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However, it is not a real Lundgren movie - as Lundgren himself has a rather supporting and unpleasantly different role. The plot (including the ending scenes) has some unpredictable twists and turns, but many events and character development are illogical and awkward, being a token of cheap budget and focusing only on perfunctoriness. The directing and performances are mediocre as well.
With its duration of around 1,5 hours, it is still watchable, but that's it. Panic Room, for instance, is much better and thus more recommended. Moreover, I prefer the movies where Lundren's character is at the side of oppressed and seeking justice, showing his great martial arts skills.
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