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Jean-Claude Van Damme and David 'Shark' Fralick previously starred together in Inferno (1999) See more »
At 46:50 they enter a room and close the door. At 46:28 the door is open and then shut again at 47:54. See more »
Jean-Claude can do better than this.
I love Jean-Claude Van Damme's 80's and 90's movies, he had such a good streak of cool movies back then. I'll fight anyone who says Double Impact and Hard Target aren't awesome.
So i see there's another movie with Jean-Claude and Dolph Lundgren and i get it hoping it's good.
This is a very low budget movie where Van Damme looks bored and Dolph Lundgren is barely in it but the scenes he is in you can see how cool and charismatic he is. Why don't these movies have more Dolph? Is he super busy or something?
The action is serviceable and nothing truly exciting happens. I need to stop buying these straight to DVD Van Damme movies because most of the time i'm disappointed but i do love the man and i know he can do better than this. A good director needs to hire him like Gareth Evans who made The Raid.
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