Swedish agent Carl Hamilton and Finnish Åke Stålhandske are ordered to stop Russian smugglers. The smuggled goods is a nuclear missile. It's an SS 20, 1,5 megatons, "enough to turn Paris, ... See full summary »
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A policeman takes his twin brother's place and inherits his problems and a beautiful girlfriend. He is forced to kickbox his way from France to the U.S. and back while playing footsie with ... See full summary »
Jean-Claude Van Damme,
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Swedish agent Carl Hamilton and Finnish Åke Stålhandske are ordered to stop Russian smugglers. The smuggled goods is a nuclear missile. It's an SS 20, 1,5 megatons, "enough to turn Paris, Washington or New York to ashes". The American villain is Mike Hawkins. Written by
The Statoil company paid 500,000 NOK ($USD67,000) for their logo to be displayed for three seconds in the film. See also the goofs entry for this film. See more »
During the opening credits, several of the men in snow camouflage have impulse amplifiers on their assault rifles. Impulse amplifier is a device used with certain types of training ammo to ensure the gun keeps working, and also to crush the wooden practice "bullet" into harmless sawdust. It blocks the barrel of a gun, making it unable to fire live ammo when in use (and is thus used as a safety measure in non-live fire exercises). Russian soldiers guarding a nuclear weapon storage would most definitely not have training ammo in their guns. See more »
Is this the best Hamilton film ever? I think so. Harald Schwart,Peter Stormare and Lena Olin gives Hamilton a whole new dimension.
This is probably the best Hamilton film ever. Although there`s a few holes in the story,Scwart manages to give us the story of the two Jan Guillou books Ingenmanslan Den Enda Segern. I suppose those holes will be corrected in the TV-series. Peter Stormare is,in my opinion the best Hamilton ever,and getting Lena Olin to play Tessie was also a major scoop. Althogh I don`t think I can ever identify Mark Hamill as anyone else than Luke Skywalker,I think he gives Mike Hawkins the necessary cynicism that the character was given by Jan Guillou.
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