"Above the Law" was designed to showcase the talents of Steven Seagal and it succeeded with flying colors. I'm not claiming that it's an exceptional movie, or even the most satisfying of actioners, but it was an excellent starting point as everything about it drew your attention to Seagal himself. I sincerely believe that if the spectacle or story were any more memorable, audiences would've talked about that instead of its star.
Now we have “Force of Execution”, a bad step in the right direction…Erm, that doesn’t make a lot of sense, but to be fair, nor does the title. Nor does the plot. Yet at least everyone- from the actors to the director to the writer(s)- seemed to be trying to make an enjoyable flick. They didn't really accomplish their mission, but they didn't fail miserably either.