Activities Sports & Athletics 5 Steven Seagal Movies Worth Watching Share PINTEREST Email Print Sports & Athletics Martial Arts Styles MMA & UFC Baseball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Robert Rousseau Robert Rousseau Facebook Twitter Robert Rousseau is a martial arts expert and a former senior writer for MMA Fighting. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 03/31/19 Steven Seagal movies are all about martial arts moves taking down the bad guys. In that way, they're quite similar to the martial arts movies we've all come to enjoy watching. The difference is that his martial arts style, aikido, is less about spinning kicks and the theatrics that you might see in Jet Li movies, and more about using an opponents' energy against them for takedowns and standing joint locks. With that, let's get to one opinion on the top 5 Steven Seagal movies of all-time in list form. 01 of 05 Under Siege Photo from Amazon Seagal plays a former Navy SEAL turned to cook on the USS Missouri. Then terrorists show up and get more than they bargained for from this Aikido master. The cast for this one included Tommie Lee Jones, Gary Busey, and Erika Eleniak. And it's that background cast plus a solid storyline that makes this one his best movie. 02 of 05 Marked for Death Photo from Amazon A simple plot for this film: Seagal is a cop that has too many reasons to seek revenge on a Jamaican drug kingpin by the name of Screwface. There have certainly been more complex plots in Seagal movies and better supporting casts. But the bad guys in this one were truly frightening, and the action was excellent (joint locks, bone breaking, etc.). 03 of 05 Above the Law Photo from Amazon Seagal made his debut in this movie where he plays a Chicago cop that finds himself in the middle of a drug trafficking situation with ex-CIA operatives playing the bad guys. This served as Seagal's introduction to the American public, and Sharon Stone's co-star role certainly helped him make waves. Do we really have to tell you that Seagal beat the bad guys down? Didn't think so. 04 of 05 Out for Justice Photo from Amazon Seagal plays a cop that finds himself in a battle with a crazy killer. Go figure. There are some outstanding fight scenes in this one, which puts it at number four on the list. 05 of 05 Hard to Kill Photo from Amazon Before he's able to blow the whistle on a group of corrupt politicians, Seagal gets shot full of holes. Though the bad guys think he's dead, he's not, and years later via the help of his wife (Kelly LeBrock), he recovers to take his revenge.