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Anthony Stowe (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is a drug-addicted detective teetering on the edge. He shows little regard for his fellow cops, ratting out a respected veteran who takes him to task shortly before he's fired. All Stowe cares about is putting away drug-dealing former cop Callahan (Stephen Rea), who is taking over New Orleans' underworld. But Callahan's henchman (Stephen Lord) puts Stowe in a coma, and after he awakens, he realizes it's more important to redeem himself and get off drugs.

Cast & Crew

Stephen Rea
Gabriel Callaghan
Selina Giles
lerie Stowe
Mark Dymond
Mark Rossini
Stephen Lord
Jimmy Medina
Gary Beadle
Mac
Wes Robinson
Chad Mansen
Dan Harris
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James Portolese
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Boaz Davidson
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Danny Dimbort
Executive Producer
Avi Lerner
Executive Producer
Douglas Milsome
Cinematographer
Matthew Booth
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Critic Reviews for Until Death

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Audience Reviews for Until Death

  • May 21, 2012
    A nice change for Mr JCVD here, he plays the anti hero whom everybody despises in his local police station. Mr JCVD is a bad cop who has a drug addiction which clearly affects his judgement leading to an undercover cop getting killed by another ex-cop friend of his who also turned into a bad guy...must be something in the water huh. Its clear this is where Jean Claude has turned the tables and started to take roles with a bit more meat, roles that challenge his acting skills where he isn't just a kicking machine, and it works. Of course there is still plenty of gun action and Van Damme is still a bad ass but there is a strong undercurrent of real acting involved too and he's not too bad. The film is held up with the help of Rea as the ex-cop turned drug kingpin (massive career swing there and it seems to be going well for him) who sneers his way through the action until the rather predictable conclusion. Yes its predictable and still cliched like all action thrillers but the European version has a different ending which does have a slightly original twist...for Van Damme anyway. Still can't escape the 'straight to DVD' abyss but this admittedly is a much better film than his other action fluff, the Euro version has the better ending.
    Phil H Super Reviewer
  • Nov 18, 2010
    Not bad but not great either, its kind of a waist and fails to have an active plot.
    Al S Super Reviewer
  • Aug 22, 2009
    Falls into the trailer made it look so much better category. Pity but very run of the mill action film. Oh and don't expect to see any martial arts in this!
    Dean K Super Reviewer
  • Mar 16, 2009
    A different type of film for Van Damme, he is almost unrecognisable. His character is almost like Vic Mackie from The Shield, although Vic is more likeable. Stephen Rea who is supporting in it is pretty good. This one though proves that Van Damme can be a very strong actor, and it is a challenging role. Certain events in this film are unpredictable and others you can see coming but it does come together pretty well. Certainly one of the better straight to DVD releases out there, I was impressed with this.
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