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... as nutty as "Jean-Claude Van Johnson" sounds, its execution feels too familiar to earn its spot.
With so much po-faced, inertia-laden, 10-hours-of-thinking-hard programming around the moment, it's refreshing to see something so keen to please.
Van Damme -- older, wiser and slower, also wrinkled, hunched and melancholy -- salvages an otherwise fascinating, uneven mess.
If you're not already sharing Van Damme's lament that he isn't more relevant in 2017, "Jean-Claude Van Johnson" is not the best place to start.
JC is a likeable hero to root for who, despite his cocky exterior, is surprisingly happy to mock his own career in the name of comedy. Ironically, a show about being a washed-up actor could well reignite the popularity of its real-life star.
Funny, smart where you don't expect it, a bit shameless, framed literally and figuratively like a post-modern Buster Keaton, and of course full of deadpan quips, kicks, spins and that surely trademarked split by the Muscles from Brussels.
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