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The Glimmer Man

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A former government operative renowned for his stealth, Jack Cole (Steven Seagal) is now a Los Angeles police detective. Later, he is forced to work with tough-talking fellow cop Jim Campbell to solve a chain of mysterious killings by a killer nicknamed 'The Family Man'.
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Empire Magazine
Sadly, the surprisingly podgy Seagal spends far too much time contemplating and not enough time kicking Russian butt.
January 01, 2000
Washington Post
The plot of The Glimmer Man involves not only the Family Man but Our Evil Secret Government, the Russian Mafia and Rich Powerful Politicians -- the three stooges of action cinema in the '90s.
January 22, 2002
TheMovieReport.com
Keenen Ivory Wayans is so much more interesting, lively, and fun than Seagal you wish that he were the star of the film.
September 10, 2005
Film.com
A brutish action movie that is as improbable as it is annoying.
January 01, 2000
Cinematter
A truly disgraceful outing that amounts to little more than an unbelievable Steven Seagal self-love fest.
January 01, 2000
Deseret News, Salt Lake City
Yet another action-thriller that just isn't very thrilling.
January 01, 2000
Jam! Movies
Your average five-year-old could have constructed a plot with fewer holes in it.
January 01, 2000
USA Today
It's repetitive mayhem as usual.
January 01, 2000
Los Angeles Times
Most of the action scenes occur in the dark and are so heavily edited, it's hard to know whose limbs and faces are being splintered by Cole.
February 14, 2001
Houston Chronicle
Subtract the gruesomeness, the language and some nekkid stuff, and the film is indistinguishable from an episode of a TV cop show.
January 01, 2000