For everyone else, and by 'everyone' I also mean Wesley himself, my advice would be to stay pretty far away from 7 Seconds. Shot on the cheap and laden with confusion, it's a movie about one great thief, several stupid villains, and a really sexy British babe. When the movie's not zooming down a Romanian street or asking Wesley to kickbox unconvincingly, we're forced to suffer through endless reams of screenplay blather that's not even awful enough to be amusing. You won't care who gets away with what and/or who ends up double-crossing whom, so the chases, escapes, and ass-kickings never seem to matter all that much.
Chock full of atrocious dialogue, disinterested acting performances, more pointless editing than you'd ever imagine possible, and a directorial style that could be best described as "not ... good," 7 Seconds marks Wesley's full and near-total descent into direct-to-video mega-schlockitude. After Unstoppable, 7 Seconds, and the upcoming Marksman, it looks like Snipes might just have found a DTV home alongside Steven Seagal, C. Thomas Howell, Casper Van Dien, and Corbin Bernsen.