John looks to take down Luc Deveraux after a home invasion claims his wife and daughter. The fight pits John against Andrew Scott and an army of genetically enhanced warriors; meanwhile, he must contend with a UniSol in relentless pursuit.
Jean-Claude Van Damme,
Forest ranger and Ex-Navy SEAL Henry is forced by the drug cartel to help retrieve a major shipment of drugs which went missing on the US-Canadian border. While in the woods, he runs into a man who has a vendetta against him, but both men must struggle to escape the forest and defeat the cartel, while at odds and at knife's edge with each other. Written by
The "Royal Canadian Mounted Police" do not wear the classic red serge jackets, that's only for special events and even there there's only a handful of them. The "mounties" on duty in the movie should be wearing normal police style uniforms in dark colors. The production had the uniforms completely wrong and almost comedic. See more »
You know, these beans are fair trade from Columbia. No slash-and-burn agriculture, but...
[Henry aims a gun at Xander]
... you could care less, I'm sure.
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Jean-Claude Van Damme, plays Xander a French-Canadian drug leader and landfill environmentalist. Supporting actor Orlando Jones (Clay) play his part well, as a mysterious lost hiker who found his way to the lake, while co-lead Tom Everett Scott (as Henry, the park ranger) is undoubtedly the weakest link in the film. The audience is clearly intended to root for his character, but his acting weighs the overall film, and the character is rather bland and isn't given much to do. Enemies Closer is a solid action film filled with decent amounts of action scenes such as one-note fight scenes, and gun shootout. The film works well since the film has a quick pace and doesn't stall or waste time compared to many action films we see today. It is only 85 minutes long (80 minutes minus the end credits) which is beneficial.
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