Clementine (2004)

Seagal actually doesn't star in this movie (which is a Korean film). In fact his role in it is limited to a small cameo. However, that didn't stop him from getting his face plastered on the poster. Oddly enough, the plot is still eerily Seagalish. The main character is a Taekwondo champion who gives up his career to take care of his daughter. However, an evil gambling kingpin kidnaps his daughter (kingpins are usually involved with drugs and/or terrorism). He must then fight in a rigged match against a man who has never lost, played by (shockingly enough) Steven Seagal. I'm going to assume Seagal beats the snot out of the main character, who learns a valuable lesson and then he and Seagal beat the snot out of the kingpin guy and save his daughter. Since Seagal has a small role in this movie, we can forgive most of the problems with the poster (Seagal's head is not the largest, nor is a gun present). However, notice the movie title follows the one-word convention.
Out of Reach (2004)
'It's a split second between hit or miss.'

The poster rules are followed quite nicely here. Seagal's head is by far the largest on the poster, and just so you know who's boss he's also holding a gun, though he's not pointing it at anything, perhaps harken back to his days of the 'On Deadly Ground' poster. The title follows the formula perfectly as well. As for the plot, Seagal plays a 'former covert agent turned survivalist' and he must save a young girl (who may or may not be his daughter) from a human trafficking network (which, let's face it, is a form of drug dealing with people instead of drugs). There's also apparently bad dubbing done on Seagal's voice, but I can't figure out why they would do that (except maybe he was supposed to speak another language and he refused to learn it).