The Foreigner (2003)

Here Seagal plays a 'freelance agent' which I guess fits the character formula. The plot goes that Seagal needs to deliver some package to some guy in Germany but a bunch of bad dudes follow him and want his package and Seagal probably has to kill them. I can only assume the box contains either a bomb or drugs (even Seagal doesn't know) and that the guys following Seagal murder someone he knows. Also note the closeup and Seagal holding a gun on the poster. This title can also count as a one-word title, much like 'The Patriot'.
Out for a Kill (2003)
'Out for revenge. Out for payback.'

This movie was great when it was called 'Out for Justice', eh? Here Seagal plays a professor of archeology who is digging stuff up and accidently pisses off the Chinese Mafia. Apparently they were doing some bad stuff (smuggling artifacts, which you can count as a version of drug dealing) and Seagal takes it upon himself to stop them by killing every single person in China. Note the title and poster formulas are followed here (though it perhaps could have used a blue tint) and only the character formula is deviated from, which is odd considering Seagal kills a shitload of people as an archeologist, but I guess he really liked the Indiana Jones movies (or the Tomb Raider movies).
Belly of the Beast (2003)

Here, in a twist, Seagal plays an ex-CIA agent (didn't see that one coming, did you!?) whose daughter is kidnapped and Seagal must find her before she dies or something. Oddly enough the enemy in this movie is the corrupt Thai government, and Seagal wants to help the terrorists. Terrorists are terrorists though, evil or not, so I wouldn't say they're exactly breaking the formula. At any rate, notice that the poster follows the formula well, though the blue tint is only applied to the bottom half, but it's still clearly present. Good show, way to mix it up guys!