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Until Death (2007)

Jean-Claude Van Damme , Stephen Rea , Simon Fellows  |  R |  DVD
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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Stephen Rea, Selina Giles, Mark Dymond, William Ash
  • Directors: Simon Fellows
  • Writers: Dan Harris, James Portolese
  • Producers: Avi Lerner, Bernard Mazauric, Boaz Davidson, Christian Frohn, Danny Dimbort
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 24, 2007
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000N3T0E6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,291 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in this bone-chilling, action-packed thriller as Anthony Lowe, a down-and-out detective addicted to heroine whose days always seem to go from bad to worse. Lowe is coming off of a drug deal, in which two officers were killed, and the primary villain, the drugs, the money and the surveillance tapes are still at large. He is also dealing with his wife, who has just informed him that she is pregnant - but the child is not his. After a gunfight in which Lowe comes very close to death, he falls into a coma. While on the road to recovery, Lowe finds himself in a very personal battle to make amends with his kidnapped wife and to take revenge on his assailant once and for all!

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I am one of Van Damme's biggest fans and always have been. I am a martial artist and his films have always interested me, but I never pretended they were actually great movies from any other standpoint than they featured great fight scenes. I don't think I have rated any of his recent films above a 3 and frankly, with some, that has been generous. Until Death gets a 4 from me. It is a rather gritty movie, like many of his recent ones (i.e. Wake of Death), but has elements and scenes that raise it above subpar and any of the recent Seagal straight-to-dvd garbage.

Movie Description:

A Vic Mackey styled narcotics cop, Anthony Stowe (Van Damme), is basically a cop who doesn't care anymore as he has had his feel of seeing corruption around him and its influence on him (he is not necessarily a stereotypical good cop himself). Not only is he failing at his job, but also failing at his marriage (you will not like Van Damme for the first 30-45 min.). After a failed drug sting that was supposed to nab his former corrupt partner--Callahan--Stowe falls deeper into drugs and alcohol. Due to his drug abuse, he isn't on his toes and gets ambushed and put into a coma. After awaking from his coma, he is a changed man who realizes he has a lot of wrongs to right. He goes about doing this and in the midst gets dragged back into the conflict with his former partner in an ultimate showdown.

Plot - C

If you watch and think, "Been there, seen that," you are probably right. Pretty much any gritty cop movie or television show has had a plot similar to the plot in this movie. There is no originality and that isn't necessarily a bad thing. The movie sticks to the grittiness of a cop movie/television show and never lets up. There is a lot of graphic violence (i.e.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Action Flick! May 4, 2007
I gave this movie 5 stars because it is very watchable and will not disappoint Van Damme fans. There are several flaws to this movie though (Van Damme seems to be able to walk around and drive pretty well considering that he hasn't used his legs in 7 months), but overall there's great action scenes, good looking girls, a decent plotline, and some surprisingly good acting. It is not the greatest action movie of all time but it does the trick if you're in the mood for an action movie and it will definatly not dissapoint Van Damme fans.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The new Van Damme December 19, 2007
What makes this film comes down to one thing - Jean Claude Van Damme, both the actor, and the character he plays. Gone are the days of Van Damme old school kick butt action. The aging actor has substitued martial arts for improved acting. In Until Death, thats exactly what you get - very little action, limited to a couple of shootouts in exchange for a guy who can now finally act quite well and create a sturdy character.

Van Damme doesn't play your everyday good guy cop. He is messed up pretty much from the start. A drug heist goes bad in the beginning of the movie, and everyone wants to blame him for the mess. With consistent anger and depression, alcohol, drugs, and a wife pregnant by someone else, you have to wonder where this is all gonna turn around - if it even does. It finally does, on the deathbed. He gets a second chance, and begins to turn things back around. Though I will admit, I thought the first half of this movie was more interesting when his charcater was going downhill.

This is basically a thriller with some small character twists throughout the story, but nothing more. The bad guy in the film did not impress me at all, and as mentioned earlier, forget any hopes of fights - just guns in this film. Most of the characters can act well, but no one surprised me with more than required. Again, its all Van Damme who steals the show.

If you are a fan of the old school Van Damme, you may just hate this. If you want to see how much this guy has changed, this is worth checking out. Van Damme looks to be in a transitional period here, and if he continues to perform as well as he has here, he may still have plenty of years ahead of him in the industry.

Acting - 4
Action - 2
Characters - 3.5
Story - 4
Overall - 4
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A pretty Van Damme good movie August 8, 2007
I haven't seen all that many Van Damme movies, but the ones I have seen have all been pretty good (I'm one of the few people that actually liked Second in Command). I had my doubts early on this time around, though, as Van Damme looked like death warmed over, and his character was pretty hard to sympathize with, even for an anti-hero. But you know what? Van Damme himself may be showing some age now, but he is far from washed up. I see Until Death as a transition film of sorts for him; he shows that he can still be a tough guy without relying on elaborate martial arts displays and, more importantly, that he has developed into a decent actor. Anthony Stowe isn't your stereotypical, one-dimensional cop; there's a lot going on with this guy, and Van Damme does a really nice job of revealing both the bad and the good in the character.

Stowe is a NARC on the New Orleans police force, and he's carrying two huge monkeys on his back: a seemingly personal mission to bring down the city's most notorious gangster and a secret addiction to heroin. Obviously, he does not fit the description of a good cop. Watching fellow cops die as a result of his continually futile efforts to catch Callahan (Stephen Rea) doesn't do much for his already abrasive attitude, he has no qualms about roughing up potential criminals, innocents, or fellow cops, he doesn't work well (if at all) with a partner, and the heroin isn't helping his job performance. His personal life is in even more of a shambles, as he has just learned that the wife he has been neglecting is pregnant - with someone else's child. Yep, you'd think life couldn't get much worse than it already is for old Anthony - until the guy he's hunting finds him and leaves him lying in an alley with a bullet in his skull.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Plenty of Action here-Jean Claude Van Damme what you expect.
Published 2 months ago by penam
3.0 out of 5 stars Not one of his best movies.
I'm a huge Van Dammne fan, and I pride myself on having a large collection of his movies, but this was not one of his best flicks. Slightly disappointed.
Published 10 months ago by L. Gibson
3.0 out of 5 stars Good action movie
If you like Vandamme you'll like this movie. Good action and entertaining. Vandamme is older but still puts alot of action in his movies.
Published 22 months ago by Victor Nelson
4.0 out of 5 stars Shotgun blasts do not adequately replace spin-kicks
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1. Who is he? Anthony Stowe, New Orleans police officer with heroin issues
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Published on November 21, 2010 by Jason
3.0 out of 5 stars 3 1/2 stars for this above average Van Damme Flick!
Until Death(released Jan/07) takes JCVD back to the Crescent City as a backdrop;his other being Hard Target in /93. Read more
Published on June 22, 2010 by Robert Badgley
5.0 out of 5 stars Until Death
Anthony Stowe is a down-and-out detective addicted to heroine whose days always seem to go from bad to worse. Read more
Published on March 22, 2010 by TREND700
5.0 out of 5 stars Van Damme at His Best
Jean-Claude Van Damme stars in this bone-chilling, action picked thriller as Anthony Lowe, a down-and-out detective addicted to heroin whose days always seem to go from bad to... Read more
Published on November 18, 2009 by Jusuf Hariman
3.0 out of 5 stars a ragged and weary Van Damme . . .
Until Death (2007) is a gritty crime drama set in New Orleans, featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme as Anthony Stowe, a burnt out, drug abusing cop, trying to track down his ex-partner... Read more
Published on September 12, 2009 by trebe
1.0 out of 5 stars i bought this movie cuz of the reviews it got
ok let me first say im probably the biggest van damn fan ever and i was so excited when he started doing movies again but his last few have really sucked i bought this movie cuz... Read more
Published on November 18, 2008 by Brian M. Sparacino
Though an action icon for twenty-odd years now, it may be that the best is yet to come for Van Damme, whose acting skills have markedly improved in recent years even if the quality... Read more
Published on July 21, 2008 by K. Jump
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