\" How can one be so different from a brother on the opposite side of the law ? \"
It was once said, every single person has a twin living on the planet
at the same time. In this movie our hero, Jean-Claude Van Damme plays
Alain Moreau a police officer who learns he bears a striking
resemblance to a gangster who has just been killed. A french officer
called Sebastien, (Jean-Hugues Anglade) informs him of the dead man,
whom Alain discovers is Mikhail, his actual brother. Deciding he want
to learn more, he pretends to take his place. What he doesn't know is
that his brother was a notorious, hunted gangster, with a girlfriend
and is being chased by the Russian mafia, rouge F.B.I. agents and a
whole slue of vicious men who want him dead. One of the worse is a man
called 'Red Face' (Stefanos Miltsakakis) who has been contracted to
kill him and will not stop until he does. The movie is jam-pack with
dramatic, exciting physical action, car chases and harrowing bullet
ripping confrontations. This film is perhaps the best of the Jean
Claude series and will stand on its own against others in the genre.
Easilly recommended. ****.
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One of his best movies
Admittedly, I'm a Van Damme fan (say that ten times fast) but I really liked
this movie. It had awesome action. Not awesome over the top (like The Quest)
but awesome in it's 'realism' No one was superhumanly tough. Van Damme did
not take a thousand hits to prove how tough he was. He got hit in the head
in the beginning of the movie, and had a bruise and bandage on it for the
rest of the movie. The main bad buy (who was AWESOME) was at one point taken
out by two swift kicks (which for most of us, is one more than we would
take). The plot was refreshingly original. Sure, it had a lot of required
elements, but the way it went about them was original (in my opinion at
least). The odyssey of discovering his brothers identity was very
compelling. Natasha Henstridge, briefly topless (also a good reason to watch
this movie) was very good and I continue to enjoy her roles. Probably the
worst thing about this movie was Van Damme's acting ability, which seems to
have gone down since his best acted flicks, 'Lionheart' and 'Double Impact'
but from what I have heard, he was a major cokehead while making this. Not
really an excuse, but what can you do..