History has shown us a number of improbable movie plots.
In Red Dawn, a group of high school students bands together to successfully defend the nation from invading Soviet forces. Teenagers have a hard time getting out of bed.
In Signs, an advanced race of aliens capable of interstellar travel comes to a planet that is 71% covered in the one thing that can kill them.
In Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, fruits become sentient, and their sole interest is killing humans.
However, these are nothing compared to 'Killing Salazar', aka, 'Cartels'. It begins with Steven Seagal performing an obviously impossible stunt - walking upstairs. Then he beats the welterweight G.O.A.T. Georges St-Pierre.
The official plot centers on an elite team of DEA agents assigned to protect dangerous drug lord Joseph 'El Tiburon' Salazar, who take refuge in a luxury hotel in Romania. The group is then ambushed by turncoat associates of El Tiburon, led by GSP.
St-Pierre played the role of Marvel's Batroc the Leaper in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which had a budget of $170,000,000. The shift to a film with a reported budget of $7,000,000, which was released straight to bit torrent, is a little difficult to fathom.
The director is long-time Seagal collaborator Keoni Waxman. The worldwide big screen debut was on May 19, 2016, in Kuwait. The television premiere was on April 30, 2016, in South Africa.
The only review we could find was in Swedish.
Steven Seagal fortsätter att spotta ut skräpfilmer och bara i år så har han 6 stycken filmer som kommit eller är på G att släppas. Här samarbetar han än en gång med regissören Keoni Waxman och även om Seagal syns som störst på filmens omslag, är det en väldigt liten roll han har i filmen.
So let's let the final words be "roll han har i filmen."