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They really are not good and add very little to the movie.
I actually feel that he is much better of an actor than half of the A list Hollywood stars who play in boring movies and over-act their roles, yet, they win awards.
OK not much martial arts in this but a good movie for all action fans whteher they are Van damme fans or not.
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 11 months ago by L. Gibson
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 23 months ago by Victor Nelson
The Jean Claude Van Damme Review Matrix (JCVD-RM)
1. Who is he? Anthony Stowe, New Orleans police officer with heroin issues
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Until Death(released Jan/07) takes JCVD back to the Crescent City as a backdrop;his other being Hard Target in /93. Read morePublished on June 22, 2010 by Robert Badgley
Anthony Stowe is a down-and-out detective addicted to heroine whose days always seem to go from bad to worse. Read morePublished on March 22, 2010 by TREND700
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 morePublished on November 18, 2009 by Jusuf Hariman
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 morePublished on September 12, 2009 by trebe
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 morePublished on November 18, 2008 by Brian M. Sparacino