Black Dawn (2005)
'It's always darkest before dawn.'

This is actually a sequel to The Foreigner, or at the very least Seagal plays a guy with the same exact name. Anyway he's a former CIA operative who has been framed for killing a lot of his former CIA agent co-workers, so there's a shoot-on-sight directive on his head. And as if that wasn't enough to adhere to the formula, Seagal has stumbled across a deal between Colombian arms dealers and Middle Eastern terrorists who want plutonium for a suitcase bomb to blow L.A. to smithereens. Terrorists, arms dealers, CIA, getting framed! And in a stellar move the DVD cover features a large picture of Seagal holding a gun and an explosion!