Hard to Kill
Hard to Kill is a 1990 American action thriller film directed by Bruce Malmuth, starring Steven Seagal, Kelly LeBrock, William Sadler and Frederick Coffin. Seagal's second film after Above the Law, it features him as Mason Storm, a detective who falls into a coma after being shot during a fire-fight that killed his wife. Reawakening seven years later, Storm embarks on a journey to avenge the death of his wife, and expose the corruption of Senator Vernon Trent. The film was released on February 9, 1990, and grossed $59 million.
In 1983, Mason Storm, a Los Angeles police detective working for the LAPD's Internal Affairs Division, investigates a mob meeting that takes place by a pier. He records a shadowy figure who assures the mob they can rely on his political support. Storm is spotted, but escapes. Unaware that he is monitored by corrupt cops, Mason informs his partner, Becker and his friend Lt. O’Malley that he has evidence of corruption. While he goes shopping, a store is robbed, and one of the robbers shoots the clerk. Mason stops them and goes home, intent on celebrating with his wife, Felicia.
|editor||John F. Link|
|keywords||acupuncture adopted son arrest atrophy betray billiard room break break in come out corrupt cop estate agent internal affairs kill lapd's los angeles police department meet moxibustion old house one by one phone call police detective police officer private school real estate agent run away set up shadow shop train train station voice|
|musicBy||David Michael Frank|
|producer||Bill Todman, Jr. Gary Adelson Joel Simon|
|productionCompany||Lee Rich Productions|
|theme||martial arts vigilante|