Jake Riley is working on the "Torch" case, a psycho serial killer, who kills women with kids and sets them on fire after they are dead. The killer calls Riley sometimes and now, that Riley retires, the killer has no person to play against anymore. The NSA comes into play here and offers a job to Riley. A replicant, or better a clone of the killer should help him find the real one, as kind of test if it works out. Now Riley is back on track, with a clone of the killer at his hand on the way to discover that nobody is born as murderer.Written by
At the secret laboratory in the forest, a helicopter randomly lands in the bushes for no apparent reason. See more »
Jake Riley is chocking the Torch with a seat belt, the ambulance slides and hits the wall with the driver's side first. Front view shows the mirror on that side getting flattened. When torch drives forward again the mirror is back in its place. See more »
Written by Gene Siegel & Loren Gold
Performed by Shine
Published by Station Victoria 7 (BMI) & Fill The Pool Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Studio Eleven Productions See more »
This was very different for a Van Damme movie. Even though this is like the 100th time Van Damme has done the double role thing, this is the best out of them. Van Damme really plays his roles well in this one. I don't really like Michael Rooker as an actor, but he does well with what he is given. Some of the characters are underdeveloped, but the movie still is decent.
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