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The plot was a little confusing at first but if you really pay attention you will get the idea of the movie.
Van Damme and Rob Schneider play two business partners who are caught up in a nasty circle with the Chinese mafia, renegade CIA agents, and big bad guys.
I mean, all this destruction, fighting, killing and assorted mayhem to counter the negatives in knock-off jeans exports?
This is not a great movie, in fact it isn't even a good movie, but for most of us it will be our only chance to see the beautiful Carman Lee in a movie! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Janste
A Van Damn classic, a movie to kick back and chill; while watching Van Damn kick A, and pretty much everything blows up, awesome.Published 21 months ago by Amone Alexandar
Now I know why van Dam hasn't had a good movie in a long time. They made him look like a stupid person but he can kick. There wasn't much action. Read morePublished 21 months ago by babydog10
My bargain-rack movie for last night was "Knock Off" starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Rob Schneider. It was awful. A waste of time. Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by Gary Peterson
If you like JCVD films, this one is a little light on the action, but makes up for it with comedy (Schneider) and all around terrible acting.
Bullseye! So bad it's good!
Van Damme plays Marcus Ray, a salesman for V SIX jeans, in the 1998's Knock Off, which also stars Rob Schneider as his business partner, Tommy Hendricks. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by Coffee Addicted Writer's Reviews
With any action film, I always adjust my expectations downward. Still, I thought this was pretty good. JCVD looked like he was having a good time (at least during the first half). Read morePublished on April 13, 2012 by Rosemary43
This 1998 film stars Jean-Claude Van Damme in his usual role as an expert in hand-to-hand fighting, performed mostly with one's feet, but it is also a humorous film. Read morePublished on December 22, 2011 by Israel Drazin