Under Siege

Under Siege

Director: Andrew Davis Cast: Steven Seagal, Tommy Lee Jones, Gary Busey

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/30/2009
UPC: 0883929077243
Original Release: 1992
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 16,377

Special Features

Closed Caption; Production Notes; Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steven Seagal Casey Ryback
Tommy Lee Jones William Strannix
Gary Busey Commander Krill
Erika Eleniak Jordan Tate
Patrick O'Neal Captain Adams
Nick Mancuso Tom Breaker
Andy Romano Admiral Bates
Leo Alexzander Lieutenant Smart
Pamela Basker Actor
Bernie Casey Commander Harris
E. Daniel Corte CIA Aide
Ousuan Elam Marine
David Y. Hodges Bridge Watchman
John Rottger Commander Green
Wendell Wayne Stewart "The Bail Jumpers"
Michael Weldon Lieutenant Ballard
Damian Chapa Tackman
Troy Evans Granger
David McKnight Flicker
Lee Hinton Cue Ball
Glenn Morshower Ensign Taylor
Brad Rea Marine Guard
Rickey Pierre Kitchen Helper
Ray Cruz Ramirez
Duane Davis Johnson
Colm Meaney Doumer
Eddie Bo Smith Shadow
Richard Jones Pitt
Tom Reynolds Wave
Tom Muzila Cates
Kirk Burroughs Commando
Jim Chimento Commando
Craig Dunn Commando
Daniel Dupont Commando
Frank Ferera Commando
Adam James Commando
Michael James Commando
Miguel Nino Commando
David Webster Commando
Gene Barge "The Bail Jumpers"
Anthony G. Brown "The Bail Jumpers"
Hiram Bullock "The Bail Jumpers"
Christopher Alan Cameron "The Bail Jumpers"
Richard Davis "The Bail Jumpers"
Tad Robinson "The Bail Jumpers"
Tom Wood Private Nash
Jerone Wiggins Sammy Lee
Joseph Kosala Engine Room Watch Officer
Richard Piemonte Marine
Daniel Friedman Spoon
Gregory G. Stump Bridge Officer
Bruce Bozzi F-18 Pilot
Craig Pinkard Submariner
Sandy Ward Calaway
Conrad Palmisano Strike Team Leader
Luis J. Silva Luigi
Michael Des Barres Domiani
Nate Robinson Ship's Doctor
Gary Gardner Marine
Drucilla A. Carlson Captain Spellman
Ralph Wesley Carey Naval Aide
Joseph R. John Chief of Staff
Dennis Lipscomb Trenton
Robert Nichols Colonel Sarnac
George Cheung Commando
Dale Dye Captain Garza

Technical Credits
Andrew Davis Director
Pamela Basker Casting
Jack B. Bernstein Co-producer
Don Brochu Editor
Richard Bruno Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Chang Score Composer
Robert A. Ferretti Editor
Rick T. Gentz Set Decoration/Design
Gary W. Goldstein Executive Producer
Rick Hart Sound/Sound Designer
William Hiney Art Director
Dov Hoenig Editor
Kane Hodder Stunts
Bill Kenney Production Designer
J.F. Lawton Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Peter Macgregor-Scott Co-producer
Al Manzer Set Decoration/Design
Arnon Milchan Producer
Don Mitchell Sound/Sound Designer
Frank A. Montaño Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Rae Screenwriter
Steven E. Reuther Producer
Steven Seagal Producer
Frank Tidy Cinematographer
Dennis Virkler Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- Under Siege
1. Credits/Ceremony [5:50]
2. Prepare a Surprise [4:29]
3. Strike an Officer [2:38]
4. New Arrivals [4:17]
5. Make Naval History [2:42]
6. The Siege Begins [4:13]
7. Need Evaluation [:57]
8. In Control [4:26]
9. Mess In the Galley [3:49]
10. Flying Target [2:47]
11. Chat With Pentagon [6:07]
12. Out of the Cake [2:47]
13. Strannix Specialty [3:43]
14. Not Work of a Cook [1:24]
15. The Odds; Profile [2:12]
16. Jordan's Rules [5:36]
17. Saboteur on Deck [4:02]
18. Crew In Peril [4:29]
19. Assault Force [5:18]
20. Not Quite Control [2:59]
21. Offloading Begins [4:56]
22. Gunning for Sub [6:44]
23. Missiles Launched [2:21]
24. Hands Off Deck [2:18]
25. Puppets [3:16]
26. Tomahawk In Sights [:35]
27. By the Numbers [2:04]
28. Casey's Move [1:35]
Disc #1, Side B -- Under Siege
1. Credits/Ceremony [5:50]
2. Prepare a Surprise [4:29]
3. Strike an Officer [2:38]
4. New Arrivals [4:17]
5. Make Naval History [2:42]
6. The Siege Begins [4:13]
7. Need Evaluation [:57]
8. In Control [4:26]
9. Mess In the Galley [3:49]
10. Flying Target [2:47]
11. Chat With Pentagon [6:07]
12. Out of the Cake [2:47]
13. Strannix Specialty [3:43]
14. Not Work of a Cook [1:24]
15. The Odds; Profile [2:12]
16. Jordan's Rules [5:36]
17. Saboteur on Deck [4:02]
18. Crew In Peril [4:29]
19. Assault Force [5:18]
20. Not Quite Control [2:59]
21. Offloading Begins [4:56]
22. Gunning for Sub [6:44]
23. Missiles Launched [2:21]
24. Hands Off Deck [2:18]
25. Puppets [3:16]
26. Tomahawk In Sights [:35]
27. By the Numbers [2:04]
28. Casey's Move [1:35]

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Under Siege 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
This wasn't that bad. Some of the acting while over the top was kind of fun. Especially Tommy Lee Jones.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some action movies have memorable characters, a plot, and reflect some social/political issues. Others truly are nothing but action. Under Siege falls into the 2nd category. Anyone looking for character development, a story that makes any sense, or any kind moral - don't watch this. Anyone wanting to enjoy knife fighting, bullets, explosions and hand to hand combat, involving Steven Seagal, Gary Busey, Tommy Lee Jones, Patrick O'Neal, and the Beautiful Erika Eleniak. This works.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Who is better, Bussey or Nolte. That question is answered in this non-stop action ride. Seagal plays a Navy chef who dodges bullets, hooks and punches throughout the movie and still manages to hang on to that classy pony tail. I can say honestly that this movie is one of the major reasons I enlisted in the Navy just yesterday.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lemme just say that I'm glad the below reviewer has decided to serve his country, but I think he should watch the film again because Nick Nolte is not in this film and Seagal doesn't have a ponytail either. In fact, when he got it cut off, he was in the WB parking lot and someone stole it after he set it down on his car. This is one of Seagal's best films and really put him on the map. It helped him move from playing cop roles to secret agent and special forces soldiers roles instead. The knife fight between him and Tommy Lee Jones is certainly one of the best caught on film, at least until Jones had to outdo himself with Benicio Del Toro in The Hunted. Erike Eleniak was nice eye candy too.