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Dolph Lundgren is one of those actors that either makes a hit or miss
type of action film. Now I do like him, although growing up I didn't
seek out his movies, I was more interested in Chuck Norris, Jackie Chan
and Jean Claude Van Damme, but Dolph is one of those actors that have a likable quality at least I feel is appealing and charming, even if he's in films that are sometimes over the top.
This was the best film he made in awhile and surprisingly he directed it
himself. The film is your typical hit-man with a family, that gets caught up
in his dangerous life type. But Dolph made it fun and at least a little fresh.
The body count is satisfying as well as the action scenes, and decently paced.
The story is what you've seen before but I feel Dolph made it fun with some
OK twists here and there. There are one liners Dolph says but kept to a
minimum, because it's more of a serious movie than a tongue-in-cheek one.
I originally seen this back in 2013 and I loved it, I was like finally a good
Dolph Lundgren movie, because before I had only seen him in some crappy
films that were forgettable and they really sucked, you know, really disappointing.
Overall a good film from start to finish and very re-watchable as well.
I give it a 5/10. If your an action fan or a Dolph Lundgren fan, honestly
check it out. Highly recommended.
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