“At some point, a man must ask why God created him.” The answer is harmonica solos and flaming sledgehammers.
During the first local commercial break of last night’s Super Bowl broadcast, residents of Savannah, Ga., were treated to something truly incredible. Personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino bought the entire two-minute block of local advertising and aired the masterpiece you see above.
If you’re like me and you think late-80’s Seagal movies are some of the most unintentionally hilarious films in history, you’re going to love this one. It’s got vengeance, a dead brother, police corruption, metal with harmonica solos, and a flaming sledgehammer. It made that game-long 24 build-up look like a promo for Two and a Half Men in comparison.
And here you thought the Full House reunion stole the show.
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