The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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...ultimately undone by the inclusion of several exceedingly questionable elements...
A high-octane and riveting action-thriller. It certainly holds it's own as a good movie and thrilling action flick, which I'm not surprised with Director, Isaac Florentine at the helm who always seems to deliver a solid and entertaining action movie. One of the best Jean-Claude Van Damme movies I've seen in a while. It has a cool old-school western vibe as far as the story and characters go. It was also great to see Scott Adkins in this film as one of the main bad guys. Adkins and Van Damme have a great final showdown in the movie. A slick and very good action movie.
This is a terrible mess of a film it really is, I dunno why Van Damme bothers anymore because these straight to DVD films are really bad. There are some awful cliched baddies, usual cheesey gun action, predictable plot and hammy acting. Sure Van Damme can still do the moves but its old stuff now im afraid, just another excuse for a typical martial arts battle with another trained up young wannabe in the martial arts world.
A typical Van Damme fight movie. Jean-Claude joins the US-Mexico Border Patrol to avenge the overdose death of his daughter (who is played by his actual daughter in the movie). We get to watch while Jean-Claude shoots his way through a cartel run by former American Special Forces.
Jean-Claude Van Damme's latest action-thriller movie is getting better since Until Death with lots of exciting action scenes against the rogue American Special Forces and his team.
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