John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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JCVD is an interesting movie for Jean Claude defiantly not his normal fair. Interesting introspective dialogue and a really weird dub makes this a strange movie.
JCVD is the best. Steven Seagal is just a bloody cock puncher!!
Adding personal introspect to his repotiore you was the room point for making this a great piece of work. Love the artistic style of this film and the reality of perception while infusing some of his true personal battles.
JCVD is a breath of fresh air. It's darkly funny, down-to-earth, and full of heart. Van Damme gives a brilliant, damn near Oscar-worthy performance, which a statement I never thought I'd say. He's at his most honest and vulnerable here; in one scene, he pulls back the curtains completely into his psyche and it's heartbreaking. JCVD is a beautiful film and proves that, not only is Van Damme an immensely talented martial artist, he's become a terrific actor as well.
Aging action star returns to Belgium a broken man fresh from losing a custody case for his daughter in Hollywood. Upon his arrival, the bad news continues with a disastrous ATM encounter that leads him into the bank and straight into a robbery situation, for which he's about to be blamed. Soon, crowds grow outside on the street, with the cops quick to point the finger at him and his fans cheering for his release.
Saw this on 8/8/16
In this semi-biographical film Jean Claude Van Damme acts up a storm and his monologue about his past life is extremely heartfelt. Though the film takes some time to be engaging, it gets entertaining and unpredictable as time passes.
JCVD is a wee gem of a movie, well worth watching for Jean Claude Van Damme giving the best performance of his career.
this is the great history movie..
Van Damme delivers. An interesting movie giving the inside view on the day in the life of a celebrity in hard times who is thrust into an extraordinary situation. Well worth the watch.
Inteligente film , donde la realidad se cruza con la fantasÃ¬a y ocurre lo inimaginable Van Damme sabe actuar, recomendable.