Jean Claude plays an official who's just been appointed as Second In Command to the U.S.Ambassador at an American Embassy in a small, turbulent Eastern European nation. When local ... See full summary »
Jean-Claude Van Damme,
One of the aliases (François Van Varenberg) Jean-Claude Van Damme is accused of being an impersonator is actually his real name . See more »
The aircraft the team flies out in, N106SW, is a Shorts SD3-30, and by law requires a crew of two to fly at all times. It is illegal to fly it single pilot in this aircraft, even when there are no passengers on board. See more »
For $5 million dollars, whomever produced this movie should have just bought lottery tickets. The chance of winning would be better than this movie having a chance to be enjoyed.
I generally would have just turned it off, but being bored already, I figured what the heck. I WASTED VALUABLE TIME FROM MY LIFE.
It was so bad that I could tell you how the story ended and you would be better off if you spent the time with your family and maybe find something fun to do with them.
There is not one character who is worth saying nice things about. Dennis Haysbert has a couple of lines with minor humor attached, but only because they are so out of character for him.
That's the only reason I didn't give this 1 star.
I have to believe that once this movie gets around a little, the ratings will drop like the stock market in 2008. Please believe me. It's really not worth even trying to prove or disprove what I am writing here.
Even Jean Claude couldn't save it. Btw, he is in amazing shape for any age, but the fact that he is 53 is nuts! OK, that is the other reason I gave it 2 stars! I really wish someone would give me $5M so I could make a movie. I could find 20 people on the street who would have performed better than anyone in this film.
Find something else to watch, I beg you.
Just my thoughts!
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