BENEATH A LAND OF WEALTH AND BEAUTY HIDES A SECRET THAT COULD KILL MILLIONS. UNDERCOVER HAS NEVER RUN SO DEEP.
It’s obvious that Steven Seagal cares about the environment, but it sure is strange that nature must suffer so much – his efforts involve blowing things up and breaking people’s bones. This time he’s an EPA agent investigating crimes committed by a businessman (Kris Kristofferson) in a small town. The director tries to create a genuine countryside atmosphere, but it’s hard to enjoy it much with a script this predictable and unbelievable. Kristofferson’s bad guy is unable to set the screen ablaze, but Harry Dean Stanton adds some quality.
1997-U.S. 105 min. Color. Directed by Felix Enriquez Alcalá. Cast: Steven Seagal (Jack Taggert), Marg Helgenberger (Sarah Kellogg), Kris Kristofferson (Orin Hanner), Stephen Lang, Harry Dean Stanton, Richard Masur.
Trivia: Co-produced by Seagal.