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Jean-Claude Van Damme,
An earthquake measuring 9.5 on the Richter Scale splits California into an island with a perpetual dustcloud hanging over it. The survivors of the terrible ordeal have started to come together in the shape of Nick Preston (Dolph Lundgren) an air force captain, and other fractions of the military, including Sarah McBride and Lucky Simcoe, and have situated themselves in a warfare junkyard, holding weaponry from forgotten conflicts. They are searching for food, fuel and fellow survivors, and a possible path into the next world, while also dodging a violent plague that causes the skin to boil. Written by
Out of all the lame action stars the 80's an 90's brought to us, there's one that will always remain my favorite: Dolph Lundgren. This movie is a classic Dolph film. When was the last time Arnie threw a brick at a guys face? 1985? Last I heard, he was working on Jingle All the Way 2. Dolph stayed in great shape for his age, and delivers the melodrama and unreal action that has made me like action heroes ever since I was a kid. It's this type of movie that reminds me of when Action heroes were tough. Guys like Micheal Dudikoff, Chris Christopherson, and Dolph Lundgren made good films that didn't need a bunch of cookie cutter acting. Guys like Stallone and Arnie needed to prove they could act for some reason. Leave acting to the actors and leave action to the men.
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