In Urban Justice, Steven Seagal is out for vaguely racist vengeance

Nathan Rabin, The Dissolve:

It is a testament to how low standards for Seagal movies have fallen, even among his fans, that he gets high marks for the following:

Actually appearing in the film he’s starring in.
Not using a stunt double for walking scenes.
Being on set.
Acting opposite the other actors in the film.
Appearing to do at least some of his own fighting.
Dubbing his own lines.

That might seem like the bare minimum, but Seagal has shimmied under that low, low bar before.