Exit Wounds

Synopsis: Orin Boyd (Seagal) is a Detroit cop who doesn't follow rules. After he saved the Vice President by violating every order he received he is transferred to one of the worst precincts in the city. There he quickly encounters some corrupt cops selling heroin to drug dealers. The problem is, it's very difficult to tell who is the bad guy and who you can trust.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Andrzej Bartkowiak
Production: Warner Bros.
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
101 min

Ladies and gentlemen...

...it's a pleasure for me to be here

on such a beautiful day...

...in the great city of Detroit.

And I'd love to tell you all...

...to sit back, relax

and enjoy yourselves.

I'd love to...

...but unfortunately,

I can't do that.

There's a very serious issue spiraling

out of control in this country:

illegal handguns ending up

in the hands of our children.

lnstead of reading off statistics

that you might not already know...

...that last year, more preschoolers

died from guns than police officers...

...or that gunshot wounds are

the second leading cause of death...

...for all people in the U.S.,

ages 10 to 34.

Hold it. Go on in.

--while he lay bleeding to death for

Darren was 16 years old.

That could have been any one

of your children.

l hope you will consider my four-year

plan to get guns off the streets.

l need your help and your support.

Let's stop the pain and suffering

Darren's family had to go through.

God bless you and thank you.

-He just loves pissing me off.

-l am sure he has his reasons.

Thanks a lot.

Thank you.


l will talk to him.

Thank you, everybody.

Hey, how are you? Good to see you.

-Mr. Vice President, sir.

---are you going to take away?

Bobby, what the hell is this?

You believe this guy?

Sorry, the bridge is closed

until the V.P. gets across.

You can't stay here.

You have to move.


-Get down, sir!

Get us out of here!

Excuse me.

Officers need help! On the bridge!

Shots fired!

Warn the D.P.,

they are dressed as cops!

Alpha six to Bravo air, keep cover--

-Stay down!

-What the hell is going on?

No cops on the bridge.

We can't tell who's who.

No Detroit P.D. Secret Service only.

Officers need help.

Motorcade's under attack!

All units, stay off the bridge,

as per Secret Service.

All units stay off bridge--

l told you to clear the bridge!

Bring the truck in!

Goddamn it! Secret Service only!

Who the hell is that?

Get me out!

-Get me out of here!

-Get in.

Who the hell are you? Off the bridge.

We're not moving

until the transport arrives.

Mr. Vice President, get in here!

We need help here now!

Alpha 1 to Alpha 6.

Move it out!

Everything's under control!


Take out the Alpha vehicle!

l am sorry, sir. l got to do this.

Sh*t! l can't swim.

Don't move!


lt's okay. l am on the job.

We got you, sir.

You're going to be all right, sir.

Why did you drive onto that bridge

and start World War lll?

-l saved his life, Frank.

-You were lucky, Orin.

Extremely lucky.

The Secret Service gave a direct order

not to storm that bridge!

They were responsible for him!

Not you!

What if it went the other way?

l didn't vote for him.

This is funny to you?

-What's funny to me is--

-Cut it out.

Who were they?

Some Michigan militant group.

-Live by the sword, man.

-Sit down.

Look, Orin. We have known each other

a long time.

l am your friend, but l am your boss.

Now, as your friend, you don't follow

orders. You're unmanageable.

You don't obey the law

or think before you act.

And now, as your boss...you're fired.

-Just like that.

-Hinges wants you out.

There's nothing l can do.

You want to talk to him, be my guest.

Now handle it!

You are like a cockroach, Mr. Boyd.

Every time l try to get rid of you,

you appeal to the union...

...and they send your ass

right back here.

But not this time.

l have been talking to Secret Service

figuring out what to do with you.

They want you to suffer, Mr. Boyd.

They want you to suffer bad

for that stupid stunt you pulled.

And l must say, l do not disagree.

You guys are unbelievable.

l saw a problem, l fixed it.

Simple as that.

That's bullshit, Mr. Boyd.

Because of cops like you...

...police have a bad image everywhere.

You won't pin that on me.

l stick my neck out every day.

You remind me of bureaucrats in the

'60s sending kids to fight in Vietnam.

l am not going to send you to Vietnam.

-l am going to send you to the 15th.

-Oh, that shithole.

You will fit right in.

Come on, get up.

l know my rights, man.

Knock off the sh*t!


Can l help you?

l am looking for the ringleader

of this circus.

Yes, sir. And you are?

-Boyd. The commander's expecting me.

-Follow me.

Commander's got a grip. l have seen

mental wards saner than this place.

Can we start over?

Too late for first impressions. Sit.

This year alone, three complaints

filed against you for excessive force.

This doesn't seem like a hero's


You want welcome?

Stay out of the headlines.

Around here, there's no such thing

as heroes.

l have got community activists swearing

we treat everybody like criminals...

...and criminals swearing

they're altar boys.

Maybe l was never an altar boy,

but the point is--

The point is, cops don't

uphold the law by breaking it.

Now, you got a problem in my house,

you come see me.

None of this Lone Ranger stuff

l keep hearing about.

Are you listening?

lf l have a problem, l will come to you.

All that with the vice president?

A little water never hurt anybody.

But l am worried

about your discipline problem.

l was thinking about putting you

on a desk.

-l can't type.

-l have a better idea.

Something that will

broaden your horizons.

And then her dog.

Her dog gets so freaked out...

...he takes this enormous sh*t...

...right in the middle

of the living room.

l chased that little bastard

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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