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There are certain trash movies that have achieved cult status,even Adrian Popovici who directs this movie made one : Dracula the Impaler (2002).Unintentional fun just like : William Girdler's "The Manitou"(1978) or : Chiodo's "Killer Klowns from Outer Space" (1988)but in this case the film lacks any of this qualities,no self-spoof or any sign of visual aesthetic instead it has wooden acting,2d characters and ridiculous subplots.Could have been a "contre-emploi" comeback on the big screen for Jean Claude Van Damme ,even "Legionnaire" has a more convincing romantic approach or Steven Seagal's last "Born to raise hell".Bergin and Ironside are totally miscast ,it's also a shame that excellent romanian actors like Morgenstern or Bleont are part of this farce,i guess they got the script before signing the contract.... I felt like dreaming when i saw it,who could finance the movie knowing what disasters Adrian Popovici has directed and produced in the past,he should stick to DTV zombie flicks .I've read comments earlier about Ujica's "Autobiografia lui Nicolae Ceausescu" (2010)an excellent documentary,impartial and with artistical integrity,go and watch it instead of spending money and time on "Eva".
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