The newest salvo in martial artist turned actor turned eco-warrior Steven Seagal's cinematic campaign to save the world, this homespun morality tale pits him against corporate robber barons dumping poisonous chemicals in the Appalachian mountains.
Seagal is EPA agent Jack Taggert, who goes undercover as a volunteer do-gooder. While fixing sagging porches and leaky roofs, Taggert none too subtly questions the locals about local boy made good Orin Hanner (Kris Kristofferson), a mining tycoon with a sideline in toxic waste. It would be nice to
be able to commend Seagal for pressing popular entertainment into the service of raising ecological awareness, but both this p...