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Hong (the main character's screen name) did a good job of trying to keep up with Van Damme's
on July 3, 2015
Well, I'm a huge JCVD fan. I have been since I was six, and I am thirty-one now. He is not the star of this movie. But the role he plays was necessary. Necessary for the movie, necessary for his career. I never quite thought of it myself, but it was indeed genius. Hong (the main character's screen name) did a good job of trying to keep up with Van Damme's, historically, unmatchable fighting presence and technique. Hong looked strong, but lethal all at the same time. His strict emotionless character was believable, and not over dramatized. The other actors, though not famous, played their roles well, and seemed comfortable portraying the characters that they were assigned to portray. The plot was sort of re-used, and the dialogue and script was mostly simple sentences, but again the main villain, Mr. V was a great fit for his part, right down to the sound of his voice, and delivered his lines well, not having much to work with. Everything was just right for an action flick. Not too complicated, great action scenes, and the picture was good too. A dirty, vintage look that helped make this B grade film fit into an A grade category.