Counterterrorist officer, Jack Quinn misses his target, Stavros, on the eve of his final mission. From there, he is sent to the colon;y; a rebirth for presumed-dead assassins. He breaks free from there, and seeks the aid of Yaz, a weapons dealer, for his final battle with Stavros.Written by
Orlandus Brown Jr.
Written by R. Gamberini and L. Pavignani
Performed by Leareo Gianferrari
Courtesy of Butterfly Music SRL, Milano (Italy)
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The Van Dammage and some Basketball player
Jean-Claude is "double-teamed" with basketball star (does that qualify you to be a movie star?) Dennis Rodman in this exciting flick from action maestro Tsui Hark. Mickey Rourke even comes out of retirement to flex his muscles (arm muscles that is, not acting muscles). The film turns out to be a bit of a rip off of 60's Brit TV show The Prisoner, as Van Dumme is planted on a colony for spies too dangerous to quit. Anyways, Double Team is a fun enough Saturday evening spent in front of the box - even if to see the most blatant sponsorship deal with a leading cola brand since Superman picked up a truck in Superman 2. Although, this film does go one better, as the product placement actually SAVES Rodman and Jean from a fire ball...?! I give it five Daigles out of ten - Dennis Daigle.
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