Got to admit, when I see "Steven Seagal" in the cast list, I just move on.
mrmr 8:17pm Thu 10 Sep Report Abuse
not so unlikely!
Well, I AM an orphan Polish girl, and I do correspond quite regularly with not one but TWO former intelligence agents who are experts in both marshall arts and cooking. Just the other week I was rescued from a bunch of very nefarious characters by these very pen-pals.
FIddlesticks 9:05am Thu 10 Sep Report Abuse
So, we're expected to believe that a former intelligence agent has nothing better to do with his time than correspond with a Polish orphan girl... Okaaay. Why? Why would he want to do this? How would they get in touch in the first place? It seems ever so slightly paedophilic (if that's the word?) to me. Apart from that, the whole thing just sounds completely laughable. I haven't seen it however... should I ever find myself with nothing better to do (extremely unlikely - actually, as unlikely as this plot) I might give it a try. Then again...
Vanna 7:29pm Wed 5 Nov Report Abuse
Oh, Come On!
Steven Seagal must live in his own Michael Jackson-esque World if he thinks this crap will fly. A former intelligence agent saves his Polish pen-pal? Does he really think that we're stupid enough to be entertained by this? Awful. I hate you Steven Seagal and I'll kick your arse, unless I ever meet you.
Anti Steven Seagal League 9:22pm Thu 4 Sep Report Abuse