The Perfect Weapon


Action / Drama / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 4.1 10 932


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Steven Seagal as The Director
Richard Tyson as Controller
Johnny Messner as Condor
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Reviewed by shahueyou 3 / 10

perfect weapon

I love Steven Seagal movies, I am a fan of his too for decades but this movie was terrible, the futurist movies I hate and Steven plus took a back seat in it. Oh please Steven do not make another one. Plus to me he should have been the main person. I had to keep hitting fast forward in it to find him, until I just about got to the end. And there he was, just like special opt sniper that was bad too, he was hardly ever seen. And when get a Steven Seagal movie I want to see Steven, main person not in the background like some extra, as he was in these two movies. I do hope he makes no more of these kind ever again. Be in the front always and forever in your movies

Reviewed by zardoz-13 1 / 10

Perfect Crap!!!

"Killer Dogs" director Titus Paar's fifth feature film "The Perfect Weapon" ranks as a sub par, Orwellian, sci-fi thriller set in 2029 America where a repressive totalitarian state maintains 24/7 surveillance. Paar takes the blame this disposable Big Brother potboiler along with three other scenarists: first-time scribe Alex Brenner, Jesse Cilio of "The Story of Your Life," and Ulysses Oliver of "The Refugees." Undoubtedly, Paar serves up recurring neon-scintillating, nocturnal cityscapes designed to evoke "Bladerunner." This society has just survived a war and the state wants to keep its fascist practices to hold society together. Paar displays neither imagination nor artistry in staging the action scenes. Johnny Messner doesn't make much of an impression. Richard Tyson plays the most interesting character, while the portly Seagal gives his usual peripheral performance. Clearly, the low-budget is reflected prominently in the shortage of futuristic cars. Most of the technology looks Microsoft inspired and the cell phones are only nominally altered. Johnny Messner portrays an anonymous "Hitman" type assassin with a cleanly shaven noggin named Axon Rey, code-named Condor, who brandishes two automatic pistols with silencer. An honorably discharged veteran with medals who has been wounded three times, Condor is an elite assassin with 38 successful sanctions to his credit. The natty Condor demonstrates his expertise with an automatic pistol when he ices a traitorous politician, White (Lance E. Nichols of "American Heist"), who has been hacking propaganda inserts into the Federation's television network. Disastrously, Condor errs when he spares by the life of an innocent bystander with the politician. Condor's lapse in judgment prompts the Controller (Richard Tyson of "Black Hawk Down") to point a gun in his face and tell him he must have his emotions purged. Meantime, with his slicked-back hair and orange-tinted sunglasses, Steve Seagal plays The Director of this futuristic society in what is essentially a supporting role. Predictably, he isn't happy about Condor's conduct and prefers to kill him. The Controller convinces him to let Condor live and be reprogram.

No sooner has our heavily tattooed protagonist been packed off for reconditioning at Gulag 7 than he breaks out of custody. This change-of-plot action occurs about a half-hour into this thriller. Our hero discovers that his affectionate wife, Nina (Sasha Jackson of "Jarhead 3: The Siege"), is alive instead of dead. Indeed, Condor has felt horrible since his blond wife supposedly died two years earlier. They have a steamy shower scene together after they reunite. Before these long-lost lovers can consummate their love, the state's storm troopers smash down the door and The Interrogator (Vernon Wells of "Weird Science") shackles him to a wall and torture him with gusto. Of course, we expect our heroes must suffer for the good of society. The Interrogator wants to know the identity of the mole who helped Condor escape from the Gulag. He uses pliers to extract Condor's teeth. Ultimately, he wants to use a razor to slice off his genitals. "It is unavoidable," the Interrogator defends his judgment. The Controller surprises both Condor and us when he blasts the top of the Interrogator's head off. The Controller informs Condor that he must now eliminate the Director.

Condor and the Director square off. Initially, the Director defeats Condor and then struggles to reason with his killer. Mind you, the Director should have killed him, but you cannot kill the hero. "The Perfect Weapon" then deploys its first surprise. As it turns out, the Controller has programmed Condor so that he believes that Nina is his wife. Condor is in the Director's lair when he see the video of the Controller's revelations. The Controller is the true insurrectionist, and Condor sets out to destroy him. The second surprise occurs when Nina guns down the Controller at point blank range. After he learns that Nina has betrayed him, Condor executes her, too. When Condor and the Director share drinks over the outcome, he kills the Director with a knife and leaves him to bleed to death. The Director's red-bereted guard is prepared to splatter our hero all over the palace, but a swarm of sword wielding faction intervenes and frees society. In the third and final surprise, we learn that the Director's brother had been impersonating him the entire time.

"The Perfect Weapon" qualifies as a perfect bore. Not even its three surprises make it worth watching. Interestingly enough, the end credits say the film was lensed in Alabama.

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 1 / 10

Far from perfect........

And the year of Seagal continues, with this, his take on 1984's Big Brother, and oh my gosh, is it poor stuff......

In the not so distant future (is there any other kind of future?), society is controlled by a powerful State and a very strangely haired, goateed, former credible action star dictator known as the Director.

Condor works as a hit-man (47) for the State, but a reunion with someone he thought was dead forces him to consider who his enemies really are.........

Seagal has had some stinkers this year, from the Sniper film, to the Asian Connection, to he one with Craig Sheffer in, and another one where the title is part of a weapon.

But now he's ventured back into science fiction, and if you thought Attack Force and Against The Dark were bad, you ain't seen nothing yet.

Seagal is thankfully barely in it, but that means you only have to be intolerant with another 'actor' who is trying to be Agent 47, but comes across as a seriously constipated mute.

Everyone is being watched, no one is safe, and in this dystopian future, you really couldn't care less what happens or if Seagal's director will be overthrowed.

It all ends with Seagal looking morbidly obese, explaining to Hit-man about life and how good the early nineties were to him, but it tries to fool the viewer with a twist, and if you are a Seagal fan (which you must be if your watching this trash), then you will know the final scene is lifted straight from Marked For Death.

And then there's the promise of a sequel.

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