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Action superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme (Nowhere to Run, Universal Soldier) is back in THE ORDER, a fast-paced, high-octane thriller set in the Middle East. From the director of Double Impact and featuring screen legend Charlton Heston (Planet of the Apes, Any Given Sunday), Ben Cross (First Knight,Chariots of Fire), and sexy newcomer Sofia Milos, THE ORDER is an exciting adventure packed with extreme fight choreography, exotic locations, and non-stop action.

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    • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Charleton Heston, Sofia Milos
    • Directors: Sheldon Lettich
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
    • Language: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated: R (Restricted)
    • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
    • DVD Release Date: December 7, 2010
    • Run Time: 89 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00441GYYW
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,611 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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    This is one really bad movie!
    saphros
    This time, Van Damme is Rudy Cafmeyer, jewel thief and smuggler.
    trebe
    The plot line is thin but the action is great.
    Action Enthusaist

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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Lawrenz VINE VOICE on January 12, 2004
    Format: DVD
    Synopsis:
    Rudy Cafmeyer (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is an international artifacts smuggler whose father is a well known museum curator. When Rudy's father (Vernon Dobtcheff) goes missing mysteriously in Israel, Rudy embarks on a quest to find him. The end result is a confrontation with a lovely Israeli police officer named Dalia (Sofia Milos), the loss of a couple friends and being wrapped up in a religious conspiracy involving a strange middle eastern cult and a cultist (Brian Thompson) with nefarious plans.

    About the Movie:
    If you're looking for a well written, well thought out, well acted action flick, this isn't really it. But really, are we surprised? It has Van Damme in it.

    In fact, The Order is something of a rip-off of the Indiana Jones movies. You have the archeologist father who goes missing, a son looking for him, a weird religious cult, and a lost religious treasure . . . Nothing new here, well, except for maybe the martial arts element.

    But it's not all bad, making up for a silly, clichéd and completely unoriginal plot by having a few very enjoyable moments. Van Damme is an entertaining martial artist and while his fight scenes aren't as flamboyant or entertaining as, say, Jackie Chan's, he holds his own quite well. Van Damme even gets to engage in a sword fight in this movie, which is probably the first time I've seen him do that. I bet you can't guess who wins it.

    The best scene in this movie, partly because the musical score adds so much to it, is the one where Van Damme is masquerading as a Hasidic Jew, with a beard, hat and curly hair, then has to run from the police through the middle of crowded Jerusalem. There's something very goofy about the whole sequence that makes it quite comic and a lot of fun to watch.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Savant11 on June 16, 2002
    Format: DVD
    Van Damme stars as a thief and a wayward son of an archeologist who gets kidnapped while in Israel. It is up to Van Damme to save his father and prevent "world war 3" That's the story in a nutshell. It's too complicated for me to go into in great detail. But trust me you'll enjoy it. I resisted renting this film for a long time, but once I sat down to watch it, I found that I loved it. Great plot, great story and great acting. It also showed me a great view of Israel. There's also a lot of great humour in this. One thing I like about Van Damme (he partly wrote the script) is that he always makes sure his characters are more fleshed out less one dimensional.
    It really is too bad that Jean-Claude's career took such a turn for the worse. How someone like him is stuck doing video now. And other less talented "stars" are still on the big screen is beyond me. I guess some people have all the luck.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TamaDrummer on April 7, 2006
    Format: DVD
    Well, first of all the viewers of this movie should not take it seriously. It's not that type of movie. Its more of a campy/spunky type action film. Yeah, it is a lot like Indiana Jones, and isn't Van Dammes best, but still has many high points to it. If you want Van Dammes best acting DON'T start here; go watch In Hell, Wake of Death, Lionheart, or maybe Timecop for that. For his action/martial arts skills this isn't a bad place to go. It has quite a few good action scenes in it. Van Damme is always cool as hell and has some good lines. The ending is also pretty good as well. With the ending you get Van Dammes best kick(jumps and glides) out of all his movies he has ever done, even at his older age. The movie as a whole isn't nowhere near as bad as a lot of people think. It's just another action film that Van Damme fans and MAYBE action fans should love. But like I said its NOT TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By BD Ashley on April 29, 2003
    Format: DVD
    THE ORDER sees the reteaming of action star Jean-Claude Van Damme and director Sheldon Lettich (LIONHEART, DOUBLE IMPACT).
    Van Damme plays Rudy Calmeyer, the son of an archeologist who has in his possession a rare scroll that belongs to an obsessive religious sect (No, its not the SPCS) who have a creative name like The Children Of God or something along those lines. Naturally the "COG" want the scroll back so they kidnap Calmeyer's dad and take him to their compound in Israel. But of course they hadn't counted on messing with Jean-Claude, who sets off on a mission to rescue his father administering various butt-kickings along the way. Calmeyer is also fortunate enough to have the assistance of a sexy Israeli cop, Dalla (Sofia Milos). But as with all looney cults there are ulterior motives involved: like creating a devastating bomb.
    Thankfully I can't say the same about the movie, which features plenty of action, stunts and martial arts sequences which make THE ORDER easily the best Van Damme since MAXIMUM RISK. It's just sad that his movies get released direct to video now, as Jean Claude is in good form here and the story which he co-wrote is actually pretty good (esp.when compared to THE QUEST). Charlton Heston's role, in which he gets second billing is in actual fact really nothing more than an extended cameo. There's also some rather clumsy humor, a good example would be early in the movie where Van Damme steals a priceless egg from a museum but is caught by security guards. On hearing their warning shots the guy who is guiding him via radio asks "Was that a gunshot?" to which Van Damme replies "No, I farted". Somehow I don't think someone like say, Steven Seagal would be able to play scenes like this and get the intended laughs. Jean- Claude's back on top of his game with this one. Lets hope he can show action fans (and Hollywood) what he's really capable of.
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