Steven Seagal protecting a drug lord from GSP in Cartels
The cast this time is not so bad and even includes Georges St-Pierre. The story follows U.S. Marshal Tom Jensen (Luke Goss), who has tasked with protecting an imprisoned Russian drug lord from his former employee Bruno Sinclaire (Georges St-Pierre). Seagal plays a government agent John Harrison in a thick leather coat, bushy goatee, tinted glasses, and with whispery monotone voice (nothing new).
St-Pierre fits well the role of a bad guy with his French accent and a Superman punch. Luke Goss can’t show us anything new but brings some charisma into the cheesy twisty plot.
Do you still want to see it?
Cartels movie is set to premiere in select theaters on July 7, as well as through iTunes as a digital download.
Check out the trailer below.
Plot: An elite team of DEA agents is assigned to protect a dangerous drug lord and take refuge in a luxury hotel while they await extraction. They soon find themselves at the center of an ambush as the drug lord’s former associates launch an explosive assault on the hotel.