitation is the highest form of flattery, but not when it crosses the line into shameless rip-off. Read more

Norman Wilner, Toronto Star: The movie's just an excuse for the entire cast to point guns at each other before engaging in verbal or actual smackery. Read more

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Lawrence Van Gelder, New York Times: For those in search of action-filled escapist entertainment who are willing to jettison expectations of credibility into the nearest popcorn tub, Exit Wounds ... will do to pass time on an inclement day. Read more

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Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly: In its low grade way, this blithely brutal cops and drugs thriller is an efficient hot wire entertainment. Read more

Don Irvine, Globe and Mail: Seagal -- who turns 50 in a few weeks -- has been inactive for the past few years, and it shows. Read more

Houston Chronicle: Exit Wounds suggests that Seagal knows how to keep our eyes glued to the screen, when he puts his mind to it. Read more

Wesley Morris, San Francisco Chronicle: There's no story here. The film is all about the grisly, electric mayhem that ensues when these two guys hit the streets. Read more

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Todd McCarthy, Variety: It doesn't take long to see that Seagal has not spent his layoff getting buff and into fighting trim. Read more