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John G. Avildsen
Jean-Claude Van Damme,
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Mediocre acting, enough sweat to keep RightGuard in business for decades and some of the most god-awful CGI effects in recent memory...and I'll watch it again just to see Stephanie Niznik in a sweaty t-shirt.
Plot holes galore [if the metal on the side of the building is hot enough that your wet hand sizzles when it touches, there shouldn't be a long lasting wet handprint left there, should there?]
Actually, the story wasn't that bad [loved the scene of the pile of dead birds "...just fell out of the sky this morning. Damndest thing I ever saw."] and the view of Southern Cali from space, cooking, was well done.
*** out of *****
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