In this one Seagal is offered a job by a shadowy organisation fighting organised crime. We know this is a shadowy organisation because Seagal's "interview" is conducted in a deserted theatre which is, well, very shadowy.
For the rest of the film liaison with the organisation is through a man known as "Blue". Seagal and "Blue" enjoy something of a sadomasochistic relationship, with the former giving the latter a good kicking every 20 minutes or so. However, "Blue" is the forgiving type and never seems to hold this against his charge.
Having signed on the bottom line, our man starts to conduct surveillance on his first target, whom he is to terminate "with extreme prejudice". Whilst doing so Seagal is picked up by a beautiful stranger. One night of passion later and the stranger is making comments about a certain part of Seagal's anatomy, adding a new meaning to the phrase "big action hero".
And so onto Seagal's first "hit", a nasty Mafioso type who fatally insults a waitress. Having previously been described as a "ghost", our man amplifies that by behaving like a particularly noisy poltergeist and assassinating his victims in full view of a restaurant and after a flow of insults - Seagal is no Jason Bourne, emerging from and disappearing back into the shadows before the victim has time to blink.
One more "hit" and suddenly Seagal meets trouble. His controllers want him to terminate his best friend. You can tell he's Seagal's best friend because he selflessly married Seagal's ex-wife, although the cynic might say this was grounds enough to send him six foot under. At this point, the bullets really start to fly although rarely hitting their target, rather surprisingly since Seagal is about 6' 6" in all directions and difficult to miss. Obviously, it would be inappropriate to spoil the ending so it's now up to the reader to decide whether he or she wants to part with his or her cash and find out, I only hope this review has been helpful.